Thoughts

Washing dishes, mindlessly,
Thoughts swirl through my head.

Pushing the vacuum and wiping up dirt,
Thoughts swirl through my head.

Soaking in the tub
And washing up in the shower,
Thoughts swirl through my head.

Mowing the yard, around and around
In circles, watching blades of grass,
Thoughts swirl through my head.

Driving down long stretches
Of easy highway,
Thoughts swirl through my head.

Ideas pop in and jump
From though to thought,
From idea to idea.

Sometimes in a straight line
And other times in rambling, winding paths
That go on far too long.

It’s fun when the ideas
Are wanted and welcome.
Solutions and creative expansion.

And not so much
When they’re fear-filled rambling.
Old wiring dissolving, leaving.

Eventually, time passes
And the fear beings to leave.

The rambling changes from
Endless rabbit holes,
Into more discreet and pointed pathways.

One day at a time,
One moment at a time,
My thoughts shift and change,
Until the old familiar rambling returns.

♥                                                            

Going through a Kundalini awakening process is a process of ascension. And as plainly as I can describe it, it’s a process of a person’s awareness opening up, increasing, as they healing things in their life. It’s a process of a person’s lens of perception changing, and then changing further, and further.

As it’s been happening, I notice more and more in life overall, without becoming emotionally upended. It’s being able to walk through life without judging people or events as good or bad, because I can see life through everyone’s eyes.

It’s being an incredible and at times beyond challenging experience that is very literally rewiring my thoughts, my brain, my consciousness, my body. Everything.

 

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About mariner2mother

I'm a mother of a twice gifted 15 year old son, and a former merchant ship's deck officer. To feed my creative side I take photos. I am also Reiki attuned and am a student of Energy Healing, having used several healing modalities to work on myself and my family. Our most recent adventure has me homeschooling my teenager and going through a spontaneous Kundalini Awakening.
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3 Responses to Thoughts

  1. candidkay says:

    So, I’ve been reading one of Martha Beck’s book. She says when we get stuck in thoughts/fear/worry, etc., we need to get to wordlessness. Nature, dance, music, intense concentration on learning something new–all work. I’m realizing I’m happier there than anywhere else.

  2. Jami Carder says:

    I do my best thinking when I’m doing something routine, like driving or dishes or taking a shower. I’m not familiar much with this type of awakening you talk about, but I sure do relate to the description a lot.

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