Take as must time as you want to tell your story, recount all the images which merge, one on top of another. Share the feelings you have about the images, but do not stop until you can think of no more.
pesh’chidein o’zho brings difficulty relating to our stories because we release our need to be our stories. Stories happen to us. They make up the tapestries of our lives, surround us in our world, and silently stagnate our energy, the energy of a
future unknown calls.
pesch’chidin o’zho expresses another reality, another dimension that explodes with empowering possibilities... pesh’chiden o’zho calls us to shed our self limiting burdens, and reveal the forces of full potential. Through death and rebirth unsuspected resources of inner wisdom are revealed.
One begins to know things by this difficult kind of experience, more directly, not relying so heavily on the mind; there comes a new, vast and deep experience, seeing, knowing, connecting; and the confines of knowledge are released to immeasurable degree.
The battle with fear that is represented in pesh’chidin o’zho leads most directly to a sense of well being and harmony with self and the universe is the mystical transpersonal experience. The mystical experience is characteristically described as one in which we feel ourselves to be at one with everything. In this experience there is no separation. It is an experience of pure consciousness. This is a universal affirmation of the human capacity transcending ego and limitations born of fear, and the fact that the essential truth of self can be apprehended. It is this direct apprehension of truth which characterizes pure, spiritual evolution.