DINK #107 Breathing Through the Art of Becoming

Posted on : 07-07-2010 | By : Lynn | In : Uncategorized


Somewhere along the way in my spiritual spelunking I learned that really everything that we see in our world, including ourselves, is some form of energy. I also have studied about healing and psychic surgery and manifesting so that must explain why I know that everything is composed of molecules. Today I feel like all of my molecules that make up me have agreed to hang out in the form that is Lynn but at the least provocation of fear they could disperse into a multitude of directions leaving just the imprint of who I was in the air.

I’m thinking this is what it feels like to be in the process of becoming. Becoming who we are. Becoming who we will be. And for the first time in my life, I’ve got a clear enough mind and heart and soul that I can really feel the comfort of stasis and the discomfort of change in this process. I realize that in the middle of all of this is a huge piece about creation. I think they say that we shed all of our skin cells every ? days and replace each of those cells with new ones. I wonder why we aren’t all walking around in constant wonder just at that idea! Maybe that’s how shape shifters figure out how to morph and change at will. But I digress.

Although this process of becoming feels edgy and sometimes uncomfortable and feelings are coming up that I don’t have a definite source to apply them to, I’m grateful that I’m doing this as clear headed as possible. I don’t even do caffeine these days. Had I known life was such a trip with no need of added influence, I could have saved myself a helluva lot of anxt and money!

Perhaps this phase I’m in now is something that most people who didn’t diverge off of their sacred path of life, like I have done, have already experienced many times. Maybe this is one step that creative people go through before they design their next piece of art, business, ideas only instead of breezing on through to the action part, I’m taking a stroll through and gazing at the wallpaper. That sounds like something I’d do.

Patience and process are two things that don’t come easily for me. I want to get on ahead and down the road and know what is what. Right now, I kind of have an idea about where I am heading career-wise, but then again maybe I don’t. And I’m laughing at the unknowing and just doing the next right thing that comes in front of me.

For you, if you find yourself in this same kind of place I would want for you to slow down and enjoy the ride and love yourself through it. Realize that this whole thing we call life is really just this amazing thing that most of us don’t have a clue about. Give yourself peace of mind that all is fundamentally well and that you will be well. Talk with people you trust as best you can about how you are feeling, art about it, write about it, sing about it, play about it and allow life to communicate through you.

Breathe through the art of becoming. All that is left is the awe.

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