Posted by Louise LeBrun on April 10, 2013 at 4:19 pm
Given the recent circumstances of my life, I was drawn to listen to this invitation to remember who I am. Not always easy and not always fun, moving on is nonetheless both required and desired as evidence that Life lives, even when the things inside that life may fall away.
I hope it will prove as meaningful for you as it has been for me.
A recording by Louise LeBrun; duration = 5:46
It is not easy to let go of our need to have what ‘ was ‘ continue to be the way it ‘ is ‘. All that we’ve clung to for so long begins to fade into the background. As we let go, those movements and sounds so foreign to all that we hold as ‘real’ and ‘true’ and ‘right’, begin to increase in intensity and flow. Body, mind and spirit separate and become like the thick ropes of hair loosed from a French braid, resting in the palm of our hand… waiting… for us, once again, to weave them into new expressions and new dimensions that offer new meaning to who we might become.
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