Yours, Mine and Ours

Yours, Mine and Ours

Discerning energies of others and self, embodying their truths

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Before his, it was ours
hers not being told
by another storyteller
yet embodied by personal infliction.

Sitting with a pull — fear entering thought
transparent understanding
something greater than you and I.

Mine eyes affix on pain — suffering
of written words misconceived by
loosely translated truths
shallow to the touch of every breath.

Discerning energetic pull
from North, South,
East, West and every directional
the passing of coyote’s step.

Tricksters united — squelching
barks from another den
dissipating in changing wind —
heart’s coming home.

Mastery of self — understanding
yours, mine and ours
first person transformed
into third-person singular.

I to We, energetic beings are they
healing self, healing neighboring
villagers unfeeling — ways
from past to present — future self are we.

~Ani Po

Inspired by Camille Grady’s piece, Emotional expansion. When reading her piece, my mind began seeking out understanding of personal travels through contemplation of energies.

Mastering our own, discerning other energies involvement, allowing attention to go where it is needed — calling on aid from the ether, silently giving where we can, as not to drain our own energy.

Willingly, giving everything — taking necessary recovery time to regain strength for another day. The difference being, before doing our own shadow work — drained, with slow recovery time. Having done our work, recovering at faster rates — allowing us to lend a hand when needed.

Realizing we are the spark of something greater, realizing we are the whole of its entirety.

This is where Camille Grady’s piece took me. Please give it a read and share where it takes you.

Loop pedal struck a song of observation, please give it a listen…

Much gratitude for those who take time to read, ponder, and allow the inner workings of self to come forward. Grateful for the feedback, love shared, and, more importantly, the Dance with Inspiration. Deep Peace.

Joseph Lieungh

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