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Embracing Wholeness

on October 6, 2014

Today, I stand still and integrate the gifts of the first three days of the journey. I notice: I am complete. I have created a beautiful life.

Wholeness and awareness send strange sensations coursing through my body. My hands tingle. My head feels enormous and seems to be extending and expanding. My innards are being agitated and stirred.

It is time to trust, and leap. I know, without verification, that glory awaits. Still, letting go is terrifying.

What if everything I believe is wrong? Might I have misunderstood or misinturpreted the messages? And what if I err grievously, again? I do not want to misuse my power.

Though my mind jabbers and attempts to restrain me, I know that it is safe to jump into whatever is next. I know it is (almost) time. I am frustrated with the waiting, but soon, I will be able to use my power to create an even bigger, even more beautiful life. 


Inspired by Lyn Thruman‘s October Writing Challenge: Writing the Wisdom of the Soul. I am expanding, evolving, shining, and taking the reins in my journey.

Prompt for October 6: “I can’t help but create and be abundant. I nurture and nourish. It’s what I do, babe,” the Empress explains in her soothing lullaby-voice. “You’re not unlike me, you know. You’ve got a miracle-maker kit, you know your potential and when you put them together,” she pauses and waves her arms, pointing around the garden, “well, you get this.”

Write about how you already experience the gifts of The Empress in your life.  How does she already nurture and provide?

 

 

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3 responses to “Embracing Wholeness

  1. Nice post and I love the Osho Zen III – that’s one of my all time fave cards 🙂

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  2. Reblogged this on Weaving Gold and commented:

    Most of my writing has been for my writer’s blog. Come visit. 🙂

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