German philosopher Nietzsche once wrote, “what does not kill me makes me stronger” [Twilight of the Idols (1888)].
While these days, this maxim is frequently used in a positive light, to express optimism and courage in the face of adversity, there is a certain irony in this.
The phrase suggests that by tapping into natural attributes, such as our knack for turning painful incidents to our advantage, we can become a more robust version of ourselves. This concept of ‘triumph over adversity’ has taken on a whole new meaning since 1977 with the discovery of CHIRON, a strange, comet-looking object inside the Kuiper Belt, bridging the orbits between Saturn and Uranus.
Chiron’s key position as a ‘mediator’ between the mundane (♃ ♄) and the supernatural (♅ ♆ ♇) provides a special bridgeway into understanding the mysteries between the physical and quantum universes. His effect helps us to unravel many of the secrets which plague and cripple the human energetic complex. As we come to understand that all accident, illness and dis-ease are essentially an energetic disturbance, we also learn how to best heal the world’s problems. Here, we awaken to the possibility of true spiritual immortality.
Observe humanity’s exponential shift over the past 42 years in trying to understand the limitations posed by the mechanics of the old, 3-dimensional structure. When we start to see life through the eyes and mind of the religious heretic; the psychotic madman; the spiritual maverick; the political anarchist or the shamanic healer, we can also learn how to defy a certain doom. Those who deal with the ordinary world with wild visions and prophetic dreams; who see the quantum universe as an endlessly deep, infinitely wide resource for natural medicines and healing stand to overcome all threats and dangers and live to thrive, not merely survive.
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