The Lace In My Head Mirrors the Cosmic Mind

There Is Power in Going Back to Source

 

I remember of those times when I was in so much discomfort that I was dying to find out the why of my anxiety and depression, and would give anything to discover and identify my own story with similar ones. Other times I would just look for some piece of advice and support, or just for information.

I would have never imagined that somehow, some day, I would dare to write a blog, and that I would write about this all. Like it’s been in another life, today I pain to remember – in the sense of “forgetful”, not “painful” , that I have been through pain and depression myself. Because I came out with such wonderful and empowering things I didn’t know about myself, the way I understand it now is that depression, instead of being a trauma and a disaster, is just a way to take us further on in life, in ways that we would have never seen possible. In spite of what all those in the business may choose to believe – that depression is a mental disease – I now see depression as a spiritual emergence.  Maybe if western culture viewed things from a different perspective, and would give credit to the fact that this world has a soul (that there is meaning and a sense to existence, and that we are not only endowed with a brain, but with a soul, too) if our society’s labels were different, maybe our suffering would be less. Until then, I hope that my writing may act as a beam of hope and may comfort others who are still in the darkness, by showing, by PROVING that there is a powerful light at the end of the tunnel.

Today I just want to show you that, simply by going out in nature and doing simple things like stooping down to every little thing that may capture your attention, you are tuning in to the invisible, but powerful forces that create, renew and increase life. There is nothing more powerful than reaching back to the original source that made this being that you are and built it from one cell to the 100 000 billion cells bundle of consciousness that you are now, capable of pondering – some from within pain, others, from within joy – over the meaning of it all.

These pictures I took with my I-phone camera during my two days writing retreat in the mountains may not ambition to participate in any photographic competition … but they keep intact the memories of the past summer, the excitement of the senses, the feeling of accomplishment and pure joy,  the assuredness that, by admiring and acknowledging Nature’s Beauty, I was participating to the Great Act of Creation. And you know what? Nobody can convince me that that was not true.

 

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There is thrill and danger in the bushes!
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There is thrill and danger in the bushes!

 

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There is thrill and danger in the bushes!

 

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There is thrill and danger in the bushes!

 

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There is thrill and danger in the bushes!

 

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There is thrill and danger in the bushes!
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There is thrill and danger in the bushes!

 

Besides my writing, these are the things that bring me tons of joy, refresh me and recharge me. Try to reconnect to the things that give you pleasure, that give you confidence, and power – one of them requires just to escape the dull routine of daily life, go out, escape. Blessed are those who can and will go out to reconnect with the Great Mother!

8 thoughts on “There Is Power in Going Back to Source”

  1. Ha, funny you saying that you have been told that your writing is “heavy”! This is exactly what I like reading about! I’m a bold, intense person, that only likes engaging herself in deep, meaningful things! If it is not meaningful and deep; if it does not lead to thinking, I am not interested. Love your writing, and most of all, what you gave to share! Dang, I’ve just found an awesome blog to follow! My mind is so bold, everything I feel is so damn intense, that while reading your posts I feel like I’m chocking in the mouth of my mind! Enough with superficial! There’s enough of it in the world out there. We need to think, meditate, analyze, go deeper. A hooray for you, my friend!

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    1. Thank you, Hanna; reality wants it, you cannot please everyone! I’ll just try and do my best and stay in the middle – if I can. Do I hear myself: “hard work”, “challenge”, …? I know I had a smile or two when reading your self description.

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