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There are many ways to look at the pandemic and its repercussions in the world. One of the profound shifts is the realization that people can be effective and productive workers without being in the office every day - in some ways perhaps even more efficient.
In this conversation with Jeff Vander Clute, Aviv Shahar shares some recent real world experiences working online with groups. But what is also arising in the broader implications of these current shifts is the efficacy of using spiritual paradigms as the foundations of the process.
Ultimately, isn't that the goal, to bring the spiritual into everything we do? Whether it is corporate work, home life, or personal
processes, the fundamentals apply throughout. And, more importantly, we discover that when we apply universal processes to our daily expression, we are able to accomplish so much more.
So when we can trust we are brilliant, we’re who we need to be, we’re in the exact right place. And we can also trust life to guide us and support us, yes, then we can rise to a whole new level of collective genius. And there's a lot still to be learned there. But the higher levels of collective consciousness are definitely revealing themselves now. I feel like that's the big opportunity, perhaps, of the pandemic, to be so disruptive that we have to explore solving problems from a new level of ability.