All the great metaphors of transformation—the caterpillar becoming the butterfly, darkness shifting to light, deep sleep ending in new awakening—speak to this clearly. Embedded in all of these is the idea that the great change we call transformation isn’t really a change at all, but an unveiling, a reorganization, a deepening into who you are and what already is. This is why transformation is often called integral: it is embedded in—and touches—every aspect of your life.
Wisdom for Service:
“….the transformation of everything, is the next great human frontier! St. Paul said, “There are treasures in heaven. Things the eye hath not seen nor the ear has not heard.” These ecstasies are beyond our present ability to comprehend. Yet, we get little glimmers. I say: it’s peeking up everywhere!”