This is a very good video to explain the transition we go through as we grow and learn. The beginning has some interesting facts regarding the past and links between the pyramids. The real take away here is the description of our role. More to point the part (starts at 2:50) on how we see events and negative experiences and whether we let them just occur and grow or resist them. It’s very important that we learn to find balance and be at peace with everything. Don’t label things good and bad. Just have and appreciate all experiences for what their purpose is which is ultimately to help us grow as spiritual beings.
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