For me, as a healer and as a human, I have found it refreshing to release the belief and assumption that there is a right and wrong way to approach life, and in doing so, my eyes have opened up to the infinite possibilities of human expression.
In the end, what divides our unity, is our underlying beliefs and assumptions about reality.
Why do conventional medical professional not believe the healing powers of Shamans?
Why is not socially acceptable for same sex couples to openly love?
Why does our culture have faith in money, and yet not faith in the miracle of the spiraling milky way?
If we investigate our inner landscape the answer to these stated questions becomes clear. The only wall obscuring our perspective is our landscape of beliefs dictating how we see reality. Hence, if we drop these assumptions and disconnect from the belief of "This is Right, and That is Wrong", we immediately open our mind to a life much greater than possibly considered.
In the TED Talk link below, Wade Davis, Ethnobotanist, explores the myriad ways cultures view reality. His voice and message is clear. Let us not look upon the differences through a lens of wrong and right, but rather celebrate the achievement of the human mind in creating infinite ways of navigating and dreaming life into being.
Surrender to the notion of right and wrong and go out tonight under the starry sky and communicate to the sky, the moon, and stars while dancing with the ancient ones singing beneath your feet.
If you believe it, it is real, and the only one limiting your vision is yourself. In the beautiful words of the late Bob Marley, "Emancipate yourself from mental slavery, no one but ourselves can free our minds". Enjoy the liberation, enjoy the Ted Talk.
TED Talk: Wade Davis