Most true thing I’ve read in a while
And deep prayers for those, similar to me,
where family members just left us to hang out to waste away.
We are the problem children.
The elephant in the living room.
The secret and the shame no one dares speak of.
All the while being told
Why don’t you just get on with your life.
The rage and grief inside boils and overflows
And we wonder why this planetary world system
I don’t want to hear one more
be all you can be
The time is now
BE your worst self
Yes I said that
Your very worst self
Within the container
To heal within
I don’t mean lash out
on society, racism
or self hate or self harm
I mean go deep within
Be the warrior for yourself
Hit that bottom
That dark night of the soul
That bitter agony of suffering
Let the rage scream out
Open the flood gates of the tears
and then only
Will authentic truth
Begin to bubble up
We are so afraid
Of these dark emotions
And so cancers rage
And it is all normalized
This level of depth
This wretched raw
Is it not
How more real and loving can one be
than to truly be present and honor
Don’t stop there!
Take a step further
Just one step further
Of believed in Miracles!
Where there are others
To be able to hold
Of your rawness
This deeply tender vulnerable beauty
And be your witness
Not afraid of what is arising
Rather in awe
And in that
Could that BE
It can Be
It truly can be
— Shema Satya
July 19 2019
A post note
Our healing does not end here
BUT it is important not to skip over the healing.
And when the healing is well underway
Then a song like “Hall of Fame” (see link below)
has substance, and can take root into ourselves
with a sense of CONGRUENCE within.
Where now we truly believe in ourselves!
And know we are a champion.
Just don’t spiritual by-pass before hand. please
How will you know the difference?
I can feel it
When, in lyrics like these
I can also feel love and abundance for all
Instead of coming from a type of
Me against the world
I’ll prove you wrong
And prove me a champion
We are all champions
And we find that through forgiveness
And liberating ourselves from our prisons within
Link to song and lyrics that is in one of Shema’s Albums
Fast forward song to 30 second mark where song actually starts
The Script * The Hall of Fame * inspired song YouTube link
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