'What can the global pandemic teach us about living with uncertainty? Our lives and lifestyles are threatened and the future is uncertain. How do we react, collectively? How will we cope, individually?
I see our whole psychological civilisation as a great castle, built to defend us against our insecurities. But now the walls are coming down, because the way we normally live is a due for radical change. And that starts with ourselves. Can we drop our dependence on 'situation normal'? Can we stop and change direction? Will we give the wonder of life and nature a chance? I say there is a space inside us where uncertainty disappears; where nothing is certain and yet, if I can get you there, it is a place of reassurance.'
This episode was recorded on 25 April 2020.
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