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Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.I read the following and it got me thinking that the metamorphosis that a butterfly (or other insects) go through could also be symbolic of us as we grow in our own awareness and consciousness of spirituality, and ourself as a spiritual being.A friend remarked that I was more beautiful inside and out the year after the divorce than during the whole marriage.I think that all the problems were being etched on my face and in my life and had to be shed.The caterpillar's organs and tissues dissolve into an amorphous, souplike stae, only to reconstitute into the structure of a butterfly's body that bears no resemblance to a caterpillar at all."As I continue to reflect on it, I thought I would open up a discussion to see what others might think or have experienced themself. NamastéI think that transition for me came in the time following my divorce.I was inside myself for a while, getting rid of the negativity and the sadness, I came out a much happier person.Deepak Chopra writes "We are all familiar with this metamorphosis having witnessed it as children (or by reading Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar).
I personally have had moments of startling realization and rapid change, and I've also had periods of growth that took years to achieve.I don't think any human being can help but change in their lifetime. But, generally, I have noticed that as people age, the rough edges of their personality get smoothed over. I wouldn't compare it to the metamorphosis that some insects go through but I do believe that people can do this.There are many spiritual stories of mystics or prophets that have done this.In a way the book Jonathan Livingston Seagull, talks about it.If one only takes the time to notice it, life can be filled with the possibility of constant change.
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It is the first chakra to take us into interaction with the rest of the world, our energy moving out and impacting our environment rather than being directed into our identity.