That sounds much better than midlife crisis, doesn't it? I wish I could take credit for the term, but I borrowed it from Kenny Loggins. I had one (midlife clarity) in my early 30s. It was a period of re-evaluating all aspects of my life - work, relationships, spirituality, health. It was a difficult period, but I came out better for it. And my journey has been very fulfilling.
I always thought that was it - I went through my midlife clarity early, and I was set for the rest of my life. Ha! I realized last month that I'm going through another one. (Don't worry, I won't bore you with the gory details.) I suppose it makes sense - we are continually changing, as is the world around us. We evolve and grow, and our path changes as well. It is not always comfortable, though. However, I found that just the recognition of it has helped me obtain some peace and clarity. Before, I just felt a sense of disconnection and malaise. Now I am a bit more forgiving of myself and I am more focused on working through it. I know I can't rush it - things will all become clear in their own time. What I can do is allow space for the discomfort and unknowing.
How have you emerged from your own midlife clarity?