Mystic Writer

Peeking out to see if there is a real world out there...

Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Color Commentary



Nicky wrote a comment that was truly beautiful and inspiring, and I wanted to bring some attention to it. What an amazing thing to call the person of your desire into your life. And I loved Nicky's perspective on finding the right one and how perception helps the odds. I think she is exactly right.

I feel like I've known TB forever, and sometimes I feel like she is a long lost part of me. The sense of completeness in a relationship is not something I have ever felt before. I am thrilled that Nicky has found her 'one', both for her and for the knowledge that it is possible.

I am also thrilled to find I am not the only one who sees the colors and impressions. Sometimes it's kind of lonely being me! I'm guessing everyone feels that way about something.

Anna's comment is wonderful because she gives credence to the belief that there are ways of knowing things about people that are not explicitely attributable to 'normal' senses. It intrigues me that for Anna her perception is less tangible than it is for Nicky and me, but in all our cases it seems undeniable.

I love it when a blog posting generates such remarkable comments! Thank you both so much.

3 Comments:

  • At 1:18 AM, Blogger Nicky said…

    Hi Mystic. I am flattered that you found my comment inspiring! Wow!
    :-))
    Don't be lonely - there are tons of people out there who relate to what you are saying...and share the same kind of experiences - you just gotta be open to finding 'em.

    I just love your blog so much I find it really inspiring. Keep it coming. :-))

     
  • At 12:33 PM, Blogger watersmile said…

    Hello.
    to be honest with oneself is essential. I think it's amazing and wonderful that you are so aware of your feelings and perceptions. that you care enough about yourself to express and explore your interior self. I believe that if more of us took this genuine route, the world would find itself running more like water and less like the compression and blisters caused from wearing shoes which are too small for feet that have forgotten the meaning of barefootedness.
    your blog is inspiring because it is real, thank you.
    I have a suggestion. perhaps imagine your son in his adult years. and he is coming to you with his own problems, would like you to suggest what he should do. say that he finds himself in an unsatisfying marriage, a mundane job and heavy feelings of obligations because he has a child, a family, but no passion.
    what would you tell him to do?
    how long does life last?
    and at exactly what point does one begin to live their life the way they would like to?
    like you said, no matter what you do the path includes pain. for yourself and others around you. however, to carry around the weight of your own sorrow, just to spare everyone else, is in fact painful for the entire world. take care of yourself foremost. allow your path to include love, first. allow yourself to make decisions and changes which will bring you direct satisfaction and pleasure. embrace your connection with TB as a symbol that passion, truth, love and the sense of power are yours. if you will accept. the good things this life has to offer us are are carrots in the soil, waiting to be picked and eaten. as opposed to simply rotting away in their own existance with no one to even know it was there at all.
    truly. It is fantastic that you enjoy nature and walking. I live in Montana and I certainly don't take enough hikes.
    Finally, I would like to say that positive affirmations have really helped my life. Saying things like I am open to recieving love. I am open to recieving a hug. I am open to the possibilities of my summer employment. I am open to making new friends. I am healthy, I am strong, I know exactly what I am doing. even if you don't.

     
  • At 3:23 PM, Blogger happyandblue2 said…

    I like the picture and the story. Sorry I have nothing intelligent to say.

     

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