Ultimate Fulfillment 40

by Christopher Lovejoy on January 11, 2015

A few days ago, I caught a glimpse of an offer in the spam folder of my email account to interview me.

I process spam rather quickly and I realized a second after deleting the message that I might have made the mistake of assuming that the offer was a lure to read the email. In case this was a legitimate offer, my apologies to the person who sent this as I didn’t get a chance to read it.

Having said this, I already know how I feel about being interviewed and about being contacted at this time. I associate interviews with the dominator paradigm, with dominator culture, with fixed positions, with established ways of being, doing, and having. In a word? Boring.

Conversation, on the other hand, is a two-way street, a co-creative opportunity, more spontaneous to be sure, and more in keeping with the spirit of discovery than with the sickly dynamic of domination and submission arising out of an outworn culture of fighting for survival at all costs.

Am I being too forthcoming here?

As for a conversation, I’ll be ready when I feel ready. At present, I am in the midst of giving birth to a new paradigm of living and loving and learning, and as any woman who has been in the throes of giving birth knows, a conversation is not exactly at the top of her list of priorities.

Enough said (except to say that I am not a woman in my present incarnation, although I have been told I gave birth in a previous one).

The theme for this week is the ego as mediator (in contrast to the ego as usurper).

In keeping with this vital distinction, I’ve added some provocative content to my resource on coming to terms with fate. Think of it as a transitional segment for “bringing it all together”.

The new installment begins here: “How did you do?”

Note: my evolving outline on the ultimate in personal fulfillment can now be found here, accessible from the nav menu under “Be Here Now”. I’ll be sure to inform readers of any updates.

Next: Ultimate Fulfillment 41

Note: this ever growing perspective began here: Ultimate Perspective

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