Dissolving into Isness

I’m hanging out a bit with the Deida community again.  On a post there I wrote this quote, and it was quoted back to me as being helpful, so I thought I’d share it here.  It’s a part of my regular practice:

I ask myself, “What’s left in me when activism/action, surrender/release to God, and distraction are no longer options?”

It leaves me burning in the fire. It leaves me grieving. And when the full grief and the fire finally dissolve, i’m left….Open beyond myself…


1 Response to “Dissolving into Isness”

  1. 1 Nancy Smeltzer December 7, 2008 at 8:00 am

    Dear Gail, I get the beauty, passion, and power of what you wrote about the nature of “isness”. I just invite you to consider that you don’t need to go through the fire to get to the same place. My experience has been that while the writhing does work, it’s much gentler to just open up to Divine Love and let it pour in.

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