Practice Guide

III. Collective Alchemy Practice Guide

Collective Alchemy sprang from a collective inquiry using what we intuited were collective alchemical practices — a journey lasting for 21 months.37August 2017 - May 2019. It involved the participants in ongoing personal inquiry, interspersed with regular sessions of collective inquiry supported by a core team. This section describes and explains the journey, with an invitation to others to engage in this practice. We start with definition, purpose and core assumptions, before explaining the mechanics of the alchemical process, the necessary ingredients and the importance of practice as a life path in general.

Definition of Collective Alchemy

Collective Alchemy can be defined as a complex set of practices that, when mastered, create the conditions for right relationship and rich interaction between humans and Cosmos, in service of the evolution of Gaia. Its focus is more on humans-in-relation-to-Cosmos than on humans-in-relation- to-each-other. In essence, the form that holds the mandalic and kaleidoscopic collective consciousness revealed by Collective Alchemical practice is the circle. Accordingly, the core process used is Circle Practice,38TheCircleWay: Link working with guiding questions, sensing and conversation.

Purpose of Collective Alchemy

Collective Alchemy is one approach to amplify the consciousness of awakening individuals in service to the era shift and the evolution of Gaia. Collective Alchemy serves the specific purpose of burning away the ‘dross’ that clouds the capacity for clear transpersonal consciousness. The dross that we bring in to work with is whatever shows up as disturbance in our daily lives. Such disturbances can take many forms: emotional triggering in relationships with others, cognitive dissonance in our work and life choices, grief and despair about loss of beauty and meaning, panic and fear at the prospect of societal collapse and chaos, nameless and formless feelings of uneasiness and foreboding, etc.

Core Assumptions of Collective Alchemy

Holding the following assumptions about reality is what makes the practice of Collective Alchemy possible:

Every aspect of Cosmos is alive and ensouled — the corollary of this is that we can connect and communicate with it all.39Rasha (2003). Oneness; Mathews, F. (2003). For Love of Matter, a contemporary panpsychism.

Humanity is called to engage co-creatively with the Cosmos using all our ways of knowing.40These include those ways of knowing which are traditionally relegated to the ‘feminine’ domain and subsequently neglected as not relevant to modernity: intuition, embodied sensing, emotion. We can also refer, here, to Integral consciousness, as described by Jean Gebser, which engages (as required) the archaic, magic and mythic ways of knowing - modalities that are quite inaccessible to the prevailing mental/rational consciousness structure.

Mechanics of Collective Alchemy

The phases of the alchemical process are framed in the Matrix of Alchemical Procedures41We developed this matrix based on the book by Catherine MacCoun (2008) ‘On Becoming an Alchemist: A Guide for the Modern Magician’. We recommend using the matrix in combination with the book itself. This matrix is not for distribution in isolation from this practice guide. given on the following pages, which helps us navigate phenomenological reality by identifying which alchemical phase we are in, and offering guidance as to useful action/non-action in the different phases. Below, we explain the terms in the left-hand column of the matrix.42All these terms are explained in more depth in Chapter 6 of MacCoun’s On Becoming and Alchemist. The quotes in this section all come from that chapter.

Alchemical phases — each of the 7 steps in the transmutation process corresponds to a “challenge that seems to recur in the inner lives of most alchemists.”

Base matter (also called prima materia) — each of the challenges relates to an area of shadow (a survival instinct) in the psyche that needs to be illuminated and integrated.

Symptom — “you diagnose the stage that is already in progress when you notice its tell-tale symptom.”

Abet — “the strategy is to abet rather than to abate. You push any process further in the direction it’s already trying to go” […] “Symptoms often intensify when an illness is on its way out.” […] “Alchemists abet because it’s efficient and thorough.”

Transmutation – “The survival instincts of the unconscious will have been transmuted into qualities.”

Collective Alchemy, then, involves collectively tracking our symptoms: i.e. the more manifest or gross aspects of whatever prima materia is at play in the moment. Once we have identified these, we can explore them more deeply, working with more subtle, unmanifest potentials.

The symptoms also turn our attention and intention toward making explicit the underlying, hidden, unconscious and implicit processes and prima materia at play. They invite us to tune in and explore the hidden dynamics. Most helpfully, once the symptom is identified, we can use the matrix to pinpoint the nature of the ‘abetting’ response: how to lean into the symptom in a way that amplifies the process and allows it to fulfill its purpose effectively Here we see the acceleration effect of Collective Alchemy in action: working with consciousness, thought-forms and mental energy moves and transforms much more quickly than physical energy: “Processing like this can circumvent having to live out situations in the physical plane over a period of months or years.”43
Temple-Thurston, L. (2000). The Marriage of Spirit, Enlightened Living in Today’s World, p 210.

We developed this matrix based on the book by Catherine MacCoun (2008) ‘On Becoming an Alchemist: A Guide for the Modern Magician’. We recommend using the matrix in combination with the book itself. This matrix is not for distribution in isolation from this practice guide.

Ingredients of Collective Alchemy

Where the ancient alchemists used physical laboratory equipment and raw materials, Collective Alchemy works with the following ingredients as metaphor: the base matter (prima materia), the crucible, and heat. The core team is also a vital ingredient.

Base matter

To engage with the Great Work is to seek out the prima materia: “the raw material out of which the (philosopher’s) stone or the gold or the divine elixir is produced. […] In the prima materia are all the elements that have been split off from, despised and rejected and shut out of our conscious mind. Here are the deepest instincts, the deepest feelings, the deepest capacity for relationship with life — above all, the elements that were associated with the despised or neglected Feminine: nature, matter, soul and body, that were excluded from spirit.”44Baring, A. (2013). The Dream of the Cosmos: A Quest for the Soul, p.473. The most eloquent and powerful image of the prima materia is the dragon: “an image of the immense and unrecognisable power of life itself.”

“Paradoxically, the dragon is both the greatest danger to us and our greatest treasure, the gold that is the outcome of the alchemical Great Work.”45 Baring, A. (2013). The Dream of the Cosmos: A Quest for the Soul, p.473.– Anne Baring –

The most valuable prima materia for our alchemical work is our everyday lived reality. At a symptom level, this is whatever looms larger to call our attention, causing emotional triggering and creating fear and stress rather than love and flow.

The crucible

The crucible is the receptacle in which the base matter is transformed. It is the crucible that is heated, that transmits the heat to the base matter. The crucible is a metaphor for:

• the open heart;

consciousness, in which all phenomena arise, in this case shaped by intentional listening and witnessing;

• the field;46The field phenomenon is fractal - self-similar at different levels of scale: the field of Collective Alchemy itself, the field of relationships in the practicing group, the field of inquiry, etc

• the circle formed by the souls leaning into the shared inquiry and practice;

• the guiding question at the core of inquiry in each step of the journey, setting boundaries of relevance;


•particular qualities of time: “Kairos rules qualitative, heterogeneous and seasonal time. It is full of potential, beckoning us to partake in special moments of archetypal pregnancy.”47 Segall (2012). Minding Time in an Archetypal Cosmos - Archai Journal (the journal of archetypal cosmology) Issue 5, Saturn and the Theoretical Foundations of an Emerging Discipline, p. 57.Aion rules unbounded, sacred or eternal time. It is an infinite sphere whose centre is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere.”48 Segall (2012). Minding Time in an Archetypal Cosmos - Archai Journal (the journal of archetypal cosmology) Issue 5, Saturn and the Theoretical Foundations of an Emerging Discipline, p. 57.,49Our experience of different time qualities offers insight into the ‘time freedom’ characteristic of Integral consciousness.

Heat

There is no alchemical transformation without heat. Basically, heat is a metaphor for intensity in all the many forms that can take. It can be intensity of meaning as the stakes are raised (“we are doing this for the sake of Gaia and in the face of potential extinction” will call forth a more intense response than “we are doing this to have a meaningful evening together”). It can also be the intensity of emotion that is triggered when a sore spot is touched, or the intensity of physical sensation as a powerful transformative energy sweeps through us. Whatever the case, if the intensity is not felt and held in the circle, the prima materia will remain untransformed. “There is no such thing as lukewarm alchemy.”

Core team

The core team is a subgroup of the full circle that meets more regularly to track the process and design, host50‘Hosting’ is a whole practice field in itself: the Art of Hosting Conversations that Matter, Link/ and hold each encounter. More specifically, the core team:

holds the process at all levels of scale (including process design and hosting),

holds the container,

senses into the field of inquiry (scouting function to craft the questions for each encounter),

witnesses the gifts of all in the circle (illuminating and maximising diversity, helping members discern what is theirs to do and offer).

The core team also functions as the ‘microcosm of the macrocosm’. A lot of the alchemical work actually gets done here. This means that the core team must have the capacity to go to the necessary depth and hold the requisite intensity. Whatever is called into the crucible of the whole group is likely to have been ‘marinated’ in the core team beforehand.51This is in no way a manipulative or directive process. It just happens like that! This also requires that, for the duration of a cycle of inquiry, the members of the core team stay connected, explicitly tracking and sharing what is going on in their respective lives.52In practice, this manifests as a parallel process within the core team, in the form of multiple encounters before and after the plenary encounters throughout a Collective Alchemy journey. Another way of saying this is: “It takes a field to host a field” or even: “a circle of coherence is needed to hold a wider circle of coherence”.

Why Collective Alchemy Is a Practice

Before unpacking the components of Collective Alchemy practice, we address the importance of practice in general, and consider the stance of the alchemist, in itself a foundational practice.

The importance of practice

“The Oxford English dictionary offers three definitions of the term ‘practice’:

(1) the actual application or use of an idea, belief, or method, as opposed to theories relating to it (synonyms: application, use);

(2) the customary, habitual, or expected procedure or way of doing of something (synonym: custom);

(3) repeated exercise in or performance of an activity or skill so as to acquire or maintain proficiency in it (synonym: training).

“The root of much of the peril embroiling the Earth at this time lies hidden in definition (2): an unconscious trance state maintained through the cultural, social, and economic customs of Western civilisation as they spread across the globe.

“The bridge to manifesting the full evolutionary potential of humanity as an integral part of Gaia lies in actually applying the best of human knowledge – all that we know to be true about depth psychology, healthy living, wise governance, nurturing and empowering education, regenerative farming, and so on (definition 1), through persistent, repeated, intentional individual and collective exercise in the requisite methods until we acquire proficiency in them (definition 3). This is how old habits (definition 2) are broken and new ones instilled. This is how we move from our current preconscious state toward becoming a species composed of awake, aware, responsive and responsible, self-actualised, and unique individuals who also have developed a capacity to participate in the collective consciousness (beyond the merely human) that, too, is part of our potential as humans.”53Titchen Beeth, H. (2018). Presence at the Edge of our Practice: Humanity Waking Up: Link

When we use the word ‘practice’ in the context of Collective Alchemy, we are referring to an intentional way of living, dedicated to the purposes served by our practices, whatever they may be. Practices typically live in nested ecosystems at different scales of behaviour from micro to macro. The range of forms that practice can take is virtually limitless: what matters is that it is approached intentionally as practice, and that it is effective in serving its purpose. At its highest level, Collective Alchemy is in service of the era shift and the evolution of Gaia, and more specifically the burning away of the ‘dross’ that clouds the capacity for clear transpersonal consciousness. Accordingly, that is what its associated practices serve.

Collective Alchemy includes both individual and collective practices, which are:

fractal: i.e. self-similar at every scale;

hyper-complex and multi-dimensional: i.e. multiple processes may be moving simultaneously within individual and collective practice;

non-linear: i.e. multiple processes may be back-looping or fast-forwarding, as the alchemical phases do not necessarily occur in a given order, duration or intensity.

The alchemist’s stance and foundational practice

“Stepping from the autopilot of everyday consciousness into practice is like stepping into the dojo of the martial arts. […] This is Sacred Space and we are in Sacred Work together.” 54 Titchen Beeth, H. (2018). Presence at the Edge of our Practice: Humanity Waking Up: Link Helen Titchen Beeth –

At the core of the alchemist’s stance is the ethos of staying available and usable in service of Cosmos. The most immediate support to interfacing with the ensouled universe is spending as much time as possible encountering55“To encounter others involves recognition of and contact with their independent subjectivity.” Mathews, F. (2003). For Love of Matter, a contemporary panpsychism, p. 10. nature as nature. Achieving and maintaining the alchemist’s stance requires practices for:

developing presence — this requires both releasing trauma and emotional processing,56See Appendix I. in order to abide in a mentally clear and emotionally stable state. It includes being with and

• holding intensity without acting out and holding focused, empty awareness as the neutral observer or witness;57“Neutral observer, neutral witness - that part of us which is able to perceive without judgment the conditioned personality being acted out”, Temple Thurston, L. (2000). The Marriage of Spirit, Enlightened Living in Today’s World, p.272.

beginner’s mind — the ability to stay in the suspense of not- knowing, and to let go of preconceptions;

sensing and articulating subtle energies — this requires a clear, healthy body, mind and spirit, so self-care (good nutrition, adequate sleep and exercise), healthy environment and filtering of input (e.g. rationing screen time) is crucial;

maintaining an open heart — the alchemical crucible is the open heart: the process shuts down when the heart shuts down;

wellness — staying in an energy of gratitude, joy and receptiveness to beauty.

Components of Collective Alchemy Practice

Here we introduce Collective Presencing, consciousness practices, the question as portal and sourcing as the core components of Collective Alchemy practice.

The practice of Collective Alchemy builds on Collective Presencing. The main distinguishing feature is the filter through which the practices are described and developed: for Collective Presencing that filter is human psychology, for Collective Alchemy, it is the art, science and metaphor of alchemy. We offer a brief overview of Collective Presencing here before turning to the specifics of Collective Alchemy.

Collective Presencing 58Link

Collective Presencing is described as a new capacity evolving in humanity at this time.59Baeck, R and Titchen Beeth, H. (2012). Collective Presencing - a New Human Capacity. Link Over ten years of applied action research into this phenomenon have identified some of the components of this new capacity as well as practices that can help us to develop it. One of its essential aspects is that these practices can connect us not only with the natural realm of our living planetary home, but also with the field of unmanifest potential that lies waiting in the subtle dimensions.

The foundational practice underpinning Collective Presencing is Circle Practice, whereby a group of people comes together in a circle with the intention of developing its capacity for collective discernment and wisdom, through focusing on a question. As the circle continues to practice over time, it can evolve from a circle of individuals gathering around a theme of inquiry into a genuine collective presence able to engage in generative collective action in service of life and evolution not in the Cosmos but as the Cosmos.

Aligning the unique individual perspectives into a collective intention will deepen and broaden the coherence of the field of inquiry, thereby enabling coherent and generative manifestation in the world, for the good of the greater whole. We learn to hold the intensity, the disturbance, the not- knowing that are invoked by the question at the core of our inquiry, and to wait. When clarity arises, it comes not out of the minds around the edge, but out of the centre. This is no longer a circle of human personalities, it is a bubble of cosmic consciousness that has seeped through into the container we are holding, focused not on each other but, as one, on the mystery in the middle. This is the space of ‘collective sourcing’ that is at the heart of Collective Alchemy.

Consciousness practices

The practices described here are not confined to times when we are practicing Collective Alchemy together, but in in the present context we practice them as Alchemists.

Holding witnessing awareness — being present to what is arising, without judgement or agenda.

Working with energy — this can be passive: reflecting quietly and sensing; or active: a bridging, reaching or grasping movement, such as selecting and attuning to a specific vibration (for example the frequency of gold).

Discerning the truth — in alchemical terms, discerning the truth begins with dispensing with what is false60False roots are the prima materia of the calcination phase in alchemy. (assisted by asking “is this true?”). Truth can be discerned only in the present, and so our notion of what is true is constantly recalibrated over time. We know ourselves more clearly by the transparency of our truth and our willingness to see it: our world view becomes kaleidoscopic.61Truth is also a key feature of Integral consciousness, called ‘verition’ by Gebser: “Only through this reciprocal perception and impartation of truth by man and the world can the world become transparent for us.” Gebser (1985). Ever-Present Origin, p 261.

Navigating the unknown and the uncertain — using our subtle sensing to continually recalibrate to the truth, we reorient, relinquishing what no longer serves and aligning with the attractor field of benevolent energy.62Benevolence defies definition. When discerning benevolence of intention, the touchstone is the heart.

Working with liminal space — sensing that which is between us, and our relationship with time, space, nature, self, others, spirit, silence, etc. A special category is Sacred Space, which we access in silence, through the body, nature, grounding, intention, interiority, the collective field, listening, etc.

Working with intensity — intensity is an abetting agent for the development of consciousness. Holding witnessing awareness, be pervious: let the intensity of reality arise, without losing yourself or blocking by numbing. Notice your infinite capacity to be stretched, just expand to receive it all. Let the waves of intensity move through (including overwhelm), allowing flow from one state to another. In these times, one navigational coordinate could be: go where the intensity is, and lean into it.

Working at depth — life on the surface is turbulent and disorienting, like the waves of the ocean. When we sink beneath the surface we can engage with the deeper currents, tidal flows and gulf stream.

Questions as portals

In general terms, questions are the most potent tool in the human toolkit of intentional manifestation. The question acts as both anchor and navigational coordinate to a circle leaning together into the void of potential beyond the veil of manifestation. It serves as a portal through which the sentient tendrils of the cohering future can penetrate our awareness. As we sit by the portal, open and receptive, we share the subtle impressions that come through. The question acts as the filter that determines what impressions come up, and how they are interpreted. The question, too, is presenced by ‘sourcing’ (see below). The ‘higher’ the inquiry, the deeper the sourcing that is possible. 


Sourcing

The capacity to source is based on the assumption that our reflexive consciousness as individuals is “a point of local reflexivity in a wider field of awareness.”63Mathews, F. (2003). For Love of Matter, a contemporary panpsychism, p. 37. It follows that the whole that we are part of is sentient and capable of intention. Cosmos is waiting to be invited — indeed, what’s on the other side of the veil of manifestation cannot come through unless it is invited. When sourcing the question that will be the focus of our inquiry, then, we are listening for what is asking to be invited. The interface occurs in a subtle alignment of will: “I will that my will be thy will.”64The motto of the Scorpio archetype in Shamanic Astrology. Giamario and Castell (2014). The Shamanic Astrology Handbook, p. 68. Working at this level illuminates the deep interpenetration and interrelatedness of the One and the Many that makes intentional manifestation possible.

To source, then, is to sense into the realms of unmanifest potential. The experience is like dropping into a vast, dark cavern. As we hang in the dark together, the question (the focus of our attention and intention) enables us to shine our light beams through the question to touch the core of the inquiry. The intention is to coax out subtle impressions about what needs to be transformed in this moment in the time/ space continuum, that can then ripple out into the system. Adhering to the question maintains the focus of inquiry. Sourcing collectively enriches the harvest by bringing multiple perspectives to bear. Over time, our collective light beam becomes more potent and we can apprehend more of the complexity as we source ever deeper into the potential. We hold both a vast field awareness and a discerning focus: what brings more aliveness? The metaphors, images, intuitions and sensations that come through are interpreted collectively.

An important principle that informs all Collective Alchemy work is: source from the present – both as individuals and as a group. This operates at multiple levels: what is happening in the world, in our lives, and in our bodies at the moment of practice. This keeps us out of abstraction and distraction. Our focus is on the mystery in the crucible. The importance of this principle (and practice) cannot be overstated.

Adhering to this principle has implications for navigation: we cannot hold to a pre-designed course, we can only ever sense the trajectory from the present towards the most benevolent outcome and take the next step. In any Collective Alchemy journey, moment by moment, encounter by encounter, phase by phase, it is necessary to cast the net afresh. The constant is the process protocol (see below) that guides the practice; the questions emerge as the journey unfolds.

What does ‘sourcing from the present’ look like in practice? It looks like people sitting in circle65This can occur both online and in person. People can be sitting at computers separated by vast distances. Distance and physical separation are no object, the circle still holds in the non-local field. in silence, around a specific question in the middle, holding an intention for the most benevolent outcome. Within each person is a stillness, an open availability and a curious and benevolent waiting for something to stir in response to the question. The quality of time-awareness is ‘the infinite now’. The soft-eyed focus is on the subtle sensations arising in the body, coming forth as messages, emotions or reactions. In the fullness of time, the talking piece66 The scrupulous use of a talking piece supports the quality of the overall process, by lending focus, attention and presence to the person speaking. It also helps slow down the process and leave moments of silence between speakers. In an online environment, the protocol is: “I pick up the talking piece” and “I place the talking piece back in the centre”. travels from hand to hand as what has been sensed is spoken. Silence and speaking punctuate each other until a shared clarity arises in the middle, making it possible to take the next step.

Process Protocol of Collective Alchemy

This section describes the protocol for each phase of a Collective Alchemy journey, including the preparatory work of the core team and the inquiry itself.67The harvesting and collective sense-making are described in Appendix III: Collective Alchemy Process Formats. Collective Alchemy is practiced throughout — it is fractal: each step is sourced from the present, guided by a question also sourced from the present, while being rooted in the context of the overall inquiry and all that has been learned and sensed to date. The iterative loop at the core of this protocol is made explicit to illuminate the subtle practices involved throughout the process.

Preparatory work of the core team:

Sensing need — again, this is sourced from the present, through what is happening in the world, in our lives, and in our bodies at the moment of practice, at this juncture, through the question: what is the need in the world which is inviting an inquiry? What sense of dissonance or potential is making itself felt in this moment?

Articulating intent — how can our practice of Collective Alchemy serve to bring the felt dissonance into coherence or the felt potential into manifestation?

Sourcing the question — what question will invite the relevant information to adhere to the questing tendrils of the collective sourcing in service of the intent?

Framing is designed and offered to the plenary group as a way into the collective inquiry: how can the need and intent best be articulated to the plenary group? What sequence of steps can best lead the group into engaging with the question?

The inquiry with the plenary group:

The iterative loop of collectively sourcing and articulating is at the core of the Collective Alchemy process. Unpacking a complex of subtle practices requires a linear approach, but the experience of it can be in any order, and sometimes simultaneous.

Receiving input — quieting and centring (with the multiple intelligences with which we are in relationship, whether we perceive these as internal or external); sitting in silence, waiting for an impulse. As we sit in silence, we are attuning: homing in on the question as portal; expanding our awareness to receive sensory input from inside and outside68Inputs from outside often take the form of synchronicitous responses from nature: a butterfly, a gust of wind, a thunderclap...; listening for input from all channels. We are scanning the body: tracking energetic shifts and questing for resonance.

Speaking what is present — part of the practice is sensing when it is time to speak: a sacred silence must be broken. A subtle stirring in the body will usually indicate right timing. There is discernment in sensing what impressions need to be shared in service of the intent. The safest way is to allow the impression to speak for itself. This discernment comes with practice.

Capturing what is spoken — in images or words — for ongoing sense-making (in subsequent steps of the journey).

Collective Alchemy is a process over time, punctuated by coming together in inquiry. Outside of those moments, while the fellow travellers live their lives, they continue to practice, specifically, emotional processing using the Alchemical Procedure Matrix (see p. 24): recognising and naming their emotional shifts, identifying the corresponding alchemical phase and abetting for transformation.

Principles of Collective Alchemy (if in Doubt…)

The following principles can help to keep us on track in any journey of inquiry:

• Principles guide practice (i.e. practice the practice!).

• Source from the present.

• Abet don’t reduce — embrace and merge with the energy of what is arising.

• Host the process (work with a core team, every conversation is prepared, designed and hosted).

• Work with the gifts of the people in the circle.

• Make the implicit explicit.

• As simple as possible and no simpler.

Outcomes of Practicing Collective Alchemy

We have seen specific outcomes resulting from persistent practice over time:

Increased endurance and capacity to tolerate intensity.

Expanded bandwidth: we are more sensitised to subtle energies and can deal with higher field frequencies without burning out or short-circuiting.

Kaleidoscopic shifts of consciousness: our continual recalibration to new information takes place at the level of worldview. Our understanding of what is real constantly shifts and deepens.

Neuroplasticity — our neurology seems to be shifting in a way that expands our collective capacity to engage with hyper-complexity.

Physiological impact — opening the heart has a physiological impact: co-regulation69Link happens at the level of the field of consciousness of group and Cosmos.

Development of ego towards maturity — the subject-object move70˝The root or ‘deep structure’ of any principle of mental organisation is the subject-object relationship. ˝Object˝ refers to those elements of our knowing or organising that we can reflect on {...} ˝Subject˝ refers to those elements of our knowing or organising that we are identified with, tied to, fused with or embedded in. We have object; we are subject. We cannot be responsible for, in control of, or reflect upon that which is subject.˝ Kegan, R. (1994). In Over Our Heads - The Mental Demands of Modern Life, p. 32. achieved by developing witnessing awareness in daily life; inner mental and emotional processes become transparent.

New life practices – reported by participants after the first Collective Alchemy journey:

minding our own business — not taking responsibility for others’ projections and expectations;

staying vigilant to our own emotional baggage — doing emotional processing work;

discerning relevant action for leading an intentional and purposeful life (what is mine to do?);

ego release in moments of conflict, giving away the victory and staying in an open heart connection;

living by invitation — refraining from helping others unless invited. 


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