Social Distancing and Self-Discovery

Social Distancing and Self-Discovery

Part 3: Using Chaos for Change

Do you know how a catalytic converter works?  It basically takes a substance, connects it with another substance and, in a dramatic chemical reaction, creates a third more useful (or at least tolerable) substance. It basically takes something bad and converts it into something good or at least neutral. So for those who are struggling with the myriad of chaotic and maybe even harmful changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, I say try thinking of this chaos as a spiritual catalytic converter.

Think of it this way, the spiritual and soul climate of the world has not been in very good shape for quite a while. It was rapidly declining and polluting the collective consciousness. I think we can all agree on that, can’t we?  Now think of all those light workers out there who have been working and battling for raising the collective vibration. Seems like they were fighting a losing battle sometimes, doesn’t it, especially with the onset of the pandemic?  But what if, and hear me out, what if the pandemic was like a catalytic converter?  What if it’s taking harmful collective negativity, processing it via dramatic change brought on by a pandemic, effectively changing a negative into a positive?

What if the chaos of the pandemic and social unrest/awareness issues is an opportunity for massive positive change? Well, it’s not really a question of what if, it’s a question of…Do you see it yet? And more importantly, are you going to continue to focus on the general spiritual malaise of the collective consciousness or raise your vibration to be part of the catalytic change?

We stand at a spiritual crossroads right now. In the words of Morgan Freeman’s character Red Redding in Shawshank Redemption, “You either get busy living or get busy dying.”  We have a choice, get busy making positive change within ourselves, or we get busy letting the negativity consume us until all of humanity is gone.

Sounds like a big job, doesn’t it? But here’s the truth. You aren’t supposed to change the world. You are supposed to change YOU. And while that’s not always an easy task, changing our own personal energy is much easier than changing the entire world. And I’ll give you a little spoiler alert right here:  If you change YOU –  your energy – you will have already changed the world.

Author: Samantha Hall

October 28, 2020No comments, , , , , , , , , , , , , BAP | self discovery

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