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Soul Message One – Is this for You
Shadows and Nightmares
E is for Ecstatic Energy Unfolding

E is for Ecstatic Energy Unfolding

Morgan Dragonwillow 6 a

Art by Morgan Dragonwillow

 

 

 

The soul should always stand ajar, ready to welcome the ecstatic experience. ~Emily Dickinson

 

Energy alight

soul ecstatically sparking

breathing into life

 

 Can you find the ecstatic spark of life within you?

 

The spark of life

the divine light that resides with in each of us

God said, “Let there be light.”

what if that light God speaks of is the light within each of us

what if God lit the fire, the light that resides within your heart

what if you could connect with the divine light within you

the ecstatic energy within you

any time you chose

what if through connecting with your divine light

you could connect to your sacred sexual fire

what if your divine light, ecstatic energy, and your sacred sexual fire

were all one and the same

All of it leads to creation

women create life

women hold life within them

women hold the key to connecting

to the divine light of creation

women

the sacred feminine

 

 

Women have power within, creating life, creating love, creating art, and it is past time that we fully embrace our  Sacred Sexual Fire of Creation.

Are you embracing your Sacred Sexual Fire?

 

I’m participating in the Blogging A to Z Challenge, are you? Visit the other participants and leave word love in your wake.

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Tui Snider and Morgan Dragonwillow combined their talents for the book, Wild Woman Waking. Tui’s artistic photography mixed with Morgan’s poetic ramblings create a unique journey indeed.

“Sleeping isn’t possible once you explore the inner and outer world of poetry: transformation happens and your eyes open wide.” ~Wild Woman Waking

“…the poetry and photography…STUNNING.” ~Beth Teliho at Writer B is Me

 

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13 Replies to “E is for Ecstatic Energy Unfolding”

  1. And when it is stilted and nixed and mocked and rendered inappropriate by death and circumstance, it hurts.

    When it is not allowed to be used. When it tried and failed to bring forth life.

    When it is pointless, and God sits shrugging His shoulders (apparently) – THEN what?

    • My heart goes out to you Lizzi and I won’t begin to give any explanation because I have none. We as women are creators though regardless what form is birthed into the world. Your words on your blog are your creation, they bring light, love, and laughter into the world. *Hugs*

  2. mmmm. love the divine fire, the dancing within and allowing our light to be made visible, not unlike Kahlil Gibran saying work is love made visible.

    Thanks for lighting me up to chrome & stumbling. Its a dream! Simple as pie!

    🙂

    Enjoy your extraordinary bliss filled day, dear one!

    Julie Jordan Scott
    A to Z Challenge Participant/2011,12,13,14…..
    The Bold Writer from A to Z

    • Thank you Julie, “…work is love made visible.” love that!

      I am so glad I could help in regards to chrome and stumbling.

      I hope you enjoy your beautiful day as well!

  3. Musing on your words as I stare out the window… Made me think about the importance of breathing correctly, since fire feeds on oxygen. Proper breathing helps tend our ecstatic sacred spark. I never really thought of it that way before. Thanks. 🙂

    Nice quote from Julie up there, too! As I passed her comment, it reminded me that I dreamt of you both last night. We met at a rustic cafe at the edge of some deep woods. It was like a place you’d see in a fairy tale. We sat around a rugged table and wrote. Fun dream! 😀

    • That does sound like a fun dream!

      It thrills me to know my words are sparking so much in you and others! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts about the ecstatic sacred spark and the breath, I hadn’t thought of that either and it makes a lot of sense. I hope others see your comment!

  4. I like the question about God creating light inside us. It’s some nice food for thought. Also, I need a little energy. Day job sapped me.

    • But who would say what is “good” or what isn’t? That is part of the problem in today’s society and all of the “shoulds” and shouldn’ts placed on women in particular. I hope you can see women’s sacred sexual fire as the source of creation (in all forms) that it was meant to be.

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