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Putting Humpty Together Again

August 15, 2010

I notice that many discussions today have to do with being uplifted by the energies prior to Ascension, but I don’t see as many discussions about the way I’m feeling.

I have a sense of a very slow process occurring within myself. I’ve called it on previous occasions “emergence,” but I now feel it more as a process of drawing myself together again.

In the nursery rhyme of Humpty Dumpty, Humpty had a great fall and smashed his eggshell self. All the king’s soldiers and all the king’s men couldn’t put Humpty together again.

But apparently these energies can. I feel Humpty Dumpty coming together again.

And there are some very interesting features of this very slow development. It’s as if a very competent group of warriors was assembled, only to discover once the troop is together that they already know each other and have a recollection of having worked together in the past.

But none of them had that memory prior to reassembling.

A new me, a more competent me, is arising and, as it does, I have this sense of having known this state and condition before. It’s like a reunion.

Rip Van Winkel awakens. Braveheart forges an army from a ragtag band of farmers.

It’s like being healed of some primordial split. The dumbing down of thousands of years is being reversed.

I wonder if, as the process continues, it will blossom, in the end, into a cessation of duality. All I can say at the moment is that I feel more confident and less needy as the process continues to unfold.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. June H permalink
    August 16, 2010 8:22 pm

    I am really happy you’re healing as we’re all being reunited.
    I think it is also healing to all that you are taking time for your
    self so that prior or new health issues don’t crop up. Thank you
    for becoming a New You while we are all re-membering..
    I appreciate hearing about your adventures and challenges
    and how you deal with them.

  2. Vendo permalink
    August 15, 2010 6:41 pm

    It’s obvious that this process will vary a great deal from individual to individual, but “more confident and less needy” reminds me of a transplant into my garden in the spring that is doing particularly well. But the thing is, by late summer, it’s hard to tell which one’s were the stand-out plants in the spring. By then they all look pretty equal and are all doing well. I’m more like the spring transplant that doesn’t have the root system to handle the intense sun. So it looses tension in it’s leaves and upper portions and needs extra watering and insecticide to keep it alive until it’s able to handle it on it’s own.

  3. Anara Brinmere permalink
    August 15, 2010 6:26 pm

    Yes it does lead to a cessation of duality, at least I believe so. I’ve been having a similar experience for a number of years — the difference being that I was dissociative (not the same as Sybil — a lower level — MANY people, if not most, have some degree of dissociation — you could say on a scale of 1 -100, Sybil being at the top and I was maybe 75). I’ve brought all my “Parts” into unity, with love. A hefty job, but in a way, similar to yours. When we are “one” with ourselves, how can we be far from being one with all that is?

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