I HEAL WHEN I KNOW I’M NOT A JUMBLE OF UNCONNECTED PARTS, BUT AM AN INTERCONNECTED WHOLE. THE WORLD HEALS WHEN WE EMBRACE ITS CONNECTEDNESS. WE ARE PART OF AN INTERCONNECTED WHOLE BECAUSE WE AND THE ALL ARE DEEP IN THE MYSTICAL AND SPIRITUAL TRUTHS OF THE COSMOS, OF THE ALL THAT WE CALL GOD. AND ONLY WITHIN THE SACRED ALL CAN WE EMBRACE TRUE SPIRITUAL HEALING OF OURSELVES AND OUR MOTHER EARTH, OUR HOLY GAIA.
A young woman stares out enigmatically, but with the ageless spiritual wisdom that knows that we as individuals and we as people are ALL connected. That is the key to healing, and is the key to healing our precious Mother Earth, our Gaia. We see her as two separate, but connected images, flanking our planet Earth.
I heal when I know I’m not a jumble of unconnected parts, but am an interconnected whole. Likewise, the world heals when we embrace its connectedness. The holistic approach is a healing process in all sorts of ways; ways that can transcend its customary focus on our personal physical and mental wellbeing. The holistic approach which instinctively sees the parts that make up a whole as being intimately connected, will need to be focussed on our social and political arenas if we are to make our societies properly functional, and if we are to bring our societies into a state of ‘good health’ where each and every one of us is seen as a valuable and integral part of the whole. We are all connected. We are all part of the Oneness that characterises a vibrant and healthy society. That does not mean that we will thereby lose our individuality. It means, that we must recognise that we can only achieve true individuality for ourselves and each other when we recognise that we are part of the whole and have responsibilities to everyone else who makes up that whole with us. Only then can we bring about a healing of the social and intellectual fragmentation of Western society, and indeed of all societies, that has been so extraordinary in modern times, yet also so damaging.
We are at last recognising our interconnectedness. We recognise it with regards to ourselves, in terms of how we at last realise that we must see ourselves in a holistic light, in a connected light: the true spiritual light. We are slowly beginning to see it in terms of us and our planet, our Mother Earth, our Holy Gaia. We are at last recognising that we are ONE with our Mother Earth, and that for us to flourish physically and spiritually, we must become ONE with our Mother Earth. That is the only true and sacred way for us, and for the redemption we seek. We must also understand that we are interconnected with each other in our social and even political lives. We must embrace the holistic way with regards to our individual selves, and also with regards to our collective selves. The process is the same, the journey, the pilgrimage, is a sacred and spiritual pilgrimage of universal holism. There is no meaning and no true and spiritual purpose in our lives unless we understand that holism requires us to be truly holistic: not just inwardly holistic, but also holistic with regard to our environment and our Mother Earth, and regards to each other socially and politically. These are our great tests of our time. We must be truly holistic with regards to our holism. Holism means nothing unless it truly embraces everything, truly embraces the ALL. This is the meaning of our Time. This is our task for Now. We have reached a nodal point in the great spiritual and mystical quest of all humanity. Our holism must become holistic.
The sacred unfoldment of ourselves is a connected unfoldment. It can be no other. ALL is ONE, and the long spiritual pilgrimage of humanity has no choice but to converge, in good time, on that fact. No choice if fulfilment of our great spiritual quest is to be properly true to ourselves, to each other, to our beautiful Mother Earth, our Holy Gaia, and to the infinite eternity of the sacred ALL. Our purpose, the meaning of our existence, our great spiritual and mystical destiny, awaits us.