As a society, we’re obsessed with knowing, perhaps believing it offers us power or success. We’re often afraid admit we don’t know. If “knowing more” held such power, it would seem we’d have happier lives, businesses and relationships … for there’s no shortage of knowledge in the world. Knowing doesn’t change much of anything. What we need is a felt experience of knowing – gained by a practice of incorporating “knowing” into our way of being. Like learning to ski, practice is key. Wisdom is a result of turning knowing into discernment.
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