What is your truth? Ask your heart, your back, your bones, and your dreams. Listen to that truth with your whole body. Understand that this truth will destroy no one and that you’re too old to be sent to your room. Move into your truth as though it were an old house. Walk through each room. See, hear, and feel what it is to live there. Try to love what you find, and remember the words that come to you as you explore. If you embrace it, if you are faithful to it, your truth will reward you with unimaginable freedom and intimacy with yourself and others. As Natalie Goldberg said after her friend found and read a piece of work-in-progress that she had left out from the day’s writing, “I feel good because I don’t care that she sees how I really am. I’m glad. I want someone to know me.” ~John Lee
your truth is vital……in our connectedness, all that matters to you, simply matters…..
inquiry for today~ and so it is…..when did you realize that you knew yourself well? that you knew what really mattered to you?
We turn to the Goddess and to embodiment practices because we are thirsty for more than the mere discussion of concepts and maps.
Through an utterly intimate exploration of how spirit is moving and breathing us in all Her Fullness, we finally get to drink from the well, for real.
~ Chameli Ardagh