We may understand how to reach that nearby mountain lake: we drive our car to where the trail begins, we make our hike up through the forest, and, eventually, we arrive at the shore. Yet, how can we apply this simple process to our deeper pursuits, where the destination is less clear, more unknown, and where there may be no map to help us plot our way?
We may find that such forays into the unknown arise more and more often, and the pathways that we seek, and the places we hope to arrive, require us also to be open to what is onsetting.
This concept can lead us down many pathways. Follow along with Jeff Vander Clute and Aviv Shahar as they navigate these shifting territories in this fourth installment of a multipart series.
Essentially, what we are seeking, when we are talking about these realms, is to come as close as we can to that threshold, to that very thin veil, and peek on the other side, and come back to this side, and peek again on the other side. Recognizing that a part of us actually lives on the other side of that veil, which is why we can actually receive information and we are dealing with a porous, kind of non-barrier barrier.