I’ve become more and more aware of the limits above people, regardless of the form they take: whether there are the barriers raised by each one’s daily reality or the ones related to genetic inheritance. Whether they are barriers created by everyone’s ego or by the spirituality to which a person adheres with so much passion hoping that they will find salvation.

The times we live in now are interesting, at least; and each one of us feels them on their own, consciously or not. Everything has changed and, whether we are aware or not, the truth is that nothing will ever be the same! We’re facing the invisible cloak that floats over our lives every day: the financial crisis. But this crisis is not the first, we have already overcome a financial crisis, we all have been through very difficult times, but now we can say that we walk a trodden path, not exactly a new one.

The barrier I am talking about in the title is present in each one of us. It manifests itself with different intensities, of course, but it is there, no doubt! When we say that we have come to the end of one’s rope, we have in fact reached that point where we have allowed ourselves to be. It is the end of our energy, the evolutionary point we have reached. And no one can say this point is good or bad. It’s just that: a point. Period.

What is interesting is that less than one in ten people on the planet consider themselves to be in the “barrier situation” and have thus come to push this point away from them, in the so-called awakening of consciousness. But they moved it, they expanded their area of the subconscious by accessing a creative and imaginative point (it exists, by the way, in everyone of us).

What was the result? This mini Babylon that we live in today: different languages that hardly communicate but succeed to do so only through heart signals, which, mysteriously, manage to harmonize in a chorus similar to the Dance of the Iele (“Iele” are feminine mythical creatures in Romanian mythology. There are several different descriptions of their characteristics. They often are described as fairies, with great seductive power over men, with magic skills and attributes similar to nymphs, naiads and dryads found in Greek mythology -n). Those who appreciate this “madness” feel like fish in water. The others? Like fish on a bicycle!

On the other hand, returning to the remaining nine out of ten people, they somehow manage to live in old, outdated patterns, which today, in fact, no longer really exist, but are inherited. They carry these patterns with them, drag them, struggle to carry them further like soldiers lost in the woods looking for a way out, without a compass, on a starless night. This majority is still guided by the egotistical financial barrier. I’ve come to this conclusion after an interesting discussion with a man with a beautiful soul who said to me: “if I could be at the Four Seasons or I could have a house like Four Seasons, I would have everything”.