The More Wonderful Life Is

The Ponderosa

The Ponderosa

NEAR ALPINE, AZ — #Encounters #Intimate #Radiance #BATGAP

May 9, 2015 1:11 PM

I rolled over and opened my eyes just as the first flakes of snow started to fall. A raven sat on a branch outside my window, eyeing the white dust and fluffed up his feathers. Two other crows sat on branches further away, oddly calm and quiet as the new light glowed softly in the air.

I had a Skype video call with Michelle this morning. Partly to test this location for the BATGAP interview, but also just to connect. Phone and video are so much more personal than emails—much more can be said, much more can be felt.

It’s funny how differently I see Michelle than the way she sees herself. She often sees herself as having issues, while I see her as this wonderful radiant Light with a little bit of noise swirling around inside it.

Afterwards, I sat in the sun, trying to warm up and did a little mental energy work on Michelle’s chakras.

With that done, I put on the headphones, set Leona Lewis’ I See You on repeat and walked through the still ponderosa pines to a stream I stumbled onto yesterday. I found a tree that had fallen across the clear running water, so I sat down on it and listened and looked and dissolved into Her.

Who am I?

I don’t know.

Where am I going?

I don’t know.

What does my future hold?

I don’t know.

But the funny part is—and I would never have believed I’d been capable of this before—is that I don’t care.

There seems to be so little of me left.

Yet I feel so light and so happy.

Walking through a dream
I see you
My light in darkness breathing hope of new life
Now I live through you and you through me
I pray in my heart that this dream never ends

— Leona Lewis in I See You

“Now I live through you and you through me.”


The less there is of me…

The less there is of me, the more wonderful Life is.

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One thought on “The More Wonderful Life Is

  1. “Where am I goin’?
    I don’t know …
    When will I get there?
    I ain’t certain
    All I know is
    I am on my way”

    That’s from Paint Your Wagon.

    Another perspective is from Black Elk, the Oglala Sioux medicine man known for his visions, who said every place is the center of the world when one walks in a sacred manner.

    These tidbits are just my way of wishing you well.

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