Embracing patterns of daily life, rather than deciding to ignore particular messages, is a way we could tap into a source of learning available to us.
Recently a client referred to déjà vu, noticing how certain themes seemed to be showing up in various formats. Perhaps life was attempting to make contact.
The American-born Buddhist nun Pema Chödrön stated in her book When things fall apart: heart advice for difficult times: “nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know.” This is especially apt for any reflection on the topic of embracing patterns of daily life.
Being open to receiving learning from a variety of sources, also by embracing patterns of daily life, we are in a strong position to explore the full range of emotions and experiences making up life.
Noticing, or better embracing, patterns of daily life such as recurring themes might be more beneficial than walking through life only partially aware of what is going on around us. Life becomes a fountain of inspiration when we ‘wake up’ to it.
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