On Seeing and Unseeing
There is a well known adage that once you have seen something, you can’t “unsee” it. When this happens, you know it is true, even if there is a pull to avert your eyes or a wish to go back to a time when you didn’t have this knowledge.
Whether it is acknowledging social injustices, realizing a relationship no longer serves, or recognizing something in you that has to change, it can be hard to keep a steady gaze on difficult sights.
But what if you had everything you needed to be able to see uncomfortable truths with a clear-eyed view, without looking away?
I believe that each new thing we “see” is an opportunity for growth. Even uncomfortable circumstances can be welcomed with curiosity and an open mind.
It does us no favor to remain stagnant in thought or behavior, no matter how comforting it may be to hold on to the status quo. When we stretch to include new information and ways of being we are fulfilling our purpose and potential.
This “stretching” can be reflected in small shifts or large changes. It can be embodied in learning or action or both. It can mean putting yourself in another’s shoes in a way you haven’t before.
The Sattva Wisdom Center’s goal is to provide a wide array of tools that can be used right now to make you feel more empowered, grounded and inspired and better equipped to see the truths that are revealed in your life.
We can’t wait to welcome you!
With love and light,