As a child, we developed from lying down to rolling over, to sitting up, to crawling, to standing up and walking, to running etc.
We work to help give ourselves and our families a better quality of life. We communicate so that our relationships can become better. We step away from arguments so that peace can be help and another day passes. We exercise so that we can have a healthy body and mind for tomorrow.
It is fair to say then that we are naturally drawn to advance in life, in everything that we do.
Examples of how CHIT could be expressed in your life
- Addictions ie alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, power, sex etc
- Anger issues
- Difficulties with authority
- Emotional distress
- Financial struggles
- Health problems ie illness, injuries, diseases
- Lack of awareness
- Loss of self, life choice, direction or purpose
- Love dilemmas.
- Mental confusion or turmoil
- Persistent or Repetitive problems in life ie. failures, losses, attracting the wrong people, jobs, circumstances etc
- Relationship breakdowns or outbreaks with spouse, in-laws, children, family, friends, employers, colleagues etc
- Set plans falling through
- Stress at work, personal or general
- Sense of being stuck ie unable to effectively change
- Sense of imprisonment in an abusive relationship.
- Uncertainty of self, life choice, direction, purpose
- Victim focused lifestyle ie. blame, bullying
At the lowest level of chit, it appears in our lives like the bird droppings as depicted in the imagery above. Like a newly washed car, parked innocently under a large tree or a row of power lines, the birds somehow find its reflection helpful in releasing its droppings with precision at the most visual parts of the windscreen.