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Close to my heart
|Posted on March 4, 2018 at 10:54 AM|
Technically I don't read words or hear them, I feel them. I feel their frequency in 5-D+ which if you could visualise, floats above time and space. An aerial view of the landscape of past, present, future and multidimensional expanding versions of all.
I feel the strength and weakness of the energy of a grouping of words then tweak and type till the resonance I feel within you matches the feeling inside me. A few paragraphs can take several hours spread out over multiple days.
It's almost impossible for me to see a missing "s", an "ed", a misused word or a fundamental error in grammar. Sometimes my writing will shift from present to past to future all in one sentence. To me they are all here now.
When I read back what I write it's within a loop of the feelings flowing through me to you and back to me, taking place on a screen or page. The closest I can get to grammatical editing is to have it spoken to me so I can feel it outside myself.
As much as it pains me to discover errors after the fact it's nothing in comparison to posting something that hasn't been completely tuned to the frequency of the intent. The Future and A Call to the Divine Feminine in all of Us are two of my writings that have sluggish sections. Just feeling the title of the second is like wading across a river of mud. Lol Like a handful of words awkwardly dancing out of step with content that is moving with the harmony of it's message. To reread discordance in a larger piece is like something pulling my solar plexus in conflicting directions. I imagine it's more like writing musical notes than words.
In the end I except both the typos and the energetic missteps as lessons in humility, rejection of crippling perfectionism, trust that you'll feel and find the message and most importantly that life is to be shared now, real and beautifully human.