One day in an ancient world, but in this world, we traveled to this time inside a sarcophagus of light, you and me, in loving embrace of togetherness
are we there watching this day, this moment, or are we here, or are we here and there
to be together again we vertically adjusted the time line of now, there and here, reminding us that love at first sight was not love at first sight, and the sarcophagus was not for the dead, but for the living to travel between worlds and the gate; or was it in the future past this loving embrace became up-to-date.
Shooting star is my pick to be the symbol of December here at Soul Fields. Wishes and dreams are being fulfilled. Connecting with our inner child we are able to see the miracles and magic everywhere and bring a sense of awe and wonder into our lives.
I chose an image of a male star gazer, because the female is so much the emphasis today when it comes to spirituality from the newer perspective. (Not that it is disconnected from the male point of view, quite the contrary.)
Because speaking about sexuality still tends to polarize people, I´m “warning” you beforehand that this article refers to sacred sexuality.
“How can pleasure make us powerful? I am referring to the deep waves of pleasure that are much less about adrenal pumping thrills and much more about boundless ecstasy. There are many ways we can experience this but at the heart of pleasure are those experiences that give us access to the orgasmic energy that is our life force. We can tune into this energy with focus; it is like a current running in your body all the time. And when it is flowing freely, we can heal ourselves emotionally and physically… “ You can read the whole article here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/linda-e-savage/the-power-of-pleasure_b_4275257.html
The wound is the place where the Light enters you. ~ Rumi
Rumi’s quote reminds me that vulnerability is often a gateway for intimacy, both with myself and others. I was talking to a friend at Unity recently and she mentioned how much see enjoyed my post on Bitter Medicine. She appreciated my willingness to be open and vulnerable. I believe that as we more fully embrace our dark, ordinary and even wounded aspects, we also find more of the true beauty, light and depth that we yearn for.
I encourage you to be vulnerable with your self, your family, friends and co-workers. You might be surprised by what hidden gems you uncover.
Here is more photography from Andrew Kilgore, whom I’ve mentioned before. Andrew’s photography really speaks to my heart, encouraging me to open myself to compassion for others. He has spent his…
“Freedom or independence means that our lives are shaped by personal priorities rather than external constraints or social pressures. It means we are able to follow our own deepest values and exercise our judgment even when others disagree or disapprove. To maintain independence, we must recognize our natural human tendency to assimilate–to gradually conform our ideas to those of groups or leaders that we like.”