Saturday, January 9, 2010

Purple Hearts a healing visualization

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Purple Hearts


"Simply by virtue of being human, we all already belong"

                                                        K A Z Mason


 My purple polka-dot  heart goes out to you dressed in the voluptuous bright pink feathers  of youth and flies out to the betrayed ones in their lonesome distress.
I know what it is to experience the passion of love gone wrong; -Sometimes it seemed as if  Love was just a game,just smoke and mirrors, not a real flame. My purple heart was broken so many times that I won a "purple-heart" medal for bravery!
The trouble with this of course is that "the purple heart" is that colour because it has been bruised black and blue when it should just be a healthy luscious pink color. We all started out with our hearts that color. And we  deserve to have our luscious pink hearts back again.


But how can we do that when all about are people scheming or jealous, deceipful and some very killing-minxes indeed?!
 

I myself have had much experience with the killing folk as they nearly took my life on a number of occasions. Why oh why the dangerous deceitful folk do not just wear labels on their foreheads warning us about them, I do not know...
But then I remember that this is so we can hone our wisdom and discernement. We are not in paradise yet  where we can drop our guard down yet.
(I had my guard completely dropped down for way too many years).

So this purple heart beats blood that is blue and mixed with red…- it hurts like crazy but it allows me to experience the greatest ecstasy. 

Are there really purple hearts for bravery, for this pain I ask? Maybe the only real medals we ever get are from the lessons we take from our experiences, the messages we receive to turn away from the negativity, release the  joy,  release our own true pink color, our own joy-filled selves...

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I am standing near the water...
I take off my coat and undo my "purple-heart" from its black-for-mourning, lapel.
I am no longer wearing the purple heart as a medal of bravery because I realize that I do not need to suffer to prove anything.

 None of us do not need to “earn” anything. Simply by virtue of being human we all already belong.
-Now I dance in an abandoned fashion, fifteen lively steps forward, and I throw my "purple heart" into the lake. I watch it sink slowly.
I leave it there sinking to the bottom of the lake like an offering from some Celtic past, bobbing under the healing waves, now washed clean by the pure unvarnished waters.


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