There have been times in recent weeks when I’ve felt like I’ve been living in the Twilight Zone.
One the one hand, I’ve never felt more connected to who I am, thanks in large part to my new understanding of the Three Principles, which I first learned about from the book “The Inside Out Revolution,” by Michael Neill. This knowledge has changed everything in my life for the better: so much so that I’m now teaching it to others.
On the other hand, there have been times when it feels like I’m not grounded at all. Let me assure you, this is not a bad feeling. I’ve gotten used to it, this sensation of floating and not worrying about where I will land.
Yesterday was a particularly interesting day for me. I went to see a friend of mine in a one-woman play. A few weeks ago, she had told me she was rehearsing it, and I was fascinated that she would take on such a huge acting challenge. I was also interested because I’ve thought about taking my memoir upon which this blog is based and turning it into a play — preferably a one-woman show.
On my subway ride back home after the play, considering the possibilities of what I might create, I again found myself in that floating space, as if I had become unmoored from a ship and was riding the waves, knowing that eventually I would make it to shore but not worrying about what might happen to me in the interim.
So if you were to ask me where I am right now, I wouldn’t have a real answer for you. I’m somewhere in the ocean, floating my way toward something …