Tuesday, July 9, 2013
The Quantum Applecart
A number of years ago, upon awakening into the quantum world, I began making life decisions, many of which were not the most popular decisions on the block. As I made decisions that undid my falsely constructed world of self, more and more I fell out of popularity with the upwardly mobile, normal crowd.
I remember having a Tarot reading at that time. I selected a card with a picture of people inside a church window looking out on the street at the poor beggars who were out in the cold. The tarot reader told me this is the way people viewed me, as being out in the cold. I felt a combination of anger and not giving a crap all at the same time. The conformist," fit-in-girl" within didn't like being out in the cold, but the rebel within me was complimented by being an outcast.
Twenty plus years have passed and the memory of upsetting the apple cart still is with me. However, I have had 20 years to watch how the decision to answer the quantum call has unfolded into an awakened life of grace. Not always ease, but grace indeed. I wouldn't change my decision to jump into the quantum soup. Now I would guess the people around me who were affected by my decisions along the way recognize how I and they have benefited. Some probably still view me as being out in the cold. I pray for them.
It takes guts to answer the call and upset the apple cart. But when the quantum gets our attention and takes hold, life will change. Why? Because you will change. How? You will become less and less who you think you are and more and more you will become who you really are. That's the Truth.
But here's the catch. The truer you become to yourself, other's around you will be forced to look at who they are. Or not. In any event, you will upset the proverbial apple cart of complacent everyday life. It isn't the most popular consensus reality choice to make. But then the quantum world doesn't jive with consensus reality.
Fortunately there are brave souls out there who mean to change that. Will you be one of them? To me there is only one choice to make and that is the choice to be uniquely who you are. It is an incredible, beautiful thing when someone is willing to be exactly who they are. I'd love to throw a party to celebrate that!
Cynthia Torp, Director of The One World Puja Network said it well. "...to all of you who are not trying to be like everyone else, who know what it means to conform - and aren't interested, who follow your own unique spirit or calling, who are willing to be uniquely different on this planet - I celebrate you. I thank you sincerely for daring to be different! Thank you for knowing that you can only make a difference by being uniquely who you are. Thank you for showing the world that so much more is possible than most imagine."
Now that is quantum! Cheers!
Ask yourself the question, "am I a quantum apple cart up setter?" Then take out your Playbook and see which matrices show up to answer your question.