Native Americans call being tricked into learning our lessons, learning the way of the coyote or fox.
Through the current crises, we are being tricked by life into learning to come home to ourselves and finding value in the little things. The complexity of society is imploding — a natural result when complexity reaches a critical mass.
A few days ago, I dreamed of 5 foxes with their body’s fur shaved off, wearing sunglasses. Two of them bit my right index finger. Not hard enough to really hurt, but enough to hope I didn’t catch rabies or something.
Five programs (matrices) that have appeared to be glamorous and desirable, are being stripped off the hype; they are being revealed for what they really are. (We are being tricked into seeing their lack of luster.)
But, at this time, two of these programs in particular, are getting everybody’s attention and concern (concern about whether their bite can be threatening to survival).
For instance, the financial system has the strong potential of crashing. This would trick us into learning that abundance isn’t just about money.