7Anchoring in Suffering

Demon-haunted are the worldsFilled with great darknessTo these dark worldsGo the slayers of the Self.ISHA UPANISHAD

The third stage in the quest to connect to the higher bird is to find a perch on the branches of the tree where a steady line of sight with the higher bird can be maintained. The lower bird needs to steadily and consistently anchor itself in a vision of the higher bird that can withstand the storms that rage around it. According to the principle of correspondence, the lower bird acquires the whole-tree perspective of the higher bird by connecting steadily to it. In the case of business, Being-centered leaders can then understand the real state of the business. This is the vision of the whole that they lack ...

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