Newton’s cradle

Drama and negativity energies themselves the same as peace and positivity do.

They are like the swinging balls on a Newton’s cradle, as one ball swings into the other they flow one way and the other, equal and opposite reactions.

However, we can step away from the collective drama by simply choosing to move away from it, as if we lift the last ball on the cradle up so we reduce its energy and it fades faster.

If we stay there and add the balls go backwards and forwards for longer just like the drama it becomes a bigger force.

What is bravery?

We are conditioned to believe that strength is to do with being tough, not letting our guard down, not showing emotion and just ‘sucking it up’.

The reality is that numbing the bad means we numb the good too. So we suffer behind our armour. Just to keep up the facade.

True bravery is being vulnerable and open. It means being able to be true to our real soul not placating the mind and its ego with shields and dishonesty. It means taking the armour off.

To be strong in a true non-egotistical way is to be true to ourselves no matter what. Easily written more challenging to do.

Acceptance and surrender to what is requires bravery. Denial is just another form of suffering while maintaining appearances for others to see.