The great disruptor

Dec
22
2020
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Lynne McTaggart
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Last Monday, as you’ve probably heard, for the first time since 1226, we experienced an observable Great Conjunction between the two titans of the solar system, Jupiter and Saturn.

Their relative proximity created such a bright light that astronomers and religious leaders alike speculate that this conjunction in fact created what we call the Star of Bethlehem.

A friend recently sent me a blog by famed astrologer and New York Times bestselling author Chani Nicholas about what this Great Conjunction means in astrological terms.

Even if you don’t believe in astrology, it’s fascinating to read what she has written, particularly in light of the bumpy ride we’ve all experienced in 2020.

These past 12 months, with Capricorn emphasized in our collective horoscope, it was always going to be a ‘this is going to hurt’ kind of year, she says, with ‘themes of boundaries, restrictions, denial, restraints, responsibilities and downturns.’

That certainly sounds familiar, given all the challenges we’ve faced, to health, our personal liberty, our career and finances, our ability to be with our nearest and dearest.

But the good news, says Chani, is that we are about to experience one of the most important astrological reboots we’ll ever live though. With Saturn moving into Aquarius, we’re all moving to the frontier in order to rebuild over the ashes of the old.

Chani writes: “2021 asks us to think beyond ourselves, beyond the herd mentality, beyond the binaries we’ve been forced into.

“There are material, intellectual and spiritual riches on the frontier, but to seek them requires a break with the known,” she says. “To become the leaders that the world needs, the Great Conjunction calls us to venture towards the edges, to new ways of working, living, learning, and building with one another. There is no way to sugar coat the extreme travesty this year piled upon the entire globe, but if there is anything that we can take away from it, it’s that we know for sure what is essential.”

So what is the takeaway here?

In the grandest terms it means that the time has finally come – indeed, has been forced upon us all – to write a new human story more consistent with who in fact we really are.

For more than 300 years, we have lived according to a story that has idealized separateness. From the moment we are born, we are told that for every winner there must be a loser. From that constricted vision we have fashioned our world.

And that is precisely why life as we know it is no longer sustainable and we witness it collapsing around us.

But as I’ve been writing for more than 20 years, at our essence, we exist as a unity, a relationship — utterly interdependent, the parts affecting the whole at every moment.

The implications of this new story on our understanding of life and the design of our society are extraordinary.

If a quantum field holds us all together in its invisible web, we will have to rethink our definitions of ourselves and what exactly it is to be human.

If we are in constant and instantaneous dialogue with our environment, if all the information from the cosmos flows through our pores at every moment, then our current notion of our human potential is only a glimmer of what it should be.

If we’re not separate, we can no longer think in terms of ‘winning’ and ‘losing.’ We need to redefine what we designate as ‘me’ and ‘not-me.’ and reform the way that we interact with other human beings, run our world economy and even view time and space.

We have to reconsider how we choose and carry out our work, structure our communities and bring up our children. We have to imagine another way to live, an entirely new way to ‘be.’

We have to blow up all of our societal creations and begin again, building over scorched ground.

And, it’s fair to say, the wrecking ball has already struck.

But here’s the good news. The stripping away of society as we know it, the destruction of the superficial and the fallacious, forces us to finally recognize that we are something far more impressive than evolutionary happenstance, a genetic survival machine.

We must finally acknowledge, in the deepest core of our being, that there is unified intelligence far grander and more exquisite than scientists like Darwin or Newton had imagined, a process that is not random or chaotic, but intelligent and purposeful.

We must truly accept our birthright, the limitless and profound power of our own human potential, which the most severe of Covid restrictions can never shut down.

In the past, individuals have accidentally evidenced some ability – a premonition, a ‘past life,’ a clairvoyant image, a gift for healing – which was quickly dismissed as a freak of nature or a confidence trick. The science and my own work constantly reaffirm that this is a capacity neither abnormal nor rare, but present in every human being.

And this hints at human abilities beyond what we’ve ever dreamed possible.

Despite all of the present commotion, these upheavals also promise to give us back a sense of optimism, something that has been stripped out of our sense of ourselves with the arid vision of 20th-century philosophy, largely derived from the views espoused by science.

We are not isolated beings living our desperate lives on a lonely planet in an indifferent universe.

We never were alone. We were always part of a larger whole.

We have far more power than we realize, to heal ourselves, our loved ones, even our communities.

Each of us has the ability – and together a great collective power – to improve a lot in life. Our life, in every sense, is in our hands.

But it’s no longer possible to sit back in your armchair and enjoy the ride. Each of us must become a disruptor in his or her own right.

So my question to you to ponder over this holiday season is just this: what is the particular path of disruption you are going to choose?

I send my fondest wishes to you to be comforted and reassured this holiday season and New Year.

We’re going to be fine. We just need clamber around a bit while we find that new path.

May the brightest star in the sky light our way.

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Lynne McTaggart

Lynne McTaggart is an award-winning journalist and the author of seven books, including the worldwide international bestsellers The Power of Eight, The Field, The Intention Experiment and The Bond, all considered seminal books of the New Science and now translated into some 30 languages.

23 comments on “The great disruptor”

  1. A question I have been pondering about, and which I have asked to a few, but I did not get any answer.
    If we want to travel, will there be a way of avoiding the covid vaccination if the airlines are going to require that the passengers be vaccinated? How can we go around that? I have not found an answer yet.

    Thank you for the message and to an exciting new year ahead.

  2. Yes there is hope. But it needs a lot of change from me to we. Thanks much for your insight.
    Islam always advised on we as a whole.

  3. Thank you!! I've always been a disruptor (once I really woke up in university) ---no following the herd--peer pressure never affected me even though being ostracized was often a result.
    I'm working on a project --thanks for being you!

  4. Thank you Lynne for such beautifully expressed truths. Hand in hand we will do this together.

  5. ‘There is no way to sugar coat the extreme travesty this year piled upon the entire globe,’ ... what a great line !
    Yet for me in conversations with many people ,I feel their energies are used as sugar coating factories..shut down the sugar coating factories! ... that’s going on my banner this year .x

  6. Bring it on! I'm with you Lynne and I wish humanity and Mother Earth a blessed, unifying and loving 2021. May we all be well and see the wonderous glory of who and what we already are. May 2021 be a year of revelation.

  7. Yes! So grateful to see with new eyes the potential of a new way to relate with life. Our abundance unfolds in the ways we create. Let us work in cooperation with one another for a sustainable life based in love and seeing our unity. Personally hoping to see technologies released and brought forth that do not deplete and pollute the earth. It’s a new frontier, the time is now. I personally would not mind moving forward in ways that show love and respect for ourselves and life all around us. In Gratitude, Peace, love and much Joy, Maureen

  8. What a beautiful, deeply wise, and thoughtful letter you have written!: Truly just what was needed. And what a positive and inspiring call to action.Thank you so much; the new path is calling so strongly.
    As a disrupter, I am ready to offer a real game-changer for education. After nearly 50 years of research, design, and writing, it is now 'shovel-ready,' and we are eager for additional team members with whom to join forces. Human Potential Leader Jean Houston calls our prototype "Phenomenal, luminous and critical for our time" It is a totally exciting new way to learn and live with deep joy and unprecedented creativity, in sync with humanity's amazing potential.I appreciate this opportunity to mention it.
    Sincerely, Brenda Hamilton, President, Hamilton Learning Foundation.org See my book "Breakthrough to Brilliance" at Amazon
    See details and blog on website@ http://www.hamiltonlearningfoundation.org.

  9. An excellent call to change and grow. Faith to heal, change, disrupt old notions. An excellent opportunity indeed.

  10. Thank you for your insightful message. You have taken some of my scattered thoughts, expanded them, and put
    them to words. I will forward this message to some others who can't understand my optimism at this time.

  11. I am aware of a 'New World Order ' the brain child of Klaus Schwab together with a panel of supremely rich cohorts who have been planning this new 'state of the world' basically a new world order governed by fewer hands, this project has been quietly worked on for several years .See The Corbett Report , the Great Reset.

    Please inform yourselves, this is the biggest most insidious attempt to change everything we know about being human .

  12. Thank you Lynne for taking the time to post this much needed message of encouragement! I am one of many people who call themselves "light workers". I'd like to encourage those that have a calling to assist humanity at this time to move out of the shadows to be seen for the gifts they have to offer. Now is the time to bravely move out into the public arena so people who want help can find them. We are in the process of creating a new reality for mankind. Decisions should be made for what serves the majority, not the very few, in all the many small and large communities that dot the globe.

Why wait any longer when you’ve already been waiting your entire life?

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