1.6.19: Thanks

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“Synchronicity is an ever present reality for those who have eyes to see.”
–Carl Jung

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And so yesterday I had this totally random conversation when I was at my favorite restaurant…I’m not going to get into the details here, but it really addressed a lot of stuff I’ve presently been thinking about and dealing with. It’s funny how you can look and look and look for the answers, and then you just order a pretzel as big as your head and the answers sort of come out of nowhere.

I just feel so much better. Not in a manic, “everything is solved” way, but just in a spiritual/directional sort of way. In terms of my writing, my situation and my sense of self. There’s a lot more to do, but I feel like a type of emotional burden has been lifted.

And of course, synchronicity is part of that journey, is part of that “validation” process where you ask yourself, “am I on the right path?”

Anyway, thanks so much to that person, and thanks to all of you who have been so supportive.

I think there is more I can write, but I’m going to just plan out my posts for the week.

Have a great Sunday!

6 thoughts on “1.6.19: Thanks

  1. *Jeffrey Combs voice* “And I looked beyond the seventh veil and it was there- I saw it, the Dusseldorf is REAL and the mustard was shown to me, to ME through the twisty breads and it WAS beautiful!”

    AA has that line about all of us being unable to look up unless we’re down on our backs, and Wilde had the quote about all of us lying in the gutters, but only some of us having the sense to look up to the stars above. I think years are cyclical because every new one starts with these thoughts for me, and that first, solid step on sure footing in each new year, however it arrives, is always such a wonderful feeling. Rock and roll, Val.

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    1. “I think years are cyclical because every new one starts with these thoughts for me, and that first, solid step on sure footing in each new year, however it arrives, is always such a wonderful feeling.” — so true!

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  2. Doxosophic Pantouflager

    Good Morning
    You heard of Marty Glass “Yuga, An Anatomy of Our Fate” , seems to jibe with your general riff. Have just got into it and seems quite powerful.
    Cheerio

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  3. J Equinox

    Hey I finally got to reading the blog! How did you find the time to write so much stuff? It’s not a criticism, I think it’s great. Its hard for me to string an email together sometimes. I guess everybody has their gift. I’m thinking of starting my own blog actually, maybe you can take a look at it when it’s up. Just keep doing what you love and good things will follow!! Peace!

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