Words that we use differ: logging, capturing, harvesting, quest, gathering, grouping, classification, reflection, visualization , and more.
Whatever the word we affiliate to present a certain definition on recording thoughts on a journal, let's make a profound definition to this deed .
For me writing is an activity of delving into my memories, sometimes softly, sometimes severely.
Like digging the earth to breathe clear air, clear air that approaches the plant’s roots.
This sense of "breathing" and freedom, can be comprehended only by those connected to the earth, by people who sense the soil moisture , people who are bounded with nature and seek deliverance from reality.
That’s the look of writing thoughts and ideas on paper, a crop on fertile ground, the trial to refine a barren land to become fertile.
Every time I open grooves, I feel a deep pain, an unimaginable grief pouring from a locked within me power, a pain that seeks its way to the Light.
Thoughts in the enclosed space of the mind remain like shadows, and when going out become transparent.
Among these considerations rooted actions have been jailed for years along with our experiences.
Lost dreams, great expectations, pain, sorrow, grief, anger, bitterness, anxiety, insults, jeers, abuse, denial, all of our experiences are now sinken in deeper levels of consciousness.
Experiences that have taken root, have become a pain trees with roots spread out everywhere in our subconscious.
An alien body in our body.
A pain-body as beautifully Eckhart Tolle regards in "The Power of Now."
A false self constructed by an also faulty “reality”, but compatible and very attentive to the needs of this world.
The barking of self can not be considered as the most pleasant pastime.
Without wishing to prevent you from such a procedure, I think it is best to inform you in advance.
The process is extremely painful.
How could someone testify whether the purification process of our true self, the carving I mentioned above, works out effectively?
Truly, by watching the numerless negative feelings that popping!
The four stages the soul experiences to achieve spiritual growth, the process by this growth is activated while you experience unexpected adversities and events.
3.Attempt to rationalism, bargaining
( The Kübler-Ross model, commonly known as the five stages of grief, was first introduced by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross in her 1969 book, On Death and Dying )
All this leads to humility derived from acceptance and learning.
There are also four types of love, to be experienced by soul for being healthy.
1.The love of Cosmic Consciousness🌸
2.The love of our neighbor🌸
3.The love for the Cosmic Cosciousness🌸
4.The love for your neighbor🌸
NEWSLETTER DECEMBER 2010 FROM "THE LIGHT OF THE DAWN"
© Katerina Kostaki
✨ 👉 You may read the Greek version of this newsletter on the following link ✨ : http://endlesslifejourney.blogspot.com/2010/12/blog-post.html
**I am so grateful to share with you my news !