Disembodied spirit check-in
"Things are not ultimately things; they are constellations of energies."
Each month on the full moon, I excavate. I pull out my diaries, I re-read my dream logs. I see the trajectory of the path I am on. I know where I am going, because I look back and see where I’ve been. I write full-moon letters to myself. The Disembodied Spirit Check-in is a dream from three nights ago. It is a gift and a glimpse beyond the veil.
"You're on Earth. There's no cure for that." ― Samuel Beckett
We gathered in a dream — a check-in for disembodied spirits.
A man told me I was looking bright and brilliant — better than I had before. There was a loving warmth in his words, and a familiarity in the way he spoke to me.
I alluded to a recovery. Another spirit stranger piped up and asked if I had been dying. He thought by recovery I meant a terminal illness.
I was surprised at his question, as if he should have known me better. I said, “No, I’m on the life path/plan right now — same as you — we’re all dying.”
When I woke up I knew that by recovery, I meant something in the heart chakra that needed restructuring. A healing had occurred that made my spirit shine in the dream realm.
I was grateful for my disembodied spirit check-in. We were a family of souls catching up on each other's reality progress.
I considered how I could accomplish this in my waking life. How to conduct a disembodied spirit check-in with myself.
There's a divorce that needs to happen – between reality and the spirit. A disentanglement of your identity from your life path.
“How is it going?” Your spirit friends will ask you.
Failure, disappointment, heart break — you all laugh about it together.
That's just what it's like on the life track, someone will say.
You see humor in the hurdles.
You see the finish line and are in no hurry to get there.
No one is competing.
You hang back. You catch up with your friends.
You all look bright — like new stars just birthed.
If you’re wondering how you got here, I merged my full moon letter list with this newsletter: Many-Worlds Visions. A suggestion made by my friend in life and spirit Elliott Fienberg of The Sunday Bagel. He makes otherworldly music and he makes sense of creative chaos, and he is definitely in my soul family.
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