What we won’t dance with – is exactly the dance-partner we need

Winter morning light in the trees

Fixating on or trying to go toward “the Light” — as in the throes of unchecked spiritual ambition — only further endarkens us, estranging us from that in us which is subterranean, wounded, misshapen, wretched, or otherwise unwanted. What we won’t dance with, what we refuse intimacy with, what we’re so ambitious to shed, is precisely the dance-partner we need — or at least need to approach — drawing forth from us the very aversion, tension, and pain that’s crying out for illumination and love. ~ Robert Augustus Masters


Wonderful article by Robert Masters on Beyond Meds:

●  Don’t give fear a thought (for anyone who ever deals with anxiety or fear)

Books by Masters:

●  Spiritual Bypassing: When Spirituality Disconnects Us from What Really Matters

●  Meeting The Dragon: Ending Our Suffering By Entering Our Pain

●  Transformation through Intimacy, Revised Edition: The Journey toward Awakened Monogamy

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