What do I mean, “in the transition?” The word “transition” refers to a “transition in consciousness.” Not to rush things though, I’d rather talk about examples rather than try to define a concept I am still studying. So, many of the musings on this site will simply be extensions of the starter phrase, “In the transition….”
Here’s one: In the transition, there is an absolute criteria for nothing. Good luck finding any issue where there is only a single black or white answer, other than simple math. I am willing to accept that 2+2=4 every day of the week, just as I look forward to fine minds poking holes in my logic.
Like most things, the divine is in the details – platitudes and promises and pretty slogans mean very little here if they are not accompanied by real life examples.
The practice is simple – though often not easy. Walk the Talk. Sure, until 5 different people have 5 different ideas about how to interpret the talk. And the walk.
Fortunately, this is one of the places where the transition comes in so handy – since there is an absolute criteria for nothing, I get to claim my subjective reality. And so do you.
If you and I can be reasonably detached adults, then the page opens up for curious discussion, notcritical judgment. “Your walk means that to you – Jeez! I completely read it as this.”
Curious not critical. One of the basic building blocks of freeing my mind and lving in the transition.