Today we take one more session to explore in practical terms what life begins to look like once the major dying occurs. When we talk about dying, what we mean is a major letting go (of primarily the need to control) which must happen in order for transformation to occur. It is the grain of wheat that must die with it’s corresponding much fruit promise. This dying results in a new capacity to engage life. One result is that one begins to see from a much larger and better informed perspective. This is our subject for today.