Text 2, Stages of Life in a Human Being, Part 1, Ages 33-40

We have been looking at The Main Central publications that offer great insight into the contents of Text 2.

Issue Number 64, Spring 2009 continues a series of articles about the stages of life in a human being from page 42 of Text 2, authored by Iole Lebensztajn.

Today we will continue with that series:

Stages of Life in a Human Being (Continued)

SMALL INTESTINE – 33-40 YEARS OLD PAGE 42, TEXT 2

After All, What Is Really Essential in Life?

“During this stage of life, thanks to Small Intestine Function Energy, we have a clearer perception of how things work, how life works and how I work. From the experience collected until now I am able to realize how one thing affects and/or is related to another. The law of cause and effect is much more evident now, and I am reaping the consequences of some acts and behaviors of the past. Many times my health and well-being start showing the outcome of my good or bad habits. That’s why this is a good time to stop to analyze my lifestyle and routines and dedicate more time to gain more discipline for taking good care of myself and to gain better quality of life. Now I will have the will to organize my life, my work and home. On the other hand if I am the type of person who has been very organized, like a planner freak, I can have the impulse to look for more excitement and flexibility in my daily life.

Anyway, from 33-40 years old we will be seeking what is really essential, what is fundamental, what is the priority at each moment. This is not the time to be so much focused on what I have (Large Intestine “time” – 11-13 years old, another Finger Flow), but on who I am in essence. It is not time to be so identified with my roles (Leo – Heart: 25-32 years old) at home or at my work, but it is time to let masks drop. Some authors call this the “authenticity crisis”, in which we have the urge for discharging what is useless or inadequate. Some people at this time will be able to let go the false securities and guarantees, accepting conflict and incoherence as part of life instead of fighting all the time against them. They will realize that after moments of conflict or crises, we recreate ourselves anew, giving another meaning for life and realizing that everything passes. Everything always will pass.”

To be continued…

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