One day shortly after I arrived on the Island of the Gods, I was on my way back home from the market with my daughter when I crashed my scooter into a very slowly moving car.
I can't recall the details of how it all happened, because it happened so fast.
All that's important to know is that I was unscathed other than a couple exhaust burns on my calf and some mild embarrassment.
All in all, I was grateful that it happened, because the people whose car I crashed into were so ridiculously nice and helpful and ended up driving away from the whole scene thinking, "these people are going to be my friends!"
... seven weeks, and only a couple brief conversations later, they gave me the keys to their two-bedroom, three-bathroom villa in Canggu for only a small portion of what they paid for it. Lol
At the time that I crashed into them, I was living in a hotel that I was loving, and had no plans for what the future might hold as far as my living...
You have the power to re-invent yourself anytime, and as many times, as you feel called to.
Not all dare to say yes to what life is calling them to be though because to say hello to a new evolution of you is to, in many ways, say goodbye to the old you.
It's to relinquish old beliefs, and habits, and addictions...
and it's to choose new thoughts, feelings, words, and actions that are in integrity with the new character you're birthing into the dream world.
And to be quite honest, at times, it can be fiercely confronting to choose a different way of being, as you turn your back to the old self who's begging and pleading for her life.
It can almost feel like you're abandoning yourself and it can leave you with a profound sense of loss, even though deep down you know that the old ways are no longer serving you.
You must literally grieve the death of the old self, and that's quite unsavory to the human.
One of the most profound...
So you're a spiritual being having a human experience...
I've heard this esoteric idea thrown around in new age communities quite often, but what in the fuck does that mean and how can you embody that wisdom in a way that's actually liberating, as well as useful for creating the life experience you desire?
The way that I best metabolize the paradoxical experience of life as a human, whilst knowing deep down in my soul that I am actually not human at all, is to utilize the metaphor of "the dream" as a basis for understanding.
What makes this metaphor even more powerful for me, is my ability to access my sleeping dream state as a reference point for garnering a semblance of an idea of how life as a ‘waking dream’ might actually work.
Let's break down the components of the sleeping dream:
You are all safe and snuggly in your bed, the world as you know it darkened out with your closed eyes, slumbering away, potentially sawing some logs...
And, let’s say,...
You're not a human... you just think you are.
What you really are is a time bender, a shapeshifter, a reality jumper.
There are no limits for you.
But, this is only true if you opt-out of your commitment to being a human, and instead commit to being a wHoly Human which is the fully lucid, divine magician of space and time you know you came here to be.
I'm not interested in bonding with the humans, I'm not interested in human relationships built on lack and co-dependency, I'm not interested in having human conversations...
I'm quite honestly, not interested in coddling the human in any way, shape, or form anymore.
Perhaps you may think I'm a dick for saying this, but think about it... if we all knew ourselves as infinitely powerful, sovereign gods would we ever engage in such things?
We'd all be standing squarely in our power, not concerning ourselves with wondering if the others are doing okay, if they'll like us, if we're pissing them off, if...
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