Journey to the Unknowable

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To many people, especially sensitive empaths who were not supported as such growing up, it can feel as though we are losing our minds. All that we held onto for dear life, all that was known and brought comfort and security, is falling away.

Whatever we could always count on to stabilize our body, mind, and emotions, is vanishing from our life.

Whatever little routines and habits our mind could always access and reach for to settle us down are no longer working.

Our definitions of the security of jobs, money, relationships, food, things, friends, family, media..and even things so-called spiritual…whatever the case may be, they are quickly losing their old effect.

Perhaps outwardly, all appears well put together, or not – but inside, in those hidden, shaky recesses – earthquakes are taking place.

This is good.

We are becoming empty.

We are reaching ground zero, the place of nothing and everything.

Such is our evolution into a Universal Being.

When the mind can no longer grasp onto anything, it has to surrender…it’s been let out of jail…it has come undone from the matrix of the masses…

It has entered the unknowable.

Vast, empty, silent.

Pure awareness, pure creativity, pure potential.

In order to claim our freedom, we must die while still living.

Make no mistake…this does not feel so good.

Words like insanity, isolation, unglued, come to mind.

But never mind that…for they are only words.

Tapping into the essence of love, softness, and beauty balances the transformation. So does sharing our experiences…even if only with a journal or the trees if need be.

Never before has the possibility…rather certainty… for a human collective of peace, harmony, and compassion been more prevalent.

What could be more beautiful?

6 Responses

  1. Juls

    I wanted to thank you for your deep sense of writings. I found your article from the subject ‘What Is A Healer’. I was looking for the meaning of the word and found the most touching answer through your writing. It was like a cool breeze on the hot desert. I admire and appreciate your blog and your beauty of being. Send my love of the heart. Juls.

    • Heather

      Thank you for your beautiful words, Juls. I am so glad that you enjoyed the post and found something of value in it. Beautiful Blessings to you.

  2. Shravaka

    Excellent…!!! Tired of all the Love, Light, and Bliss pretentiousness. While these warm and fussy attributes may be ultimately the end result, if True transformation is taking place, your message of the uncomfortable changes is demonstrative of what it will look/feel like for most. Well done.

    • Heather

      Humbled & honored, Shravaka, that you enjoyed the post. Thank you for your comments.

  3. Frances

    I totally relate! I am currently floundering, feeling lost and impotent, but am simultaneously trusting, joyfully expectant, and keen to step back in to what’s closer to our true nature, our true Home . .

    • Heather

      Thank you for sharing your comments, Frances. It does make a huge difference when we share our experiences, so that we can all feel supported and uplifted in the knowing that we are not alone in our transformation into Universal Beings.

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