To say that this month has been chaotic would be an understatement. I’ve been witness to a lot of upheaval, lots of drama and lots of change. We are also about to enter the “dark months” of the year, and introspective times are creeping up on many of us. Many of us are hearing our souls call to move into greater states of awakening. It’s important to find space, to breathe and to trust our process.
I am finding myself going back to basics, going back to the places where I first met the divine.
I can remember my grandmother telling us bible stories when we were young. We would sing “Yes, Jesus love me” and I can remember her having us place our hands on the TV screen with the televagelists of the time. My foundation is in Christianity. I can still remember the first time that I saw someone speaking in tongues, and have always had a deep fascination for how spirit grabs us.
I find myself going back to the beginning. Many turn an odd eye when I mention my love for my Christian path, and my deep love for it. For me, its more than a religion, it’s family, it’s memories of when things were easier, it’s where I first met the divine on this road. I just started reading Mark Townsend’s “Jesus Through Pagan Eyes”, and I’ll be posting a review on it soon.
I’m also going to devote another blog to my spirituality beginnings. I’m hearing the call of my past, and I’m taking time to sit with it. To open to my safe space, and to be more engaged in my process.
Where did you first meet the divine?
M. Brazell CFT CSN MAT PAT