4 Ways to Reveal the Roots in The Unseen

“Everything you see has its roots in the unseen.” ~ Rumi

Most of life is a mystery. What we think we know is illusory at worst and changing all the time at best. Even who we think we are is not much more than a chain of psychological connectedness where old links (memories) fall off and new links get clasped on. The unseen is more than merely hidden in complexity, it can even be impossible to reveal simply.

One way to reveal and untangle the roots in the unseen is to use imaginative self-questioning and inductive reasoning. By breaking our sense of reality into sections (realities), discerning a pattern, and then inferring an explanation, we may come up with a new way of seeing the world.

Perhaps even deepening the mystery while helping it go down a little smoother and with a little less anxiety.

1) The Caught-reality

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Things that were once hidden from us are revealed in all their vulnerable ugliness/beauty. We feel it. The inter-connectedness of all things comes into vibrant and glorious perspective, a glowing web of sacred interdependence that connects everything in the dynamic unseen.

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