Tight Roping The In-Between

  Too much of a good thing… can be addicting.   Not enough of some things… can be malnourishment. Tightroping the in between in a cyclical fashion.  At times as an observer while still participating in the flow.  Circling around.  Some things change. Others remain the same… seemingly.  Choices to release and rebuild the scenery that changesContinue reading “Tight Roping The In-Between”

Full Moon Flow

  Snipped Strings in the Realm Refocusing of the Unbalance Within and Without Applied Freedom to Fruitless Expectations Each Line Written with “I Release” A Soul’s Anchor Transformed to Ash The Phoenix has shed its Skin Flying Lighter with No Strings Dangling in the Wind The Full Moon Glares On Knowingly Transformation has Begun

Gratitude and Praise

      Have you ever felt a surge of spiritual uplift (internal fire) so great that it feels like you’ll explode if you don’t do something….anything in response?   Praises are going up.   My mood is overflowing with Gratitude. GRATITUDE.  My heart, mind, body, and soul thirsts for more.  Unashamed pleas of notContinue reading “Gratitude and Praise”

A Quote that Resonates

Some quotes resonate deeply. The truth of it pulls at the roots of the experiences that are within you. Only a simple, mmhmm will come forth…and it is enough. We receive many truths when we need to receive them the most…as a hug that things will be alright…as a comforting assurance that you are notContinue reading “A Quote that Resonates”

Book Review: Devil In The Grass by Christopher Bowron

  Book: Devil in the Grass  Author: Christopher Bowron  Rating: 4 / 5, Probably need professional counseling after reading this 🙂      Curious for more about this book/summary:  Press Me   Quotes:  Only a dose though…you have to read the book. It’s worth it.  “Family is bigger than the individual.” “I’m not gonna take upContinue reading “Book Review: Devil In The Grass by Christopher Bowron”

Detachment in Progress

Some people pay attention to their intuition very well. It is not even a question when it comes to avoiding people, or situations because it gives you a “feeling” that you can’t quite describe. Yet, its strong enough to pay attention to. This is who I am. I’ve known to avoid a lot of thingsContinue reading “Detachment in Progress”