Monday, August 30, 2010

A Time to grieve, a time to heal, let it be.

I am beginning a journey of deep and painful release. As with so many  journeys of the soul the road is a bit uncharted and unfamiliar. I have never blogged, read a blog, considered blogging, nor do I know anything about it. Though I do know one thing. I am in a time of transformation. And my current process is calling me to reach out and in at the same time. As I was studying this morning, of mourning, I saw a spiral. One that was moving two directions, out and in. I wondered what it would look like to travel a path in this way. Next thing ya know I am blogging. So this is my first of many posts. I call, like yelling in an empty canyon, full of hidden life. "Hello"..... "is there anyone here?" This morning of mourning the answer is yes I Am.


  1. Well welcome to the world of blogging Miss Mary. I think you'll enjoy this avenue of sharing thoughts and emotions. I've been blogging for about a year and a half, and I enjoy it. Never thought of myself as a writer before, but I enjoy it, at least in typed form - I've never had the patience to write by hand. My thoughts go too fast to keep up. In answer to your question about a "path of out and in"? I wouldn't like it...I believe in reminiscing sometimes, but keep going forward always. The best thing about blogging for me, is that it's for me and nobody else. I'm writing what I feel like sharing or saying and really don't care what anybody else thinks. I'm trying to impress no one. That's my favorite part. Hope you have a beautiful day and remember in your morning of mourning, to be thankful for this amazingly wonderful and whacky pathway called life. :)

  2. Thanks Lori,
    The path out and in for me is, openning to the pain rather than closing. Allowing love to enter and heal as well as share in my experience with others. Commonly I would deal with my own process behind the curtain. Not showing my vulnerability. Now in this perfect time of my life I want to include my self in the human race. And experience not only internally but outwardly as well. I hope this adds someinsght to my message for you. Thank you for years of love and friendship.

  3. Morning sweetie, I had to comment on your thoughts of seeing life in the form of a spiral, two paths, one in, one out. The first thing that came to my mind, is that life is a journey not a destination. I know from seeing you on Sat. that you too know that, and with everyday we grow. So in my limited thinking, the spiral only goes in one direction. As we learn and grow, our universe grows, and the spiral grows outward, taking everything we have experienced in the past, placing us in the present, preparing us for the future.
    There are many of us who love you, so you never have to walk alone. Just reach out a hand.

  4. Well now I should keep a closer eye on this I suppose. Thank you Erik. It was sooo good to see you too. I love your openess and the way you see life.

    The concept, and the one I am presently exploring in the next post, is the ability to see life from inside and outside. Also the ability to see you seeing life from your perspective. Allowing all things to be. Actually more accurately, it would seem with neither direction. No polarity, no opposite. for me this is the journey. I love you my very dear friend.... read the next post when it's up and I bet it will become even more ;`))