What is my life about? Why did I incarnate?
At present, Kaypache is into the shamanic astrology of Peru, where he is traveling. I’ll just paraphrase a few of his statements here rather than use direct quotes:
In this video, he expounds on receiving direct transmissions from nature and the cosmos—letting Spirit speak directly to you or through you. Spiritual awakening involves being taken out of this existence—of our returning to our Source—exploring our multidimensionality—witnessing the infinite universe—experiencing actual transcendence. But it is spiritual awakening without using substances to do so—no hallucinogens—no ayahuasca—simply natural spiritual awakening, slowly and gradually.
He also believes (as I do) that it takes time to evolve and awaken. You need patience, perseverance, endurance, … because true spiritual awakening happens very slowly—and it SHOULD BE slowly revealed because brief, powerful glimpses of the Divine can be more disrupting than slow, steady emergence into a higher state of being and emergence into the Bliss-field.
But does my life have meaning? you still ask.
Well, similar to Alan Watts declarations, Kaypache says there is no meaning to our lives other than living—existing—you have NO particular purpose for this life—life existed prior to you and will exist long after you. What we create in our lifetime is what we gain from life.
We aren’t here to find ourselves but to create ourselves. We must go within and close our eyes and tap into Source or the Divine that wants to emerge out from us and be birthed into this world through our existence. Or maybe NOT. (Again he sounds very ‘Alan Watts’ here to me, but as I mentioned earlier, Alan Watts videos are resurging again which makes sense since Kaypache talks about that 51-year cycle beginning again now.)
When you can simply sit still, the truth is revealed, the mystery unfolds—all things come to whoever waits for them.
This is the equinox point of the 51-year cycle of Chiron (the wounded centaur healer—the Master Teacher)—very powerful cycle for finding the deeper purpose in your life experience.
Chiron is also associated with crisis—like a physical health crisis. That health crisis sits you down to reflect on your very existence. This reflection time on our own mortality helps us to gain greater understanding of the archetypal energies of which we are only a part.
Kaypache’s parting words are: Take your time—be still—and in the stillness, the mystery of your life will be revealed.
“I close my eyes and what do I find,
My body, my Soul, and my mind,
Revealing to me when I’m ready to see,
The Great Mystery of the Divine.”