Magic

what was it that I set out to discover? was it the mystery? Perhaps a meaning. Perhaps it was simply a reason, a reason for now.

I remember awaking to the sound of my heart, or perhaps it was my mind… I don’t truly know. I remember the hollow feeling after a night of adventurous visions. I remember it was as if I didn’t belong to my body, only to my mind. I remember because I choose to. I hold onto that memory because it reminds me of all the times I chose  to forget.

During the countless times I daydream, the infinite mindscape in my head as it wanders and envisions dreams and hopes… as it traverses fears and realities into the infinite and magnificent possibilities of the universes. I chose not to forget for these and many reasons.

It makes me sick sometimes. To know how separated I have become while all the while yearning. It is the want and need which is starving me. The mirage in the desert which never quenches…

But alas, I digress. This began as a question…

what was it that I set out to discover?

Magic.

did I discover it?

Yes. 

did I capture it?

No. But I defined it, therefore it exists… and That… is enough for now.

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7 responses to “Magic

  1. Many of us yearn to leave the dense vibration that is a corporeal Human existence and return Home. However, we have not yet finished that for which we entered this World. To discover that Magic is returning to this planet is part of the answer. There is more and those who seek will find other pieces. Well and beautifully presented. I too wish something more and am seeking.

  2. Hawk… whenever I read or hear people express opinions and insights that mirror my own it makes me pause and believe a little bit extra… it just gets difficult to hang in when so many are trying to “burst the bubble” , you get what I’m saying. Thanks for your comment. 🙂

  3. Hello, Lovely Enreal…

    Left you something on my blog yesterday….

    We’ve been connected here in Blogland for a long time. You know I’m a ‘seeker’ myself. Funny thing is, something turned over in me in the last year or so. Perhaps it is a state of grace that gives me the relief I sought after years and years of seeking, and coming up with hardly more than more questions.

    I’ve discovered that for me, the seeking in and of itself IS the purpose within a whole array of ‘purposes’….and that there’s not just one. That thought liberated me. Because frankly, at almost 55 years old now, I was wondering what the heck I was doing ‘wrong’ since I didn’t appear to be getting the answers. LOL Making peace with one’s process is…liberating.

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