Reflections on the Mother of All Christian Prayers


A well known prayer, like many other sacred objects and customs are compromised and even nefariously used to co-opt people into an exotic mysticism that in fact supports religious systems of extraction and NOT the support of the soul and ends of the Divine. To this end I attempt to thwart that activity and un-block for the rest of us the gems that still may be hidden to too many.


The “Lord’s” prayer is known all over the globe and history but what is it really? It’s intention looks simple, and the authors who put it together or relayed it much later had good intentions for sure. By the 2nd Century after Yeshua’s crucifixion I’m sure it had already become an icon of the religious culture. The early pope Origen of the early 200’s seems to intimate this about much of the Bible worship that has been carried on to today as THE spiritual life, aka religious culture.


The Christian Bible’s St.Paul in his letters talked much of “his gospel.” My thoughts is what if instead of believing what organized religion kept shoving down our throats as the gospel we instead figured our what “our” gospels were… you know like what is our truth? Not this doesn’t negate a larger thing called more of THE gospel, but that we could at least see where our gospel’s overlapped and were in a agreement or difference. Then maybe we can celebrate each others truth and see where it fits in with each other, compliments, or shows flaws. I’ve been on my spiritual journey with Christianity for now over 40 years, and believe me it’s had many ups and downs. I seriously had to step back a few times and say am I really on the right side of things here? I even became a bit of hedonist for a while because I didn’t think the truly spiritual life was really possible in our age. Now, I feel I have a better grip on things, even got certified as a chaplain last year at


So I wanted to start my first Substack with something of a commentary on this Mother of all prayers.


Before I get going though I wanted to say My gospel relies not on a definitive interpretation of sacred texts as a type of soul constitution,(more in comparative to the legalism or egotism of churchianity?) but rather the maturing of the soul, individually and collectively. An increasing awareness of self and others with compassion, understanding, and responsibility. (you may hear something of my Buddhist studies in that, and you are right.. I try to practice “prays well with others”} More on that later.


Origen in his commentary on the Gospel of John talks of beginnings, and how crucial they are to understanding and “leaning into” the life of faith. Unfortunately he suffered at least to a degree of the same Biblical idolatry many ministers do today. His security seems to be mixed between faith and relying excessively on the authority of these early testimonies in the Christian record. (2 TIM 3:16 Ancient Roots Bible) . So Pauls warning to Galatia may be just as applicable to him as those in our midst now. “if you started in the Spirit, why do you feel now you will be completed in the flesh?”


With all of that distortion it’s hard to see how we will come through this 8th Inning of humanity with all the apostacy around us. In recent readings of the scriptures I was reminded though that this all is very much more on the mind of God than myself. Where it passes my thoughts with a certain indignation and disgust, I must watch to make sure it doesn’t sour me to others and his purposes in me at this time.


And so we begin with this Prayer, and since my gospel is one of increased awareness, I want us to step back in it and really ask some important things in relation to ourselves and others. So this prayer is a contemplation on meaning and values fro ourselves. It starts it seems “Our Father that art in heaven.”


By the way there is no Syriac word for “art.” The impression it’s authors had was that of a distancing.. or gaining a pleasurable objectivity, with awe and reverence, even noticing and paying more attention to that fundamental relation. Who is God, Father to you even? We live in an era in many ways of the post-family. They call it nuclear , but that seems what actually happened, it blew up. I’m reminded of the recent movie about the A-bomb and Oppenheimer. Father itself seems like a distant relic to too many. Where Mother still retains a positive place in our minds eye for now, Father feels authoritarian and constricting. I don’t think it does much good to feminize it either though.


Historically fatherhood has always had the capacity to feel heroic, and that/s where I want this to land with us aspirationaly. The hero is never thoroughly understood are they? But must be embraced in their mystery and passion, to truly receive what they are saving us both to and from. Heaven, which is our english version of the Persian “shmya,” is an ideal, but so much more. Today this might include all our hopes and dreams for ourselves, but earlier this was more of a collective “dream.” The key is grasp a need to develop awe, wonder, and curiosity. Within that orientation we cultivate a capacity to our consciousness to receive more.


In relation to the prayer then it becomes increasingly more practical rather than a religious custom, we:

“let this happen,” “give ourselves,” and “forgive.” In it’s best intention this prayer invites us to open ourselves to love and receive clarity about our direction in the moment and further on. One might say that it both starts and ends in finding the most real version of an honoring of the Ultimate Reality itself. In fact when Jesus is called Emmanuel, God with Us.. it is this raw, sensuous, and vulgar authenticity that is that Reality he’s meaning. I have been translating and musing on the Scriptures for over 30 years now in the original languages and one significant thing I’ve learned is that precise meaning is dangerous, this is where you get into that bible worship tht has so blocked so many over the centuries.


It’s part of the human need to be “right,” and so feel secure. Jesus’ self emptying cross carrying way though calls us more to places of vulnerability, where we become less rigid and more trusting of his deeper spirit of love. This means our study of sacred texts is more about hovering around the words and letting them breathe into you some of their hidden depths and path. This could be called connecting with Jesus’ Shem (name: which is more of his atmosphere, domain, light, heart, and feeling) Through our deepening or leaning into the underlying motivations our own are uncovered too in the process. This the ancients would call our heart, leba, the place where what is more important to us can be revealed, exposed, and dealt with in greater intensity.


Abwun d’bashmaya {Orignal Reality who escapes Us) {Matthew 6:9}


Abwun as we’ve said is more about the heroic and intimate. Of course there is an predominate “parenting” implied, but one could say this would fall better these days under Nurturing. This can be done from the masculine and/or feminine states of being. When looking at ancient texts, especially from Judaism we can see that it wasn’t so much about the outward appearance of these facets as it was the underlying structure and complimentary natures of the two. In any age which truly aspires, an agreed upon behavioral set could be ascribed to each.. our own age with all the gender sorting and confusion unfortunately it becomes too much about externals to the loss of the dignity and value of the internal more sustaining components. Masculine is relegated to dominance, and feminine to subservience, even within much of the LGBT+ communities. Where in fact both natures can be seens as having a significant nurturing quality to them in their best forms.


In the case of Abwun it’s fundamental that we realize though that “God is a verb.” That the divine is as much in the process as a being, so is about becoming. I mention because so much of the religious inquiry is about perfectionism and more psyching oneself into a static state it’s felt. (the early reliance on the “perfect” language, latin by Catholicism is part of that problem, but it began way before that day as mentioned)


This is also not obscure mysticism either: the Semitic languages attempted to express and could, more of the nuance and gestures of how people experienced reality. Through the sensed feeling of a word and it’s mixture with other words a “picture” developed. In our day we might ascribe this more to the poetic form. Back then Human reality was felt rather than mentally described, so great lengths were taken to hold space for many meanings and interpretations. In our current day when his often times attempted a certain flattening or reductive thing happens, so this may seem confusing or relativistic, but it it wasn’t.


Think about when you wake up from a dream, your first inclination maybe, “what was that all about?” Many images, situations, objects and people, jumbled around “as if” to speak something into your waking reality. This “as if” may haunt you the rest of the day, or even weeks after.. because you felt something in it that was important. What was it trying to tell you?


Psychologists, Shamans, Life Coaches and many others that work in dream interpretation will give you mechanisms and understandings of various archetypes (overarching meaning structures/icons) in order to weed out and discern that “story,” where in actuality it simply can’t be that tethered down or fixed. The problem is that we need to see we cannot hold it very well in our existing reality or worldview. We need to “hold” in an expanded place in our minds and imagination. This requires of course a humility and vulnerability again so that we can see what aspect or part of the larger reality of “Heaven” we can understand and fit into. One author puts it the “ The Most Beautiful World Our Hearts know is Possible.”


Now I said this reality extends out from out from ours, because that is at first how we can understand it. In a more comprehensive understanding though our reality extends out from the other. As Pierre Chardin said a century ago, “we are not humans having a spiritual experience, but rather, spirits having a human experience.” I’ve attained a certain understanding of that reality, and in future years I still hope to embody more of that perspective.. for so many reasons, but one of the primary ones being that when one enters that state or disposition where were are automatically not so attached to this one. I have to relay an experience I had in Boulder earlier this year at a long term care facility a week before my mother passed there. The whole place was ghastly to me, except for one elderly Buddhist in a room I passed. Many there were in great depression and despair, sadness, and general melancholy. In visting other places while I was there to hopefully find a more encouraging prospect for my mother in her last days.. I found them to be of a similar state. This Buddhist dressed in typical monk garb I think.. lay there in his cot, serenely… in one respect I felt he had found a place to “wait for God,” what I at least had hoped for my mother as well. I didn’t sense any sadness, pain, or discomfort in him, though I suppose his body could have indeed still been suffering.


This may be simply a disassociated state which I’m sure is beneficial to those at that point of their lives like people there, but for me as a Christian that we have a further opportunity in the objectivity of distancing.. to come back as Jesus did, and breathe into this life.. this viewpoint has been seen as a viewing ourselves as surrounded and infused by the divine in our everyday lives, and especially in nature and human relating.


Stoicism is one of the only perspectives that I’ve found that doesn’t put “God up there,” but rather takes this view seriously, that the divine is interfused into the very fabric of our reality. IN my gospel I see St. John’s words in his First letter talking of discerning “any spirit that admits He has come in the flesh is of God, and provides deeper connection,” (my paraphrase) To borrow a thought from Origen, this incarnational property provides a type of spiritual physics and so his initial resurrection was a first-fruits of the blessing that can follow (remember the promise he gave, that greater works will you do after I’m gone back to the Father?)


Talking of extending I want to expand “Abwun” from one of my primary inspirations for my inquiry here, a Sufi Neil Klotz, “ From the divine source an impulse from the heart is coming into the senses in form a genuinely mysterious way, birthing something fresher for this moment, our lives” {p31 Aramaic Jesus}


He talks of Abwun not meaning Father as much because the pre-agricultural cultures of that day. A persons livlihood depended on their role, as many poor have become today, and as we see on scale now more than we’ve seen at anytime in history. Certain Billionair elite paid for researchers like Pinker would like to spread a different picture, but at best this man is in serious need of an upgrade as one anthropoligist I met stated aptly one time.


Klotz goes on to talk of my understanding of masucline and feminine I mentioned, as two varieties interlinked. But these were more of a mattter of a survival, they are two plarities that existed that weren’t so much to be understood as seperate but with a shared field of human soul. I really love his understanding then that any individual could then express either polarity to different degrees, ones outer appearance or sexual practice not being so much the thing. I have found sepcifically when we step back from seeing the polarities in superficial terms, unfortunately like many in that LGBT+ community unfortunately do, that we find a deeper grace undercurrent flowing that we can tap into to find more dignity and valueing of our processes of deeper becoming.


Klotz states that the Semitic word roots usually translated mother or father are more embedded in what gives and recieves. That is reflective in Abba (gives) and Amma (recieves). Think Ying and Yang, Prakriti and Purusha. Jesus asks to refrain from seeing any other as “father,” an authorative giver as such, limiting source. (don’t call any father) We may interpret it more today as Don’t call anyone Boss, because of how much we rely on playing the game in our jobs. Although back then in the ancient world many had to look to having a rich patron because of scarcity.. as many are today too in their jobs. It was understood though that the rich patron would seriously look out for their servants welfare..


D’bashmaya (More Beautiful World, All Benevolent elements of the Quantum Field)


Literally taken apart, Shem.. Name as we’ve said before .. having to do with the “mood” that’s set, frequency, intention, how something is carried out. “aya” continuously expanding ad inifinitum.


“D” – has to do with a vascilating sense or movement, it’s not static. “B” along with, in, at the same time.


So we are beginning to “get” Jesus’s simple expression here in the text, seeking to assist us in honoring that which seeks in ourselves the sensations o fthe mysterious source of all, an experience that puts us smack dab in the middle of moving and traveling with all the unseen world in our lives, travels, and especially nature.


NEXT: Nethqadash Shmakh (made wondrous your character infused into our Now’s) MT 6:9b


Nth – what is offered, validated, bestowed to someone. Can we say “ let this process happen dammit?”

(of course we are not controlling this process)


Qadash is a well known Hebrew word and has a lot of baggage in that community of faith, it’s like saying Church to Christians. Simply it means sacred or holy. Taking apart the Semtic though, QD – creating a a center point where one can pivot from. Ash – further where something can expand and open space around it, clarifying or setting a boundry is also part of this too though. It reminds me of a visit to the Wine Country in Temecula, CA recently, where they were talking of the requirements of wineries, and how important it was to have estate lines.. but how that got mixed up with the “sharing” of vines for various projects each had..


This is an excellent example because so often we think of a sole place when talking of the sacred. It’s deemed on more individual terms. Like my partner and I won’t be getting together this week because I’ve not had any time to myself in the last couple of weeks. It also makes me think of my convo with my Son last night when we talked about how marriage is looked at these days. He said he felt his gen doesn’t really see it as a life long commitment, but I talked about it being more of a reflection of an I’m all in, like when the Buddha stated Do no harm, that was an aspiration we can have.


This also brings me back to the sorting of our day with sexuality. Not just LGBT+ but other what we would call hedonistic tendencies of our current culture. Even the serial monogamy to me is part of this issue we need to work through. A funny convo I had with my partner some time ago about this, was she didn’t feel she was “slutty” at all by having so many previous partners, because they were not at the same time, but in “relationships.” I also can’t help thinking of God’s relationship to the Hebrew people, where he likened them to whores or an unfaithful wife through the prophets. What was that really about?


Of course there are many projections of the concerns and feelings of a more tribal views of God back on those times which need to be understood. This has been called the Dualism or Seperation Problem, and I agree. Our time is not free from those associations either because this seems to be an earlier stage of Consciousness development. I have looked at the modern justifications of hedonism and do find the worship of form and self in it like Paul’s Romans suggests. The process of coming to a deeper veneration of ourselves within a deeper orientation of truly loving though can be difficult because there is little space for this maturation.


To those in many religious communities It seems that Qudash/Sacred is a state or condition that must be achieved by force or complete seperation from the causes.. but much of the causes may not be vanity or selfishness, but unhealed trauma. It may surprise many but Paul’s words were not a general indictment to hedonistic tendencies in general, but rather pointed at a degenerative aspect of what he saw in religious assemblies. In my most indulgent episode in the aptly for called the “Noughtiees” I didn’t realize at the time , it was disgust at any depth and values in the “church” that further gave me license to walk away.


In fact I still feel my struggle with temptation to indulgence with porn in this area is a matter of not having a fuller valuation of myself and others more truly as Temples of God. I will say no amount of shaming ourselves or others for being tempted or actually indulging helps in this matter. Our understanding of Qudash then can be greatly helped by seeing that Is much more this finding a place to pivot the deeper values and aspects of ourselves and further expanding on them. IN this way we are of course also materializing the realm and terrain of God on earth in us. This is a far cry from the spiritual materialistic view that is employed by too many missions projects.


Now we can also see the reason for Jesus saying next Teyte Malkutah (Divine, Your Realm/Terrain be increasingly manifest here) We don’t here this in the English, but there is much more of an intense Please, no seriously really.. come now.


In the verse though we don’t want to skip over Shmakh – your shem.. is this version of the word.. and we need to underscore the “your,” because this is directed at The Originating Benevolent Person and Current. Some seem to like to think that God is as vain as us, and simply wants us to look in the mirror with him and see how wonderful he is.. where this is actually a deep dark distortion and reflection of the Dark Soul, the Satan. His Name is what connects and integrate all communities of the spiritual and natural worlds. It is also a call to Focus, as would be seen in the ancient desert peoples to have a big exhale and then start really breathing into our day.s.


Now Malkutah is many times mistranslated as “Kingdom” even which is weird because the Aramaic is feminine-gendered. If we were to go there queendom or maybe even Boss Bitch may be more appropriate. Being feminine as we’ve seen is more of the receptive side of things too, very much counter to the dominance reflected in a kingdom. In the origins of the word of that people says Klotz, it was to designate nomadic leaders of a tribal communities who demonstrated a deepened quality of heart and mind, they led from understanding, compassion, but also a good sense of the factors that went into their communal life and greater aspirations. At least in ideal that’s how they attributed this term, it was probably quite tough to find this “spirit.” In reality these leaders were more on that path or process, and they had an active aspiration for that. This is probably what St.Paul was referring to in Timothy when he described our term “deacon.”


MLK (which strangely in our time means a lot too because of the activist) in the Semitic, revelas a fiery vision focused through a persona center, the heart. The term had a vision of where to go and what to do which is further combined with the energy needed to accomplish it. The same energy is around the Syriac words for gospel and truth.


On a personal application Malkutah was the aptitude within us to step up, have courage, and own our souls and lives in integrity. I was the “F*#% yeah I can beatches.”


When combined with the word for love there is also a “wombed” sense about all this. So the impetus, strength, and will of Malkutah was deeply tied to Qudash in retaining and expanding love as well. Finding those pivot points in ourselves (Us not merely I) Creation for the most part has a wombed state it comes from, whether actually a pocket within it’s mother, or a cell structure that safeguards it with a membrane or an Egg. These are all mirrored as a protective but yet state, to develop from, not to stay forever in. Jesus parable of the talents seems quite appropriate here too, especially when we look at the arrested development of so many churches and individuals within religion.


When we are truly embedded within our highest spirit selves we are nestled in His Spirit much like a child is in the womb, then the child is born and enmeshed in it’s surroundings of this life, as are we when we live into our aspirations and best possibilities. As a child so we start with the atmosphere of our mother, this is why so much unprocessed trauma can be built up in it, if the mother is not grounded herself. The child no matter what strains to expand beyond it’s mother and make a “name” for itself in the world. The metaphor here though can get diverted by Judiazers if we think this is merely a religious culture separate from it. When in fact the correlative is that “name” is not made by the affirmations of others as such within that community but more on a deeper level of spirit. Through revelation Paul stated Christ comes. John speaks of what we have “tasted” and experience of the Word of Life. So this is rather a force of vitality coursing through our faith.


When we live from that place of belonging and understanding in His Spirit, again as Paul states, it washes us clean of every impurity that we experience living in this world. Oh that so many more of us would get past the elementary things around “sin,” much as those in therapeutic circles would get to a place of innovating from a transcendent reality rather than continuing on with finding deeper traumas.


We are all looking for that place of “I can do this myself,” like when we learned to tie our shoelaces. Religion attempts to scare us away from that by claiming we are all pieces of shite apart from What God is in us.. this is a sly seperation that has a trajectory that actually triggers more sin in us. By the way, sin by ancient definition has much more to do with unripeness and a lack of maturation than “missing the mark” in Greek. In fact in Jesus parable about a good and bad tree producing fruit, there is no word in that early culture or language for good, only ripe.


By the way “nothing can seperate us from the Love of God” to those “christians” who atttempt to shame people into the malkutah. It either doesn’t or it does.. if it does, tear out that part of your bible.. and you’re fine in your spiritual constitutional view. There is a gross error when you try to apply a first century Phariseeical (or earlier) viewpoint into how one enters into a better relation with God.


These early tribes have the same block in their minds as the current ones in their tribal deism. There is no duality, no schism, and no us and them to God. None of humanity is ever seperate from God, especially since the work that Christ did for ALL at Once, for all time.


An intellectual assent to that fact neither changes that or opposes it, it just IS. The trouble is people see themselves apart from God and feel alienated in so many ways, and so they act out, or more correctly, “act from.” In my experience because of this heresy of separation the religious, including myself for many years, are the worst off in that game.


Think about it, if “sin” separates you from God, and if at the very least actually turns his face away.. you are truly Fucked. If though we have Paul’s gospel and John’s gospel, and all those who stand on the faith in the Character of God through Christ, then we may understand we are never separate, nor judged. The only thing that blocks our healing and living in that contentment and vitality is we resist believing in His proximity, even in our screw-ups. This gospel is the one we present to others, not the “you’d better get straight and see you’re a sinner, or God will smite you!”


The very opposite happens when we see His nurturing care in our thinking and imagination (and that’s the place it often is “wombed” if we have come to a place of openess and vunerabilty to all benovelent love in ourselves) When this happens we don’t get further tangled up like in religious cultures and the numbing that happens in the world. We find ourselves increasingly more responsible for ourselves and others in an ever expanding reality of love and care.


I end this with Klotz’s own insight:


May the Creative Breath, the fire of consciousness

from the big heart of Reality really arrive


(truly it surprises me, much like it does of the poet Rumi.. that so many “christians” think that this soul wil go to a place of retribution, hell.. because they didn’t admit the intellectual proposition of christian religious faith):


Nehwe (Your) Sabyanach (hearts desire) aykana (balances)

D’bashmaya (More Beautiful World, All Benevolent elements of the Quantum Field)

aph (activating) b’arah (life and purpose in the here and now)


poorly translated ‘thy will be done in earth as it is in heaven.


sabayanach can mean will, but that would be more mental, where saba literally means heart. This also helps link it to the previous texts because it brings a vision received in fire and light as malkutah, deeper into our consciousness prompting action.


This also assists in unifying our perspective because it means while we are changing in life, we see that it is already a part of ourselves. Our activity is merely stepping into what is already happening, rather than forcing something that didn’t exist before. The “Your” affirms that it is indeed an individual and collective matter working out and through us.


As opposed to a lot of the arm chair therapists of our day who seem to want to think that the longer we navel gaze and look at our trauma, that somehow it will magically dissapate into who we truly are. This is a huge error, why, because where the attention goes the energy flows. If you continually see yourself as broken, then you can seriously only come from that place of brokeness. This may be good for understanding, but really has little to do with healing and living in more contentment and vitality.


“Your” also reflects an essential otherness in our orientation; it is the communal shared life together in life and purpose. It never ceases to amaze me how many translations point away from the core elements of faith like this, keeping those in shame and lost in a cycle of sin.


Klotz talks here of a phrase “saba ana” a form of saba he responds to when healing someone, which literally is “I will (heal you)” He’s right this is deceptive, because this typical response is loaded or pregnant with so much more. Embedded in this response in the langues is an understanding of a big qaulification for this frequency and where it comes from through him. My partner is often quick to remind me that Jesus really didn’t want to be worshipped, He wanted to reveal what our true capacities are. (statements like why do you call me Rabbi reflect this intent, as well as this response of saba ana he gives here)


His response could actually be more acurately described as coming from an overwhelming force or feeling of fullness he felt, juxtapose this next to the feelings of inadaqaucy we constantly feel from inside and outer forced (why do you think the enemy of the soul is called the accuser)


It’s also important to point out there is no divorce between the spoken word and action in the Middle Eastern languages, that’s why westerners often confuse a word like Bisha (evil) when they see a sign on the news calling the American President Bush this… when the activity this denotes it simply a block or unripe thing, because for people blocks and unripeness is what keeps us from contentment and enjoyment. So for translation purposes it could be said the full heart of deepest benovelent desire is overflowing in me, so rather to look and honor it rather than my individual desire to “heal.” I realize this is a lot to take in, because we are used to the celebrity Jesus and not the vessel that who truly was to embody, a reflection of the Divine Nurturing Parent of the Universe. We can see more of this when he talks of in John about I do what I see the Father doing, and so watch “Me” as I watch him.


I must admit this is much better than trying to align with codified religious conduct in musty bible verses that seem to contradict at every turn. Doing as we see what Jesus is doing in our midst in life, or could be doing. I’ve often found that fiath is more of a nudge then a kick in the pants, but it can certainly be both. I’ve noticed if we are humble enough He provides the padding for our butts as we are kicked there too.


B’arah – as the B points to (along with, within) Arah is more earthiness than it is the object of the world as such. Some have tried to foolishly see this as merely the surface perspective of the world, like we need to dominate the earth with heaven. This is a very military way of looking at it and can’t be further from the truth.


The Eastern languages as you’ve probably noticed with native speakers is very gutteral in breathe flow, our “ah!” we feel after walking too long or working too hard would be the best representation of what is meant by “arah.” It reflects a body awareness of solidity with the earth at a definitive point that the ancients were more in tune with and less resistant of, they realized that “ah” was in fact a ceremonial of admittance, “yes, I am of the earth.. I forgot for a moment there, but now my body calls back to me in it’s groans, I hear and receive it as I am OF the earth, we are one and in unity.” This recognition for us I think tends to be either refused, minimized, or simply accepted on a much more superficial level. But here is a Holy and sacred place, something to really pivot from and expand my awareness.. rather than numb myself with an intoxicating substance or entertainment.


Coming back and drilling a bit further which I find is helpful, with the word used for Your (Nehwe-Syriac / NHa - Semitic) there is a dramatic component for lettting, like the “thy will” somwhat implies. A release, but not really of the body, more of the soul, to a higher purpose working and conduiting through some activity. N in Semitic as such, is that fresh other we need in a situation, the H being a dynamic vitilizing quality infused into that freshness.


The last two words, the first being Aykana which literally is “just as, at the same time,” however this is not merely a static synchronicity but rather denotes a balancing of the individual and collective that happens in the now. It further does NOT mean “if you do this, THEN you get that later” rather it is an opening in oneself to the unifying and integrating aspects of the sincere affinity we feel within our bodies and the aspiring sense of our spirits/souls.


Aph is that “indeed” we feel when that connection is made within ourself of that earthiness and feeling for flight in our more spiritual moments.


So expanding from what we’ve felt and seen here is one possible glimpse of more:


Graced with the Prescence of Ultimate Reality encrouching on your most inner doors


Found is another fresh portal into the Best Hearts Desire of the Universe


Stop Your Fretting Though


You’ve been invited


the balancing act is soon to be revealed


and the tight rope of existence you see will ease up


Effortlessly you will be seen gliding on the “difficulties” you formely thought and knew


Dances of Light springing around and in you, will vibrate and tickle


coalescing into that fairie and this special moment of care and love