The Moment Where True Work Begins

A poem on receiving each lesson when facing our mistakes. (Image: JPlenio, Pixabay) The momentwhen we think we have failed,this is where the true work begins. When arriving here,do lessreceiveeach lesson,an invitationrecognizing something new. Draw a boundaryaround what is yoursto metabolize,shed the reststillopen to feedbacksoft,malleableseeing selfthrough eyes of others… Reckon with this spacethe place where …

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When Encountering a Blind Spot

A poem on working with shadow, seeing beyond our own perspectives, and moving into where we most need to grow.  (Image: JPlenio on Pixabay)  When encountering a blind spot:pause, listen,go slowly hereso as not to miss true gift of peeringinto what is not yet seen.  Inner world and outer: discerning what is our ownfree of shadowand projection, unbound by habitand conditioning,land …

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Find the Way Out of Hiding

A poem on coming to know the parts of ourselves that have been submerged. (Photo: JPlenio, Pixabay)  Come to know these parts:selfsubmergedemerging,mixing with shadowsfinding freest version intimateeven with what has been cast off. What was disowned in order to survive?Find out.Call this back now,offer a seatdraw in what is neededrounding the circlein unionintegratingwholenessin service of truth. Tend …

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