"You are whole and complete souls delighting in the creation of multiple incarnations in which you expand awareness, gain wisdom through lived experiences, and celebrate life.
Whether your lives are happy or full of sorrow,
you believe the stories you tell yourself and others,
because it makes the games you play together more enjoyable."
This blog contains some of the stories I tell myself. I hope you enjoy them. Thank you for leaving comments or suggestions of topics you'd like to hear about.
Whenever I want something to end, to be over and done with, like a migraine headache or a cold, AMAG gently reminds me that nothing is ever destroyed, it just changes into something else; destruction and construction are the same when viewed from another perspective, which means that endings are beginnings, completion is initiation, and so on. A poem written by a very dear friend of mine speaks directly to this idea. It's called "Completions."
I have completed my study of pain, any pain.
I have completed my study of restriction… physical, mental, creative, emotional.
I have completed my study of foolish resistance. I maintain joyful, wise choice.
I have completed my study of frustration.
I have completed my study of how to just get by.
I have completed my study of poverty, of lack… those lies.
I have completed my study of oppression, of feeling, seeming, to be LESS, in any way.
I have completed my study of looking for/desiring approval or praise from others.
I have completed my study of the role of whistle blower,
martyr for the reveal of institutional harm.
I have completed my study of physical disability and disease.
I have completed my study of microbials and choose to allow all to flow through,
pass through my body (physical and light), without harm, without disturbance.
I have completed my study and pattern of fear, and fearful memory of things
not working out before, of things not changing as I had asked.
I am new and experienced.
I choose with clarity and divinity each breath,
knowing magic and all possibility…
beauty and truth and love.
©2012 marni m. anderson