We don’t like chaos.
It is uncertainty, overwhelm, a feeling of groundlessness, being unmoored, out to sea without a compass.
And it usually triggers a shut-down response in us: hide, avoid, procrastinate, try to get control, anxiety, or wanting to give up. Or not wanting to even start in the first place, if we know there will be chaos.
I’m here to advocate for the beauty of chaos! It is the fabric of life, and we can never escape it. What we can do instead is slow down, get quiet, and open to the beauty of chaos.
This takes tremendous practice.
Let’s talk about it.