You are currently browsing the Chapter 21: Mixing Your Own Clay category

MIXING YOUR OWN CLAY

§ September 23rd, 2009 § Filed under Chapter 21: Mixing Your Own Clay § No Comments

  

You are an artist, sculpting more than just your life. The whole world is yours. And you have been very busy. Image credit: "Two Buds" collage by Susan

You are an artist, sculpting more than just your own life. The whole world is yours. And you have been very busy. Image credit: "Two Buds" collage by Susan

         The following night, I got together with my friend Susan. She came by after one of her evening art classes and we sat down to watch a documentary on TV. But instead, we quickly left on a long conversation about this spiritual adventure. As we talk about it, we often get quite animated and energetic, like we only have a few more minutes, even though there is generally no time limit. We sat and talked until 1:30 a.m., when I walked Susan home, extending the conversation another fifteen minutes.

            In our conversation, Susan made the comment “I hope I can meet my spirit guide.” with some enthusiasm.

            Later that night, See Do told me that Susan is much closer to a connection to a spirit guide than she may realize. And that it would do me good to listen more to what she says; that there is much wisdom in it.

           And he pointed out a moment in the conversation early that evening when Susan and I were talking about how this reality works. About how we all “call everything in” and how we make everything happen based on our understanding what it is we want. In our usual disjointed conversational pattern, Susan said “Oh, I wanted to tell you, I mixed my own clay today, for the first time.”  See Do pointed out that she had inserted a great metaphor for everything we were talking about. She had mixed her own clay. We all mix our own clay. We all sculpt the lives we live.

           See Do told me to pay attention, she has wisdom to reveal.

           — continued

Share