There is an emergence deep within each one of us that yearns to unleash what we feel, to allow our truth to be unveiled.
To be free of the burden of pretending, posing and masquerading.
To be FREE to Love and BE loved.
To honor and uphold the deepest parts of ourselves is to listen to the right mind, the right teacher within who is there to inform and guide us on this quest of rediscovery, Re-Membering the deepest parts of who we are; LOVE
No more conforming, no more expectations, just love. No more living up to a social idea of the human complexities of our emotional states of being. The soul knows the soul doesn’t lie; the soul lives in the right mind, right heart. The soul wants what the soul knows to be true.
This quest is not easy, it will bring out fear, jealousy, anger, guilt, blame, and shame that have been imprisoned since our incarnation into this life, we came free, free to love, free to be loved, but the human existence has contained all this truth, beauty, and right mind. Separation is not who we are but who we have come here to undo. We are here to shed our skins, to unmask ourselves and all of this is accomplished in relationships.
We are evolving; we are on the verge, we are discovering our courage in ourselves, and in others. We open just a little bit more, in each relationship, we are less vulnerable and invulnerable which allows us to gather strength, self-validity, and our true nature; LOVE.
In return… this reveal will enable us to move forward and lead with our hearts, the lanterns within, that light the way through all this darkness. To meld into the wholeness of our existence; LOVE.
In La’Kesh, I am other you! Dolby Dharma
“An honorable human relationship — that is, one in which two people have the right to use the word ‘love’ — is a process, delicate, violent, often terrifying to both persons involved, a process of refining the truths they can tell each other,”
It is important to do this because it breaks down human self-delusion and isolation.
It is important to do this because in doing so we do justice to our own complexity.
It is important to do this because we can count on so few people to go that hard way with us.~Adrienne Rich poet and feminist