I am here but you do not yet know it
hiding in the shadows from the sun
one day you will awaken
and see me for who i am
Our eyes met across the dance floor, I smiled at him and shyly looked away. I looked back and he was smiling at me again. I could feel the excitement building in my body. He moved nearer to where I was and began to dance next to me. I could feel the tension, the anticipation of what could be. Whilst he danced his hand brushed past mine, sending an electric shock down my arm. My heart jumped, my stomach lurched, my body tingled. I glanced sideways and again was met with a gaze from his beautiful brown eyes. To me he was picture perfect, and had an air of shyness about him which made him more attractive. As I looked at him and I smiled again, without saying a word, he leaned towards me. He softly took a hold of my hand. He lightly brushed my lips with his, he pulled away and we stared into each others eyes. He moved towards me again for another kiss, this time more intense and urgent. I closed my eyes and it was as if time stood still, I did not care who saw us, nor did it matter. I had found him. My twin flame.
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I have decided to choose a different blogging site each month to showcase on Blogizing. The reason I have decided to do this is because they are so amazing in their own right, but for some they go unnoticed. This particular site has come to me at just the right time. I am in need of some guidance as I feel at the moment I am in a period of my life when everything is being broken down and stripped away. I am a believer that this has to happen in order to let in the new and make way for better things, as well as giving you the time for personal and spiritual growth.
Imagine my surprise when I came across a site (with thanks to the author who has on occasions commented upon my own blog) and this site includes some free e-books. One of them being Transforming Suffering into the Ultimate Healing. Wow I thought, this is no coincidence that I have ended up here. http://gedepramascompassion.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/transforming-suffering-into-the-ultimate-healing-1.pdf
Gede Prama offers this site with its treasure of spiritual wisdom and encouragement. I would urge anyone to take a look as I believe there is something here for everyone: Ocean of Compassion
My favourite post by Gede is ‘Transforming Anger into Flower’, it makes absolute sense to me and it is lovely to be able to get clarification sometimes in life!
Enjoy my friends.
I am going through a transition period in my life, there have been rather quite a few difficulties thrown into my path which I have to stumble my way through. Luckily, I can see the bigger picture as I know it is the universe’s way of clearing out the things or people not needed in my life. Instead of trying to fight what is going on, I am doing my best to embrace it. It is still very difficult at times, and to the point when I am wondering whether I am in fact managing at all, whether it is all in my head or whether I am just going slightly crazy. However, most of the time I am coping rather well.
In embracing the changes and the good old ‘clear-out’ I have decided to clear out my home. I have been inspired by the article above which I found on the Zen Habits blog, which I stumbled across whilst reading another blog about keeping true to yourself whilst writing for your blog. Something I am trying very hard to do! I am a believer things are put into your path for a reason. I have been thinking my home is well over due a clear out and I even bought a book on Feng Shui the other day. I feel like things are a little stagnant and need help moving along. I have literally just found the article on Zen Habits minutes ago and I feel I have been led to it as a sign that my thoughts are correct.
My plan is to have a major clear out of all the things I no longer need or are not necessary in my life, and either donate to charity, take to the tip or sell. I plan to use the money I make to put towards a holiday for my children and I in the Summer. I feel we, as a family have culminated so much ‘stuff’ that our home feels full. It is not a nice feeling and I always feel that in order to grow you need room! Besides, my grandma always told me “A tidy home, is a tidy mind!”
Are any of you having the same feelings and thoughts? I would love to hear about them, so that I do not feel like I am an isolated case (as when I mention this to my friends they look at me as if I have gone daft in the head!)
I will keep you updated on how this goes. But I am determined to follow this through, and as I have a little time off work at the moment, I feel it is perfect timing. As well as this, Spring is coming, and there is nothing more pleasing than a good old Spring clean! Wish me luck! 🙂