Beloved, I was asked by one of my clients to guide a group of her women friends in a conversation for being divine. It is such a joy for me. Each woman brings her own take on manifesting herself as Goddess — as her Soul’s purpose — igniting her curiosity and allowing it to take shape.
I’ve invited us to explore who we are. I said, “We aren’t who I thought we were: a body/mind. We are a Soul, an eternal energy, lent to a Human Body and its Mind for a lifetime of the human experience. The Soul is pure Love, here to expand the human experience.”
Together we tease out what it means to co-mingle the human beings’ aspects of “being-doing-having” and the Soul’s purpose to bring light where there is darkness — to bring love where love isn’t. Each of us is choosing different avenues to maneuver our divine Universal Being, our Soul/Goddess, in our everyday experiences and challenges.
“Who is the Goddess?” asked Laura M this week. What a great question and one of many I have dwelt in since 1969 when my friend Marilyn C called to say her husband, pilot Roy, had been killed when his helicopter carrying wounded soldiers was shot down in Vietnam. We were only 22 ! I cried, whaled really…knowing my own husband was in harm’s way, Who am I? What is my life for? Could this be all there is?
Is That All There Is, sung by Peggy Lee, 1969
Is that all there is?
Is that all there is?
If that’s all there is my friends
Then let’s keep dancing
Let’s break out the booze and have a ball
Who or what was the inner voice that captured my heart and was beckoning me from time to time. When stillness prevailed and my mind stood quiet, I heard Her. The Goddess was awakening and my connection to Spirit was forming shape.
Now 45 years later, I listen for the voice within me …God, Spirit, Allah, Jesus, Shekinah… whomever She is called, whispering her love for me, ushering in new ideas and readying me for new opportunities. Pure love enveloping me and inviting me to play full out in bringing love and light, abundance, ease and joy into life… into this world too long suffering in lack, struggle and pain.
… more to come.