Jump the Fence and Run For It!

– by Francis Rico Referring to our “human situation,” ancient wisdom traditions have long said that we are unwitting residents of a “barnyard” – and, that along with having been co-opted as a resource for the benefit of the “Masters”, we have become complacent and co-operative with our captors in response to our need to be cared for. Representing the path of personal freedom, shamans have always placed their allegiance with nature, with the wild and free, rather than with the “safety” and well fed organization of the barnyard. No matter how well cared for, barnyard creatures are still dinner …CONTINUE READING HERE: Jump the Fence and Run For It!