Lessons From Limbo

The Crossing

The Crossing

A PICNIC AREA IN FELT, OK — #MiracleLog #Emptiness

April 18, 2015 8:51 AM

I just noticed that the last five posts offered powerful insights into the four main qualities of Mystical Oneness. This was completely unintentional—not planned or even considered. It just happened…

What a powerful synchronicity. It feels as if this whole week has been influenced by Her intentions as She subtly guided and prompted thoughts and events and insights. Who could have imagined that a real-world, anyone-can-drive-to Limbo would have been so beneficial? Who would have thought it a place of Divine intervention?

Nonetheless, it’s time to leave this place. It’s time to move on.

12:38 PM

I hopped in the van, bumped down the dirt track to the nearby campground, and tossed my trash and filled my water cans. As I pulled onto the main road, the sun struck my eyes and I reached for my sunglasses as my mind recalled a short exchange with Michelle last week:

“You don’t wear sunglasses?” Michelle asked.

As I tried to see her eyes behind her dark lenses, I replied, “I left them in the van.”

The cartoon elephants gathered and consulted and fantasized a better reply:

“You don’t wear sunglasses?”

“I want you to be able to look into my eyes—so that you can see my Soul, so that you can see the Love, so that you can see the Emptiness.”

[Sound of chipmunks chattering as Michelle’s head bobbles backwards as I rewind the mental fantasy tape.]

See the EmptinessYuck, that’s not what if feels like.

[RECORD]

“You don’t wear sunglasses?”

“I want you to be able to look into my eyes—so that you can see my Soul, so that you can see the Love, so that you can see the… Vastness.”

Much better.

As I looked out over the vast rolling plains, at the clouds and shrubs and birds flitting amongst them, I thought, Vastness, yes… Vastness is so much more alive than Emptiness.

I think I’ll start calling it that.

Limbo. Who would have thought?

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2 thoughts on “Lessons From Limbo

  1. Best: look into her eyes humbly, not knowing what’s next. In that moment is love, joy, eternity. I were Michelle, I would just melt then and there. Opportunities of communion between souls. ♥

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