A thought-provoking and deep film with Wayne D. Dyer that I’ve come back to several times in my life through the years. I nearly always find something new to ponder and consider, or I’ve grown myself and see ideas in a new light. It’s well worth two hours of an evening!
I found a lot to take with me in this short clip. Both Stephen Fry’s idea that the power to walk away is a great thing, and perhaps even more his thoughts about the internet. I’ve certainly not been as naïve as many, but certainly, I’ve never been quite cautious enough. And truly, disruption I do also find to be quite negative, unfortunately. The breaking down of old hindrances and ways isn’t necessarily bad, but in this case, it was, as Mr Fry points out, down for the wrong reasons. Mere money and destruction, rather than true wealth and creation.
“The Darkest Word of Our Era is Disruption.”– Stephen Fry
Personally, I find this to be quite true too. Looking back I can point to several occasions where I realise I should have listened to my intuition. In fact, my current quest to become a healer includes honing my intuition as well. I know dwelling on the past is mostly useless, however, I do wish I had learnt this lesson as a teenager. So much suffering could have been avoided. On the other hand, it would likely have been replaced by other mistakes…
Trust your intuition; tend your fire.