Lost in Yin-yangst
The yin, the dark swirl, is associated with shadows, femininity, and the trough of a wave; the yangst, the light swirl, represents brightness, passion and a feeling of deep anxiety or dread, typically an unfocused one about the human condition or the state of the world in general.
Too many directions and options.
Oh well. Life marches on. It is funny how the constant emails and mailers for Publisher’s Clearing House keep me dreaming of winning a fortune to relieve my unemployment. (Lack of cash flow) I know that campaign 8800 is still going, and it was not distributed December 23rd as advertised. I hang on to the February 24th date simply because of the campaign number. Silly me. I keep trying to manifest it…
I am about to break. Intention is likely the area I am lacking. I may spread myself too thin. Or, not praying correctly. How can I describe my attitude toward churches? I would’ve thought joining the Conejo Valley Unitarian Universalist would be a good fit. But, when it came to signing the paper, I decided not to. I just don’t want to wedge myself into the congregation.
I guess I am all over the map with no anchor. I am reminded of Frank Perretti’s book, The Chair. He taught of the need for an anchor. I will take that one step farther and say that anchor exists in us all. It is our link to The One in our center. That is the only true anchor. The only true way to be grounded. Connect with The Source! Become an Introvert. Intention is Source and Source is Intention.
Repetition is the key to retention. Remember to repeat this often and repeat this often to remember.
Clarity is within reach… but my third eye needs a monocle. I can see clearly now my brain is gone.