Chapter Two F
Still beyond, I can see the spotted pony of my uncle. Sa’chi was a leader, in the community, to which I continue to serve.
There is a thrill, racing in my heart as I look back and forward in time. I am proud of my community, capable dependable women and men, my friends and family. I am proud to be a tracker – da’igoti – for the people, glorying in the strength of our continuing love. This is an exceptional community.
Chapter Two E
Don’t forget to breath from center. We’ve learned to not breath, so we won’t feel the intensity of our feelings. That stresses our muscles. We stuff and keep old emotional experiences in our cellular storage bins. Right now, consciously relax, breath out tension. You know a lot of ways to do this. Smile now and look in the mirror, say softly and firmly out loud… “I am all that I need to be!”
A friend told me this philosophy experience:
Work is an addictive way of life.
We need not be addicted: Well, we need to change our thought process on what work is, and how we address it. To have a fulfilling life that feeds us, we must see our lives as the work that fulfills us. This means living the truth of our spirit and being led by Spirit on the path of fulfillment. We work as we see ourselves in vision.
Freedom is an inner feeling. It is the ability to choose what we want. It's the inner knowing that you are in charge of your direction. Freedom is spiritual and can only be given away, never taken.
As far as the sensation is concerned, feel into it and center. The sensation is a communication, as the last three months culminate and the ability to receive guidance is vastly improved.
Coyote advises us to keep our self-worth and be perfectly fulfilled, with no particular effort. This truth simply includes all others. For if we look, we find vitality rooted and grounded in the glorious gift of love which is self-worth.
I've been asked about spiritual power, and this has kept me going through time. Think of when you first felt it. When you first started down your path, on that first day, to find your passion… Yes, you felt the presence, without fear. The presence was that of Spirit, but the added sensation of Mother Earth's presence made it a little different. Puzzled, you have sought further understanding. You feel the connection, the effects of her physical changes, the mutations in your own body, and tap the Records of Creation around you. You're beginning to understand that everything, and I do mean everything, feels one sensation. That's slowing becoming apparent to you, because you're awakening to a conscious existence. You felt a spiritual calling all those many years ago… and responded. And now, you're experiencing the Source.
D: The Way We Have Been Healing
So, we purify, master, and enjoy the gifts that we have to give ourselves and the gifts that we have to share… which are many.
Perhaps the most astonishing things is our opening. We’re floating through time until we find we are enough. And being enough comes with growth and inspiration, and positive movement forward. Our physical energy literally raises our conscious nature.
C: One Who Upholds Unity
This is the only way to work with, or interpret, this life. All of us must be considered in the context of a whole life. In other words, the initial step of claiming identity is as simple as acknowledging we are empathetic, and we feel everything. By owning this aspect of humanity, we begin the process of integration. We become more familiar with the language of life, and now that we feel its truth, greater intuitive knowing is activated.
We are what we think.
All that we are arises in our thoughts.
With our thoughts we create the world.
– The Buddha: the Dhammapada
B: in the beginning
When one closes a chapter in their lives, there arises a new beginning that deserves celebration; namely, a striking rite of passage of birthing – deishehi. Quite a few spiritual philosophies have adverted to this, the moment of transition being referred to as Rebirthing. For it is true that almost every detail of this experience is paralleled in all forms of mysticism – and not only the experience but even the prayers and rites are in many cases reflections. How account for this remarkable moment?