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When finding ourselves at a critical juncture, we may offer ourselves a little advice: just breathe. In this there is the sense that we need to be fully present in ourselves, and to take a moment to assess the situation, to find the best way to proceed.
How does this work for a planet full of people who may find themselves, as a species, at a turning point in time? In this segment, Ari Levari offers us a means of settlement through learning to resist the urge to leap to instant solutions, but rather to allow ourselves to live with the great paradoxes as a way to let a greater intelligence come to us.
Then, Fionn Wright brings us back into cohesion by taking us through the micro and the macro, through the diversity of our individuality and into the unity of our deepest connections, and sets us on a journey of discovery into the years ahead.
What is the paradox mindset? Well, I'd say it begins with noticing this discomfort and desire for certainty - but then not letting your mind jump to an immediate solution. Instead, finding a sense of curiosity, and openness, within that uncertainty.