How the infusion of San Miguel may have effected me...
|A portal in San Miguel that captivated me.|
As I stepped through this beautiful, organic, hand constructed, gateway in San Miguel, it felt like stepping into a giant size fairy house. I loved the structure so much. I day dream about building one here in my giant garden fairy setting.
Metaphorically, as I stepped through this portal in San Miguel it was an entry for the infusion that I went for.
Today, I want to begin sharing with you how the infusion of San Miguel may have effected me. Please bare with me. The whole narrative is complex with many layers of my thoughts, my stress, my history, my future, my day dreams, my reality and my sanity. (Or lack thereof.)
I can't reveal this truth all in one day for three reasons. One, I can't even organize my thoughts in outline form. Two, It would be too long. And more importantly, it is an ongoing discovery on my part. And yours too if you are interested.
I want to share this beginning and the unfolding story in short regular entries.
|It was like a giant fairy house entrance.|
In San Miguel, I opened my heart and soul to an infusion of clarity. That is what I need to chronicle here and now.
Oh , Yes, yes, Please. I cannot wait to read of your journey into your heart in San Miguel. It sounds as if a healing took place in your creative center. Thanks for letting us ride along as we listen and watch the new places it takes your art. xoxoReplyDelete
Thank you Cynthia, I hope I can do this. I feels very raw but I really want to make the record of it.Delete
i love that on the first day when we all set our intentions for the week you choose the word infusion. i loved even more on the last day when we shared a word to best encapsulate our personal journey, your word remained the same, only this time when you said it; it seemed to contain an entire world of possibility and healing. i am so honored to have met you on your creative journey as you resurface in deeply meaningful ways. may we always open the doors of our hearts in ourselves, and in each other. xo
Thank you dear Rebecca for sharing with me your infusion of love and caring and confidence in me.Delete
Sending love and whatever support I can offer as you share your story.ReplyDelete
Thank you Judy, you are in my story!Delete
Sounds interesting, mysterious but familiar. The garden, village, whatever, sounds like it opened you. It's good of you to share, Ta.ReplyDelete
I have positive tears running down my cheeks. and I am looking forward to your journey Sharon, as raw as it may be. when you share like this, you give so much to others, having no idea where they might be on their personal journey...or that others may share strengths and truth to pass on to others benefitting from your exposure and truth. thank for GIVING. XOReplyDelete
Thank you Wanda, it is a personal journey that unfolds daily.Delete
I eagerly await this unfolding story, Sharon, knowing in advance that it will be an inspiring journey. I am so glad I met you on the pilgrimage. xoxo luluReplyDelete
Sharing the seat on the bus was so special. Thank youDelete
Well, there are many pilgrims who support you, Sharon, including this one. Look forward to reading your next installment.ReplyDelete
Kathie, for some reason knowing you were going to be there in the second group made me feel like you were their with us. I thought about you so often while there. I guess because I feel like I know you through my classes.Delete
Sharon, this is SOOO special, thanks for including us in it. I have felt for a long while that there has been something that you needed to share. I feel like i am walking with you in this, felt I got so close to you when we did Diary of Face. There was something very special for me in that course. I want to hold your hand and walk with you on the journey. Thanks also for my meeting "Flowers" through you, she is an amazing girl. Tread softly we are right next to you. Lots and lots of love Heather Cape Town.ReplyDelete
Holding hands feels goodDelete
San Miguel was a changing experience for me as well - the place and its people and two groups of pilgrims. I look forward to walking this with you and look forward to hearing about your journey and labyrinthiocity. Cheers friend!
Hi roommate. Many labyrinths are on the wayDelete
I want to follow your story. I noticed a difference in your spirit in San Miguel: you seemed like a butterfly emerging from a cocoon and you are so beautiful
Sally, if I didn't tell you in San Miguel that I enjoyed the journey with you, I'm telling you know. You and your group are so brave in travel.Delete
Something funny happened with my comment. I wanted to say that you opened your heart - I was excited for you. Just my humble impression. So nice to know you dear heart. xoxoReplyDelete
It sounds like events came together in a perfect way to effect this infusion...it sounds incredible and I cannot wait to know more!ReplyDelete
Hello Texas friend, someday we will meet on a journey. Be ready for it!Delete
Thank you for sharing your continuing story and thoughts, Sharon .. we have so much to earn from each others' journeys!ReplyDelete
So true Anne, Thank youDelete
I think it is wonderful and rather brave of you to share your journey. I always learn something from you and expect it will be the same as I read this series of your experiences.ReplyDelete
Coffee is good this morning. Yes?Delete
I hate to hear that you have been struggling, but I can see that this trip has a profound affect on your life, heart and mind!!!!! Can't wait to journey with you!!!!!ReplyDelete