Coronavirus Gift: Time to Wake Up

Throughout history, we have spent most of our lives asleep. Until we wake up to our heart being in charge, we are just reacting to people or events that appear external to ourselves. Our mind spins out a constant monologue about all the things we don’t like, problems with work, politics or the people around us. The constant mental chatter gives our brain a sense of purpose—and control! The average person’s brain generates 70,000 thought forms every day, mostly protesting what is.

We find ourselves still arguing with someone who is long gone from our presence. We get caught in playback loops about scenes that we wished had gone differently. We face the same lessons over and over again, sometimes for years before we say yes and accept what is.

The problem is: The brain tends to interpret our lessons as limitations it should not have to endure. It makes up endless stories about our lessons, like “I shouldn’t have to deal with this,” or “I can’t do what I want.”

Our own spirit and soul bring us our lessons. Each lesson’s purpose is to bring us happiness and help us transcend to our next level of awareness. As we wake up to our heart being in charge, our attention will go inward toward creating our heart’s desires.

Imagine that Covid-19 is a heaven-sent pattern interrupter whose purpose is to give us a time out so we can find our inner purpose. And so many people have done just that. Most shamans believe that the world external to ourselves is the world of illusion, that our inner world is the real world. I also believe that.