Everything begins and ends. We’re good with beginnings, not so good with endings.
When bad things happen, good men relax. This is not a superficial movement.
Men are taught how to fix things. What they’re not taught is how to be a space for what happens. How to allow. How not to resist. “Male and female he created them, and called their name Adam, in the day they were created.”
When something changes in the outer world, psychic automatism compels us to judge it as bad or good. On the inner level, all changes are potentially helpful. Any judgement is misleading and irrelevant.
In the soul’s gymnasium, it’s not what a man does that matters; it’s what he stops doing.