Into The Void

 Posted by on June 4, 2014  Add comments
Jun 042014
 
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Caroline Myss wrote about her model of the Archetypes in her book Sacred Contracts. Caroline says that learning about Archetypes is like learning another language – the language of your soul.

“By developing archetypal language, you will grasp the whole of your life with a level of spiritual clarity that can heal the emotional and spiritual wounds you have accumulated and fill you with awe that your life is also of great importance to everyone you encounter. It becomes possible for you to trust that everything that is meant to come your way will arrive in due time, that you will be with the right people at the right moment, and that divine guidance endlessly flows into your soul. It can’t be otherwise.”

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  2 Responses to “Into The Void”

  1. Void – without contents; empty. Well where do we begin? Before I read your words I was filled with such a strong sense that your image was anything but “void” like. The sky, the clouds, the very essence of life itself. Then I read you words and was forced to look for a new meaning for “void” – perhaps the unfamiliar is “void” like because we do not recognise what’s there and we see emptiness and move on. What a mistake! Trust is frightening, just like the void. Listen to the sounds of silence and trust that you will hear your inner voice. Who am I? Suddenly the void is full of life, the essence of you, me, everything, just like the sky and the clouds. Stop, listen, feel, participate. Every interaction has meaning, don’t rush on by. Jump into the void and soar. How hard is that? Thank you so much Pauline.

  2. It is great how people see things differently. Rather than into the void, this image evokes two responses. One is that reach for the sky response. The other relates to the soft clouds – gently leading me in one or the other direction – floating. Like it.

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