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Sunday, April 18, 2010

shell shocked, shell game...


saw the bigger-on-the-inside Chakra Carol last week, with the D... knocked me down... again. i swear, though, as literally crumbly as i feel when I leave there, over the course of the next week, i hear her words and space them out throughout my life and I find that I am able to actually see change. CHANGE.

damn, for something that is such a constant, sometimes its downright impossible to find.

so, just as a teaser for you... these are the recurring chakra carol shellshifting discoveries. . . :

1. most of the time, when you are angry, its a sign that you want someone to feel guilty.

2. we are far too tolerant of our own minds wandering.

3. We let far too many unacceptable things pass through our minds. . . its just a matter of time before we believe them or let them stay.


so chew on that one.. or three. . .

8 comments:

amyontheroad said...

always love your words, but that photo is aMAZing!

Anne said...

What a great memory in that photo. I love your posts, the poetry of your pictures and your note to Grammie. I wish I could talk to her as well. And yes, she'd tell us to just stop thinking so much and get moving.

xoxo
Anne

Viv said...

Hate to say it, but, the picture stole that post!

Mama Mama Quite Contrary said...

You look awfully happy in that photo! :-)

Jen said...

Okay, that Chakra Carol is one smart cookie. I am chewing on all three of her comments and I can't find a flaw in any of them. I think she's absolutely right! I appreciate that you are sharing her wisdom, that way I don't have to pay for my own Chakra Carol!

The picture, Oh the picture! It's very cute.

Jen said...

Oh, you're so beautiful.

And wow, I love Chakra Carol. I am going to reflect on the first one for a while, as anger is a big issue for me. Thank you -- please post more of your discoveries!

Amanda said...

I would argue that anger is fear. Does that jive with the wisdom of CC?

wifemotherexpletive said...

i don't think there is an arguement. both, even at the same time, maybe. fear and a desire to blame someone else. outside. yah?