How are we progressing?
Teal once said that the most un-reactionary person who is not freaking out over stress, the state of the world etc or what's energetically happening on the planet is the family that constantly sit several times a week at a hamburger joint munching down on their over-sized burgers, fries and drinks, oblivious to what's around them as they are to what they're putting inside them.
Your normal empath on the other hand, is way too reactionary - they are picking up on all the chaos and fear broadcast around the world by news channels and things that world leaders are pushing the world towards the brink of. The grind of daily life amongst the Unaware. What is obvious when you really think about it, is that the enemy is not who you think it is - not the would-be high school shooter, not the murderer, not the rapist, not ISIS and not the government; they are merely obvious symptoms of the hidden causation of humanity's slide to yet another extinction. At least this time there will only be parts of the world affected as in 'forest fires' and those that are left affected by what the result is, but as far as "Live long and prosper" goes, better clean off those sunglasses, the house is burning down. @Aisha, thank you for that video link - you are spot on. Teal's message then as you say has been consistent. We have to up our game and awaken by taking in that which confronts us. More and more CPs need to spread the word and get people on track with their thinking and then their Doing. It's doing something that is the key - to progress forward rather than sit back and just say stuff. Sitting is the same thing as waiting for the train of destiny to run you down. (an anaolgy from a Teal blog 'The Train is coming - are you ready?'
And as Teal commented in that clip, do what you can, with what you've got, from where you are. I add Now, not later, now.
I leave you with a Teal workshop exercise about 'You died yesterday'
Teal gets the audience in groups of 3 for each person with 3 minutes to tell the other two how they died yesterday, the exact details of how they died, where, etc, recount what others thought of them dying, who was at the funeral, what would they leave behind that people talked to others about them good or bad, who should they have said sorry to, who should they have said I love you to, what do they regret the most that they left unfinished, what would they have done with their life if they were to do it all over again.
Then Teal lets them know, an angel has come and said they can have their life back - they can go back... what would you do, now, if you had a second chance?