Aug 212014
 
Artwork by Julie Massy

Artwork by Julie Massy

Drop your maps and listen to your lostness like a sacred calling into presence. Here, where the old ways are crumbling and you may be tempted to burn down your own house. Ask instead for an introduction to that which endures. This place without a foothold is the province of grace. It is the questing field, most responsive to magic and fluent in myth. Here, where there is nothing left to lose, sing out of necessity that your ragged heart be heard. Send out your holy signal and listen for the echo back.

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  9 Responses to “Listen to your Lostness”

  1. love your thoughts and beautiful articulation of them.

  2. Such balm on my heart to re-read your beautiful words laden with love, hope, bare-naked awareness. Thank you from my grieving heart.

  3. Lovely. I was laid off from a job of 6 years in June and have been sallying forth into rediscovery of my true path. It has been a time of facing self-doubt and insecurity, slaying old fears and naysayers. Your words provide a wise-woman ally. Thank you. You do more than you might know.

  4. Bless yo

  5. Beautiful echoing rinder of the vastness of the heart. X

  6. This has left such a mark on me today…. I keep dreaming of big waves, and old childhood houses and somehow, in a very remote place in my psyche, what you expressed here sort of resonates….its too remote tho for me to actually put it together….. i will try and tune into it in a more quiet moment… thank you for this Toko-Pa …..

  7. These words are so healing to me today, thank you for sharing these things.

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