In Tibetan Buddhism, Bardo means the state of intermediate existence. In the time between death and rebirth, anything is still possible for the soul, because the form of the new quality has not yet been decided. Symbolically, the state of intermediate existence is when sequential (routine-based) functioning is interrupted and a person falls out of their previous pattern of functioning. This situation is most often caused by a mental blockage or crisis. However, it is also possible to break the schema from the inside in an inspiring way. If we follow our intuitions and stick to the new path, we may have to face losses, but success will surely happen.
The vacuum in the place of the chaos
Before a major shift, the force of inertia pulls the warrior down with such weight that all means of solution and escape seem hopeless. In the depths of truly significant barriers, there is always a vacuum that deprives participants of their previous routines to find solutions. A vacuum is fundamentally different from the ongoing challenges and problems that a manager faces on a daily basis. Leaders are accustomed to leadership, an active way of problem solving, and active participation in changing situations. When this is not possible and the traditional routine or active control scheme does not work to break down the barriers, a sudden silence occurs. The methods used so far are ineffective, a direct solution is not possible, there is no focusable goal, which would immediately show the way out. The worst part is that it is not possible to know what will be the next step, it is not possible to move towards the solution, a vacuum is created in which the usual operation does not help.
The real leader, the real warrior, develops the most in these situations, this is when he becomes a defining player in the community, a real flag bearer. It is in these situations when you decide who can count on who, and who has the internal management skills to deal with the depressing lack of prospects in the situation.
The only tangible option in these situations is to accept hopelessness, to face the limitations, and to realize that we must not ignore the problem, we must not force a solution, but before we do anything, we must better understand the situation itself.
The solution lies in the situation itself, but this hidden knowledge can only be grasped if the participants have the strength to face the chaos and can also interpret their own responsibilities in it. All real problems and difficult tasks have learning opportunities and have the secret of moving forward that needs to be solved in the situation itself. The progress in this case is not to force the solution routine, but to find a new, forward-looking report after understanding the situation. This new report will be the flag and compass of our development.
The prequels of the appearance of barriers or a disease, is often not immediately visible, but there probably are prequels, and they are not independent of us. Recognizing this is difficult, often painful, and time consuming. At the heart of the problems is the potential for a clearer understanding of ourselves. You should not force an immediate solution because it will prevent you from finding the best opportunity and learning. It is important to find that new report, which helps to understand the prequels, and move us forward on our own new path.