The Aspect Of My Life

Tuesday, May 11, 2010


This is what it feels like for me when I do readings/divinations:

I sit in a dark theater, a heavy curtain draping a large movie screen.  There is moment of trepidation as my ego tries to hang on and there are doubts as to whether the "cinema" will come in clearly, if there will be problems with the movie reel or if the curtain will part.

As I settle in, the movie slowly starts to come alive.  I gaze upon the symbols, this language of the Spirit, and the movie moves from black and white to technicolor.  The challenge then becomes the translation, while watching the movie at the same time.  It is the same type of challenge one would encounter if watching a foreign film, trying to translate to the person in the theater next to you, and continuing to watch the film and not loose your place within the movie.  Only what I am watching moves at warp speed and with much more fluidity.  Sometimes words or visions completely evaporate before I can get to them.  I sometimes find myself interrupting people because I know if I do not speak of what I see, the image may quickly disappear.  My day to day life is like that as well.  While having a "normal" conversation, I may get a visual that wants to be relayed to whoever I am in conversation with and I try to get it out as quickly as possible before it is gone.  Then I can resume talk about the weather:).

I have met a few people in my life where words are not necessary.  Those are the times I love the best.  I don't have to slow myself down for translation and can move out of the slow mode of language.  It feels like moving from a dial-up connection to high speed.  As technology has gotten faster and faster, I am hopeful our brains will no longer be able to keep up and we will revert to the language of the heart, where no words are necessary.


  1. Oh,thank you for adding the name/url option! (I was talking to you when I posted a while back that I couldn't post on certain blogs because they wouldn't verify my Wordpress.)

    Thank you for sharing this experience. I hope we get to meet up on the road some day.

    Thank you, too, for you encouragement. We solo women RVers need to stick together!

    My sister Joey wants to have a gathering for full time solo women nomads. I wonder how many we are?


  2. Oh, Jennifer, it is so good to hear from you! We seem to be traveling such similar paths.
    In my experience, I have not met many solo women nomads. We are certainly an oddity:).
    Let me know when the women will be gathering as I would love to attend. I do so hope are paths cross.

  3. One the goals I've come to have while getting prepared to go fulltime, solo, is learning to live more from my heart. I cry tears of longing each time I think or read about it. I want, I want, I want. I will get there. Thank you for your blog. See you down the road

  4. In my experience, there is a lot of preparing before the actual reality. I spent lots of time looking at RVs online and yes, wanting. When the time is right, hold on to your hat, because it may just move very quickly!

  5. Dear Susan,

    I think about the other solo women nomads, a lot. I hope, hope, hope that we oddities will all meet up sometime!

    Take care,