blindspotI no longer see sadness, anxiety, and depression as personal events, but rather symptomatic as direct life feedback that are trivialized and stigmatized as personal. Everything is connected and such feedback are life positive as they signal larger system correction opportunities.

How can we collectively begin to talk  about how we have been educated for generations to work and  serve a financial growth paradigm. A current paradigm we daily co create by our participation  that has no ability to cease and terminate its trajectory; despite us knowing that collective life capital is now fatally endangered on almost every plane across generational and ecological time.

Cultures from east to west have for generations  held economic growth and engineered productivity  as the very measure of power, success, and high culture.  It is commonly believed that without these idealized structures we would not be able to maintain social order and effective governance.

The vast  educated majority lives, studies, and work to better compete economically. Family, community, and authentic embodiment are talked about often as most valued, nonetheless in reality , these structures come apart very easily when access to economic participation are challenged. The larger reasons they come a part are that individual feedback is interpreted and stigmatized as personal events and being un-related.

systemToday,  anxiety and depression are culturally  leveraged against the individual through assumptions and comparison that feeds prevailing stigma. What is commonly attributed to individuals and identified as personal problems and weakness  in actuality reflects the unhealthiness of the economic growth and engineered productivity itself.

Stigmatization is a vicious societal entitlement to insight and overview, a collective blind spot, where we abdicate  our feedback from individual parts by attributing blame and shame.  The most disturbing part of this is that there are no governance  that are capable of fixing this cultured phenomena and global predicament we are in, as all governance are the agents of the economic growth  paradigms  that attempts to downplay reality  and this maintain the misconceptions.


Maybe  there is a readiness to begin to address the cultured individual and collective drivers that motivates our willingness to participate in a growth paradigm that are now clearly undermining collective health and well being,   The  frame works we have relied on for generations are sustaining every one of our blind spots that are enforcing and speeding up the ecological demise.

This very system we have come to depend upon for our well being and safety have design flaws that are maintained by individual and collective beliefs and ideologies that masks our unresolved fears and unrealized life currency potential.

Our systems are now so complex that our educated confidence in due process of governance are obstructing the only simple solutions available. The trajectory will continue to be grim as we have very little motivation to address any direct,  immediate, or  symptomatic feedback from life itself.

The ruling value code fails more momentously, as its built-in contempt for all life requirements and is indifference to life itself. Yet no economics allows the recognition of its predictably, a rising catastrophe through time as a global economic system.  We are in the middle of the ocean on a ship that is going down  and to deny the obvious is death itself.  Individual and tribal call to action is now paramount.

About n h english

Natasha English is a Transpersonal / Nondual Therapist with a private practice in West Vancouver, BC. Since 2007 she has taken a psychosomatic approach to healing and personal development.
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