"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.
I'm doing laundry today and thinking about cycles. Not just wash cycles, but activities that become so routine that we stop noticing them. For example, we all watch night become day, morning become afternoon, then evening turn into night. A repeating cycle of apparent movement even though I know in my heart that it's not time that's passing, it is I who am choosing to use a convenience, a way of measuring distance that helps my life make sense. If I forget about keeping track of Time and just move as I'm able and watch how everything seems to move around and through me, then I'm fine. I can make myself anxious if I pay too much attention to Time, by telling myself that I must "hurry up" or "slow down," or "do this quickly before," or "wait until after... ." Time after time I must remind myself that I am timeless.