Sunday, October 01, 2006

epiphany


When we stand in our own light we have all the protection we will ever need.
Our own light IS our protection.....
We are, all of us, more than we can ever imagine
When we look in to a mirror what we see is but the smallest aspect of ourselves
Every answer to every question is already inside of us.
We just have to ask and the answer will come.
It just may not look like we expect it to so
we need to be open to anything.

15 comments:

Cyndy said...

Agreed. Sometimes it's not the answer that we want to hear, but it is so. Free will in its truest sense.

Anonymous said...

It is with great regret to see many standing in the darkness. They fear the light... they fear the truth about themselves.
In the darkness, no one sees them.
In the darkness, no one ask them.
In the darkness, they find refuge.
Refuge of life, for it is a survival challenge.
A challenge that reveals your mortality.

A Piscian

xxEloisexx said...

I dont really know what to say. I have not the vocabulary to give this comment justice I guess..... I just want to say I am touched.

Anchell said...

me too eloise, me too....But by standing in our light we also light the way for others

Elizabeth said...

yep....

Kathleen said...

"... be open to anything"

... and expect the unexpected!

Cyndy said...

Question; When we stand in our own light, do we cast shadows? If we do, are these shadows doubts?

Anchell said...

The shadows we cast our also aspects of ourselves. Those parts that we need to address in order to be comfortable inside our own skins. There is no light without dark and vice versa. The thing is, the more we 'own' our light the more we are learning and growing and able to see the 'shadows' and shine light there also. The shadows are only scary because we cant see whats in them.
Thats life. Learning to embrace, accept and heal the 'shadows' is all part of the journey.
The shadows are probably more accuratly labelled fears than doubts. Doubts are healthy, fear is crippling.
Thats how I see it anyway.
Make sense?

Cyndy said...

Shergar's right; you are the wise one...

Anchell said...

I think he had his tongue in his cheek then.....

Cyndy said...

Yeah, but he is a man after all..keep this going...this has to be more comment-worthy than the dog...and she got 13 comments...<3 C;)

Anchell said...

Too bloody true, I was amazed at the reaction to the poor doggy!
As for men........plurgh......

Cyndy said...

Men do have their uses, though...almost there, that's 13...just one more.....

Anchell said...

13!!!!!!!!!Can we stop now?

Cyndy said...

Hmmmm.....ok...I just couldn't let that underessed floosie-dog be the most commented-on blog that you had posted...
Love, the-persistent-pedantic-bloggie<3;)xox