Picking Up The Pieces
Ants do not scatter without reassembling. Today, you feel scattered, like you're all over the place. But tomorrow you'll be more together. The dust will settle. Bit by bit, your life will start to make sense to you again. It's a learning process in the sense that you're discovering what you're made of, how things go together, what works for your environment and that sort of thing. Like any learning process, you have to be patient with yourself. You'll be aware of some of the lessons and it will be obvious that you've learned something concrete. But most of what you're learning is subtle. For example, learning to get your confidence back is a gradual experience. Similarly, learning to love again is also gradual. The wisest thing to do in this regard is to err on the side of safety when it comes to your lifestyle. Resist the urge to make significant changes in your world. Don't change your job or where you live. Don't start a romantic relationship or get initiated. Remember what the elders say, "In a muddy place you cannot run. " Live the medicine.
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Live the Medicine
Obafemi Origunwa, MA
Thought leader, Ifa priest and author of four definitive books, Obafemi Origunwa inspires metamorphosis through living the medicine that will heal your life and heal the lives of the people you're destined to serve.