Battered and bruised but still here…
Coming back to this blog after a two year trek thru the ego mind, I feel a lot like this guy… battered and bruised, but somehow still flying… Truth be told, in my furry of fear, I’d all but forgotten about maintaining a spiritual blog. With biking, moving, and randomly running in a million different directions, I hadn’t had much time for, or interest in, sharing my spiritual life, (though it’s been far from dormant!)
But alas, as luck would have it, I stopped running and the urge to blog returned. With renewed enthusiasm, I logged into the Go Daddy website to re-secure the Mere Awareness domain. The registration was unavailable: I was crushed. Angry at myself for losing what I considered the perfect name for my blog, I played around with other ideas. Taken – taken – taken … UGH! Finally, in frustration, I abandon ship and googled my beloved: MereAwareness.com. Determined to find out who had captured my prize. Low and behold it was me! Thank God for auto renew and a complete lack of book keeping during a tumultuous time.
So here we are Dear Reader, (my one and only reader who I love and value so), attempting to rekindle the romance. But like high school lovers meeting again in retirement, so much has changed, I am unsure of how, or where to begin.
My initial blog was a space to share spiritual, (psychic and mystical) experiences – to work thru them, each as a separate petal of a flower, while seeking to find the connection between them all. Yet as I sit here today, I’ve found that connection… fallen into non-duality… and lost the flower itself.
So how do I backtrack from here? Should I continue to describe the petals? Strange events and mystical experiences which have occurred throughout my life? Do I list the teachers I’ve followed? The books I’ve read? Classes I’ve taken? What’s worked? What hasn’t?
Dear Reader, (my one and only reader who I love and value so), if only I could ask what you wanted… If only I knew you were out there… Ha! Though truth be told, if I knew you were out there, I’d probably get back on my bike! 🙂