Yes, I Can See You
“It’s dark because you are trying too hard. Lightly, child, lightly. Learn to do everything lightly. Yes, feel lightly even though you’re feeling deeply. Just lightly let things happen and lightly cope with them. So throw away your baggage and go forward. There are quicksands all about you, sucking at your feet, trying to suck you down into fear and self-pity and despair. That’s why you must walk so lightly. Lightly, my darling…” ~ Aldous Huxley
[dropcap]I[/dropcap]'m in a constant state of movement. I wake to the same thought, “Where’s today’s fix coming from?” I’m always on the hunt to see more, feel more, experience more, hold more (even when it hurts), love more… because I’ve learned my lesson: The only way out is through.
I’ve turned my back on everything I once knew. I’ve spent days, weeks, maybe even months alone, trying to comprehend the incomprehensible. I don’t fight it anymore: the fact that I’m different, that I’m aware of my ability to see things that most others don’t (at least they don’t yet).
It’s just a gift — or maybe a curse — I have. I can see things. I can understand things. I don’t know any other way. And since I can’t shut it off,
I’m forced to learn to live with it, one moment at a time.
What do I mean, precisely? I can look into your eyes and read volumes. I can experience your pain, your happiness, your dreams and your insecurities. It has always been this way. I just know. My whole body feels you, and without thought,
I know you.
I can see you… your path… and in the process, it’s as though I become you. From there, of course, I could make suggestions for a better life (couldn’t we all?)… But I won’t do that. I will only feel you, hear you, stay neutral, and put aside my reactive emotions, as I watch you unfold before me.
And with a silent prayer, I wish you well on your journey. That is what I have taught myself to do: wish you well. Stay uninvolved.
Grow myself in some otherworldly way, so that my consciousness itself, instead of just my words, can support you in finding greater joy, greater oneness.
No, it’s not my job to fix you… I will, however, learn from you.
The Psychic Pathway
A workbook for Reawakening the Voice of Your Soul -- By Sonia Choquette “I like the word psychic because no one knows exactly what that means, and it doesn't mean the same thing to any two people. For me, being psychic means being able to look at someone and know who they really are.” Read the Book >
Because I can see you… because I can understand you, even in my solitude, I understand we are one. I feel your pain to see mine. I feel your happiness to expand mine.
And although there are times in which the vibration is so strong that I feel I’ll leave my body with the next breath, I won’t give in to the temptation. This is part of the plan — my growth.
I will ache and I will shine. It’s all the same.