Going extreme is oftentimes an easy way out.
In Hebrew, the word me’od means ‘very’, but it also looks like the word mot, which means ‘death’. Whenever we become extreme, we are out of balance and we bring chaos into our lives.
This is also true for spirituality.
It is very easy to go completely spiritual; it is also very easy to stay completely non-spiritual. The hard thing, is to find a place in-between.
That is, to live spiritually in a non-spiritual world.
Huiwen is the founder of WeClustr.com – an online-to-offline conscious community that offers alternative education on personal development and spiritual intelligence. A former CFA charterholder and a LSE alumni, Huiwen was fortunate enough to dedicate her past career to one of the most financially and morally rewarding sectors - impact investing. Having worked in NGOs, private sectors and public sectors, she came to the realisation that money itself alone cannot help people. Searching for the answers to the “whys” and her ultimate life purpose, she decided to resign and embark on a self-discovery journey. She finally realised that all chaos in her life resulted from her own ego. These events led her to the realisation that the only way to change the world is to change ourselves, our own consciousness, and only by activating our own inner power, can we overcome the negative force within and become a positive contributor to the world.
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