To begin with, I’ll only say GO WATCH THIS FILM IMMEDIATELY (I watched it on Prime in the UK). Below I continue with my thoughts.
I had a very dramatic week or two. I reconnected with an old friend who I had a vision to connect with and it was a lovely experience. I then “lost” a “friend” where I ignored many red flags and attempted to save her from her victim complex (I have people saving/ fixing issues). I got rejected for a job that I thought I’d definitely get. I continue to try to see the path and figure out what my new work identity looks like as I continue to shed externally acquired roles (such as an overachiever). I am going nuts over the amazing TV show, Young Royals (check them out on Jimmy Fallon!). And the other day I was lying on the mat in the middle of Brixton letting crystal bowls heal me while programming my intention for 2023.
It was not about money, as hard as it is for me, or even finding the “right” job, it was finding more of true me, what I want and need to do, surrounded by the right people and what would be fun.
Phew. Everything everywhere all at once indeed.
Back to the film trailer above. It was on my to watch list for a while and after yet another friend advised I see it right away I’ve finally watched it. And I am here to tell you that it’s a must see. It is a comedy, an action film, a sci fi story, a philosophical reflection on emptiness and purpose with Buddhist undertones, and a psychological exploration of mother-daughter relationship and ways to heal in the context of an Asian family. I laughed, I cried, I cry laughed throughout.
Spoiler alert – the idea of multiple us existing simultaneously or chronologically is absolutely what I’ve seen on psilocybin and what Buddha referred to as seeing his 10,000 lives, neatly fitting into the physics theory of multiverses.
Puts it all into perspective, if this is just one life out of our many others, doesn’t it? And of course, love always wins ♥️