Tag Archives: Mind Body

HOW DO YOU RIDE THE CHANGE?

How do you ride the change? (Though you may yearn to fight it, clear it. . .) How do you nix or take the risk while some straggling part of you yet trembles and lags back to fear it? How … Continue reading

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TO WAIT

To wait upon is not the same as, in the grander scheme, to serve. But, to serve anyone or anything, one must have power to wait. To change your rhythm, or perhaps sometimes, stop in your tracks, no matter how … Continue reading

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YOU HEDGE YOUR BETS AGAINST YOURSELF

You feel pinned in. It is not clear which card to play or pot to place your ante in. . . You up it, though, and hedge your bets. You fight a war against yourself. And think you’re bound to … Continue reading

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A PRAYER FOR THE KISS OF LOVE

Hey, you! (Me!) Please send me a kiss to every last cell of this, my one body. Free unshackle these ankles, these wrists, from the stall of the structure and spirit that, it seems, have gone limp and flat with … Continue reading

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JUST BE THERE

Just be there. . . This stickly moment seems to you, as you are in it, so mucked up that it’s hard as it can get, even if the muck is really very far from infinite. . . But, if … Continue reading

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THE KEY STRAIGHT THROUGH

Close your eyes. . . breathe deep into the dark +++++of your heart’s throbs +++++and constant flow +++++of your pulsing, warm insides. . . Let them fully know the obstacle– a long unseen, but felt, locked door– What is the … Continue reading

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I WILL OR WILL NOT– LAST OR FIRST?

Famous last words: “I will not (blank).” (The blank you fill). Famous beginnings (of paths bound for auspicious winnings): “I will! I will!” (Whatever it is, the blank you fill). Now and ever you’ll have both you and the big … Continue reading

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