The more you try to make it fit, the more chaos you create.– Adyashanti, in Ale’s dream
Adya is, as usual, clear and spot-on, even when he appears in Ale’s dreams.
The more we try to fit life into our ideas about how things should be, and the more we push and pull and struggle, the more chaos we create.
When this happens, it’s a sign that we are perceiving and acting from unclear parts in us. From parts that are wounded, caught up in beliefs, unloved, and so on.
And this gives us an opportunity to explore what’s going on.
What are the unexamined beliefs this part of me is operating on? What do I find when I examine the belief or beliefs?
How does this part of me perceive the world?
What does it need? (Safety, love, support, feeling seen?)
What happens if I give this part of me what it deepest down wants and needs?
What’s the nature of this part of me and these painful dynamics? Is it different from my own nature?
And so on.