As each day passes, I feel more and more like my true self. I can feel myself stepping closer to the Divine soul that Mother/Father/God made me. It has not been without pain, fear or uncomfortableness' and as I write this, I truly wouldn't want it to be. How would I know how strong I was without the pain or how brave I am without the fear? How would I know peace and bliss without the uncomfortableness? I cherish these things and embrace them because they have revealed the true Divine Feminine that I am. The sensual Goddess who steps onto her path of self-discovery.
With each step I feel the crack of twigs beneath my bare feet as all my senses are heightened. I hear the silence of the night and feel the sacredness of the darkness. I understand now how important the darkness is. This walk and love affair I have begun with Mother Earth and all there is, is what keeps me moving forward on my path. I know not where this path leads but do not seem to really care because I finally learned to trust. I do however know that the path leads me back home. Home to self, home to God and home to my Counterpart.
I have walked through thousands of years and trekked through many landscapes only to transform my internal landscape this time around. A landscape that seems much more familiar to me than ever before. Although I sense how close I am I do not feel any rush as I softly put one foot in front of the other under the starlit night. What a beautiful walk home I think to myself. The ends of my mouth turn upward slightly as I move softly, sensually basking in my own light. I know in my heart it is not the end of the path but a new beginning. One that I promised to see through before descending into this realm, this world, this beautiful sacred journey back to innocence, so I continue...
Written: 3/14/2021 @11:32pm Art is used for educational purposes. If it belongs to you, please let me know so that I can credit if or remove it.
Hello, my name is Sheila Jenkins and I am the author of "The Day Before: Eternal Bonds into the Afterlife. I am the mother of two daughters and grandmother of five. I love music, dancing and lots of laughter. After working in the beautiful Shenandoah National Park for 35 years I decided to leave and I am currently a server at the Mimslyn Inn in Luray, Virginia. I worked in the Shenandoah National Park for 35 years where I met Sam and my journey began, which led me to write our story. I plan to continue on my journey and help others discover the divine love within and process their grief.