It’s not what you understand, it’s how you understand it.
You might not actually “know” it, even if you think you know it.
It may need to come in and land from a totally different angle.
The more unexpected and surprising that angle, the more it impacts you, the more you are truly learning it.
It’s got to be experienced personally, not conceptually. It has to be allowed to move you, humble you, bewilder you, touch you.
Information is useless until it informs and refines how you hold yourself.
How you hold yourself dictates the shape of your energy body. The shape of your energy body dictates how you feel.
So when we don’t like how we feel, simply looking upstream provides the opportunity for an answer. It’s the willingness to be surprised by the answer which invites it into our being.
If we think we know everything, this arrogance is the exact opposite of the necessary invitation.
This is why humility is so important. Certainly not for appeasing a moralistic principle of “being humble”, but rather for the sake of being open to the next divine intent which is destined to move us.
Ironically, being open to surprise also makes it not so startling, because we expect it.
The normalization of instantaneous fundamental shifts in our perception is what makes us available to power.
If even the biggest surprise is not a surprise, nothing can knock you off your center.
❤ Joshua
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Joshua Edjida
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Joshua Edjida is a multidimensional artist, experience designer, author, public speaker/comedian, and transformational leadership facilitator. Originally from California, he currently lives in Colorado, and also enjoys traveling in Thailand, Bali, or in Europe.

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