time to let go…

letgo-01“In a chronically leaking boat, energy devoted to changing vessels is more productive
than energy devoted to patching leaks.” -Warren Buffett

i had a moment of epiphany recently when i once again punched a hole in my life raft. that this time of ascension has not been an easy one for me. that these lessons, experiences and change have been a bittersweet tea. from the ending of several significant relationships, the birth of my children, to unexpected changes in pathways. several life-changing events, deep and meaningful friendships, realized and forgotten dreams have colored my way.  i have drunk deep and happily from the cup, the sting of the tonic in my throat reminding me of the pain endured, the brew was sweet enough in the end and was exactly the thing that i needed.
today is a day of meditation. for healing, for a flood of light and love and divine purpose. today i feel willing and able to answer the call of light-worker, spiritual warrior and healer. even though i do not know the way exactly i have a sure feeling that the teachers will arrive, as they always do, just at the appointed time.
this morning as i prepare for meditation, the sparrows outside are swooping and catching the super-sized ground hornets in the sky. as i watch this dance for a moment i am reminded of a comment made in a poem that i thought was about me, “you are a sparrow caged”. i held that person in such authority that i took those words to heart and started upon the task of building about me the beautiful guilded cage of an identity created by others –
today is the day i set myself free. i graciously release all that no longer serves me.
i look outside and the world beyond my window is a black and white photograph. as i gaze through it however a bit of color here and there begins to pop in, reminding me of my present duality. this twin flame of hope and reason. fear and attachment replaced by love and freedom, always deepening the more powerful our gaze…
“In a chronically leaking boat, energy devoted to changing vessels is more productive than energy devoted to patching leaks.” -Warren Buffett – find more inspiration for change at: explore for a year dot com…
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