Tales of a Double Virgo
(audio version down low 🙂 )
not the store, silly.
the gap can be HUGE!!!!
the gap can be teeny.
it can be closed in
or even a fraction of a moment.
the time it takes to blink.
‘these walls are so thin, you can hear someone change their mind in the next room.’ says my 95 year old client.
if the wall is thin
the gap is small
you would THINK
change would be easy….
wait, what are you talking about?!
what gap?! what wall?!
i’m talking about the gap
between what you believe
belief may have nothing to do with truth.
how many times do we make shit up in our heads?!
about who we are. what we can or CAN’T do.
what so and so thinks about us.
and on and on forever.
when a belief forms
it takes root.
and grows its branches in to every aspect of our life
coloring and flavoring HOW WE SEE AND EXPERIENCE THE WORLD.
even when those beliefs have no truth
even basis for exisiting
the roots and branches of the original belief
have spread so deep and wide
that the person CANNOT see beyond it.
when a belief is continuously fed
we all know those folks who have NO opening
in their belief system
will NOT budge
even consider another perspective on anything.
this past weekend
i had the opportunity
to watch MYSELF change
from a belief that i thought i believed
a place of total newness
when presented with ideas/concepts that made even more sense
than the current program i was running.
it felt like my mind cracked open
‘and the crack is the place the light comes in….’
the crack is where the light gets in!
why do so many attempt to seal the crack?
as if blinded by the light
that is wanting to pour in
to the dark scape
the crack feels good.
it feels fresh. alive.
like an eye upgrade.
that belief tree within
was starting to provide TOO much shade
i couldn’t see beyond anymore.
maybe the crack brings a chainsaw…..
buzzing off some of the branches
then some more.
maybe those people we bitch about
who cut or top off trees so they can have a better view
are really SHOWING us
to do within.
‘the wall is so thin, you can hear someone change their mind in the next room.’
ha! what the hell do i know?
is to take out a big ass magnifying glass
examine your belief tree.
trim some freaking branches
cut down the whole damn thing.
and allow the LIGHT to flood IN to the crack once more.
change. it’s not as scary as you think!
audio version 🙂