A Spiritual Wanderer Thanks You
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Grateful for the Rooted Ones With Open Hearts
Quite a few years ago, my reality began to unravel. The constructs of my life were taken apart, slowly at first and then drastically around 2001, until almost nothing remained of either my spiritual path of service or my ideas about reality.
I was not alone in this unraveling, no, far from it. All across the world, wanderers were being created. We have, more and more, chose to let go of things, places, people, dreams, aspirations, emotional attachments. We’ve let go of things over and over whether it was clothes, cars, houses, dishes, collectibles, books.
I’ve simplified my life repeatedly since 2001. At this point, most of what I own will fit in my car. It’s now 2018 and I’m still downsizing. I let go of more clothes a month ago. Actually, I let go of them because they were part of a time in my life that was painful. I let go of everything from that time, as a way of also starting to let go from the emotional baggage I was carrying over what happened.
For those who know about the fast flowing river times prophecy and the 2012 prophecies, simplification is one of the choices we can make to ease transition in these globally transformative times.
I am a spiritual wanderer by choice now. It isn’t an easy choice. Neither was staying rooted an easy choice and, for me, no longer even a viable one. Fast flowing river times require simplicity. The more one tries to hold onto, the harder the journey becomes. Everyone is not letting go yet, or at least not to the extent that spiritual wanderers have let go of the defined life that most have been taught to live.
The ones who still work a job, pay a mortgage, raise children and grandchildren and build community are what I call The rooted ones. The rooted ones are so vital to this process and I have profound respect for those Divine Beings still willing to hold up the infrastructure of our current reality so that the transformative changes that have been prophesied and which are, in fact, occurring can happen more slowly and with more grace and ease. For me, being a rooted one became impossible for a long, long time. It is only now that I have let go of so much that I feel I could once again have a home and work without it defining me and trapping me in the collective consciousness of struggle.
I remember a book I read decades ago, just a novel of some sort …. in it, the main character says that she is amazed that so many people just allow her to wander in and out of their lives. I feel that way as well. I’m so grateful to have had so many spiritually aware people who are still rooted ones, by choice and in accordance with the Divine Plan, open their homes to this spiritual wanderer.
I want to say thank you today, to the rooted ones who have so graciously allowed me to rest, rejuvenate, wash my clothes and my body, eat, laugh and root in for short periods.
Loretta, Kathy, Lynn, Renee, Gail, Dane, Susan G, Susan C, Debbie and Lennox, Cathy and Ted, Joe and Kerrie, Lisa, Mom, Patty, Cecelia and anyone else I may be forgetting to mention.
I thank you deeply, from my heart.