Point number one: I was on the elliptical for four-and-a-half hours today. I’m dull and weak.
Point number two: I listened to a live broadcast of Patricia Albere’s mutual awakening work tonight. It focuses on a shared consciousness between two people, rather than getting better at relating to each other.
Point number three: I want to write in my blog and have my words mean something.
The best I can do is quote what Patricia was saying tonight and add my two cents. So here goes:
You learn to place your consciousness so you can feel the other person like you feel yourself
(Okay, I’m just too tired to think. On the morrow)
And here’s the morrow. What would that be like, to be so “with” the other person that it feels like you’re inside them, feeling what they feel, yearning for what they yearn for? I want to find out.
To be seen deeply calls forth the depth of who you are
Jumping around trying to get people to see me. Here I am!
How can you possibly experience love if you aren’t seen?
Very rarely in my life have I felt truly seen. “Wow, this person really gets me.” Do people understand that my intentions are virtually always to enhance life, not diminish it? Do they understand that I want a type of contact with them that opens our souls?
I knew I was home
Geographically, it doesn’t matter where I stand. Home is an inside job, including both me and you.
We accept the assumption of our separateness. There is always a quality of being alone. I’m here and you’re there.
I don’t have to continue seeing it like this. I can choose something new and different.
We were together. I don’t remember the rest.
So simply and beautifully said, Walt.
A group which first sees each other before addressing their mandate and their tasks
Imagine a family, a team, a classroom, a church, a government. Makes me smile.