Monday, March 28, 2016


In each moment, the archetypal journey of the crucifixion, the resurrection, and the transfiguration is being illuminated within you.

While the forms that love will take – as certain relationships, life circumstances, and the way you thought it would be – will inevitably be crucified and resurrected, this is the way of form, and is evidence of wholeness. But love itself is that which is beyond birth and death, and is eternally transfiguring into greater levels of integration.

On this day of resurrection, the invitation is into the depth of your ripening vulnerability. Inside your body is a temple greater than even the sun and the moon.

In the inner sanctum, there are petals unfolding with new information for the way ahead. Look carefully. Listen closely. And feel what has been longing to be felt for so long. Provide a sanctuary for the unmet, the unheld, and the unintegrated to return home.

Honor the forms of love as they appear, but allow them to depart so that they may continue their long journey. Yes, your heart may break as they dissolve in front of your very eyes, but it is by way of this breaking that you may be resurrected once again.

Photo credit: “So long for this moment” – on the BC/ Alaska border, by Marc Adamus