Insights From the Pathwork® Guide on How to Wake Up
Over the last half-century, many people around the world have been sweeping themselves clean, doing the work of personal healing following any number of different spiritual paths. Now that phase is ending and a new era is beginning as the entire planet evolves to the next level, transitioning from adolescence to adulthood. It is time for the whole world to grow up—to wake up.
Whether or not we lead meaningful and fulfilling lives depends entirely on the relationship between our ego and our Real Self. All these teachings from the Pathwork Guide are pointing to this, prying at it from a multitude of directions to help us open to this truth as our personal experience. For if this relationship is in balance, everything falls nicely into place.
But now, as a new world unfolds from the new energy and consciousness sweeping Earth, many are struggling to find their footing. What every soul on Earth is actually noticing is where they currently stand on their personal journey to find their Real Self and live from this truthful inner space.
After the Ego reveals key facets of the complex and fascinating phenomenon behind the inner “earthquakes” now shaking so many people, and walks us through the vital process of awakening from duality.
Now is the moment for all of us to pay attention—not just to the unprecedented outer events in our world, but to what is happening within.
Now is the time to wake up.
by Khalil Gibran
It is said that before entering the sea, a river trembles with fear.
She looks back at the path she has travelled, from the peaks of the mountains, the long winding road crossing forests and villages.
And in front of her, she sees an ocean so vast, that to enter there seems nothing more than to disappear forever. But there is no other way.
The river cannot go back.
Nobody can go back.
To go back is impossible in existence.
The river needs to take the risk of entering the ocean, because only then will fear disappear, because that’s where the river will know it’s not about disappearing into the ocean, but of becoming the ocean.