Feeling Solid


Yesterday I was telling my friend Mary – who is going to kill me when she sees this – that lately I have been feeling very Solid. “Solid” is the way most people feel most the time, but for me, it’s miserable.

Because of all the preparations for Act IV – getting the RV ready (right now I’m in a Subway waiting for new tires to be installed), saying “Goodbyes” to friends, getting rid of all my stuff, still trying to meet my programming commitments, etc. – life has been very full and busy and noisy. The mind is always spinning – trying to solve problems, raising fears, calculating and planning and revising. I honestly don’t know how I used to do it – living the Solid life full-time.

Soon though, soon, I’ll be able to get back to the Liquid level. Get back to the stillness of the Soul and Spirit.

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One thought on “Feeling Solid

  1. Create stillness from within. Perhaps a solid state frightens you, because it represents being ‘out of control.’
    Remembering: Across the foyer stood a man, holding a black robe of some sort. We watched as he appeared to sheild himself, there in the lobby of the library. The hood left visible a face; no identifiable markings, just a glimps of that face.


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