Apoxee trail hike -Kristeen Lagroue
The soul is fragile… amazingly fragile. And the most interesting part about your soul is that you may not even notice that parts of it are missing, until you wake up one day feeling like you blacked out without knowing when it happened. Soul fragmentation usually occurs as a result of trauma, yet I went through 28 years of life not even noticing I was broken to pieces. It took listening to soul retrieval tapes over and over, to see just how much work had to be done before I could feel whole again.
In life, more important than understanding your surroundings is understanding who you are, as no one can truly make a difference in the world without first knowing themselves. This post I write because I know just how difficult it is to have gifts that take time to master, and I am still learning like a baby. Being an empath who is clairsentient and who has a crystal aura… trust me, I get it! But as I go there are some important lessons I have learned, and if someone else is going through that path, this may just be a shortcut for them.
A word within a word is a little trick you learn to write. A language within the one you know, the one that is uniquely yours. Leave the talking to those who have a voice.. leave the talking to the world outside. Leave the present for those who accept it, and leave the future for those who know that a word written on a blank page, and a thought rising from the crevices of the mind carry emptiness unless we breathe life unto them.
Funny how we are universal, both destroyer and creator, and even nothing at all. Invisible passerby as invisible as the air you need, invisible as the water you crave, as the light that brightens your path. Yes, a word within a word is but a powerful creation. Difficult to comprehend, but a language that is uniquely yours.