The vision of group wisdom

Healing yourself, loving the world

You have been on a path of individual healing that has revealed and nourished the wounded and shadow parts of yourself, gently loving, seeing, and transforming the pain and restriction into compassion and wisdom. You have a better understanding and acceptance of yourself and the unique energy you give to the world. Along this path of healing work, you traveled from feeling dependent on your life circumstances to a sense of independence and reclaiming your inner authority.

In the midst of this personal healing, there’s something far greater unfolding.  You know it in your cells, you hold it as a vision, and yet, at times, you might doubt its unfolding.

You feel in your heart of hearts that we can be so much more together. Your pain at whaIndividual healing and the path to group wisdomt’s happening in the world directly reflects the possibilities that await us all.  We are moving towards a greater collective intelligence and harmony. A society where people feel balanced, hopeful and safe. Where security and survival no longer run the game. Where we have moved from a genetic makeup of survival to love.

We make decisions for the good of the whole, discerning the intelligence and what’s needed. We discern who has skill and talent and turn to the one best equipped to lead at the moment. We have trust and faith in each other, because we know we are all connected.  To hurt one is to hurt us all.

The discord you are seeing in your countries comes from fear, from individuals feeling powerless, unseen, concerned about their future, their health, their jobs, and their families. We cannot move to a more expansive group consciousness until each person is included, feeling trusted, valued, and safe.

It’s a broad vision to hold. When you start to feel a bit beaten down by the news, events and discord, I invite you back to this vision that your cells know is possible. Nurture it, imagine it, nourish it.  Let it feed your heart and be inspired by your soul.  And know there are people all over the world nourishing the same vision.

Photo by Johannes Plenio

P.S. If you have Richard Rudd’s book, take a look at the 50th Gene Key.

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Deborah Donndelinger

Deborah Donndelinger

I'm writing from Maryland, but my heart goes out all over the world. I'm cheering you on as you tackle the hard stuff, embrace the easy, and show up to help others.