Shaman’s Paradox

After writing the last post, I began to think about how difficult the English language can be to use when one wants to speak about paradox. English is a great technical language because it is very concrete: there is right and wrong, black and white. Ambiguity is present, but generally ignored. But English may not be the best language to use when speaking about our complex, process driven, ambiguous experiences and world.

That said, I use English to write my thoughts in this blog. So here goes:

Shamans everywhere know the world is just fine the way it is, in this moment. I’m fine. You’re fine. Things are blissful. The world is magic. Continue reading