By Juliet Tang
Guest writer for Wake Up World
“It’s not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters.” ~ Epictetus
On the eve of the 2016 U.S. election, many in America (as well as around the world) experienced dense waves of energies comprising the far extremes of the human emotional spectrum and everything in between. Even those who were not following this series of events were unknowingly affected by these collective energies. Some rejoiced and others sank into deep grievance and rage. Strangers formed alliances based on common interests and loved ones fell apart over political division. The collective psyche began to reflect a state of chaos, anxiety, separation and fear.
It is easy to give in and allow ourselves to be sucked in by that giant vacuum of the collective shadow. The vibration of fear magnified by the masses can indeed become an excuse for individuals and groups to play the blame game or worse, commit acts of violence against each other. So what can we do at this time of extreme uneasiness and change?
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