Things fall into place with greater ease and less burnout when we honor the larger outer rhythms by consciously arranging our smaller inner rhythms accordingly.
Through this process of living, potentials erupt into being, ignite, and burn out. A new ground is set forth, which blossoms into new forms of fullness. The cycle eternally continues and repeats.
Here's an example from my experience as a mother in applying a transpersonal perspective to childcare through animal symbolism. I also offer some tips for others curious to explore this approach-- helpful for parents, teachers, aunts and uncles, or anyone who wishes to interact more soulfully with children.
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Transpersonal thirst is an innate knowing that life is more than we think it is. It is ghost stories shared around a campfire. It's fairy tales and mythical creatures. It's the quest for the Holy Grail. It's children sneaking a Ouija board at a slumber party. It's psi research, praying to the gods, having your palm read, and sending signals into outer space. It's crying in church. Singing in your car. Hugging your loved ones...