|Image by Adina Voicu from Pixabay|
We live in a fragmented world because our consciousness is
fragmented. How do we defragment?
As writers we sometimes take things apart, deconstruct to understand, but in Western culture we forget true understanding comes from seeing the whole image.
All the king’s horses and all the king’s men couldn’t put Humpty Dumpty back together again. But that’s not their job. It’s the work of the sacred feminine to make whole. It’s the act of allowing that does this.
We are stitched together in the wombs of our mothers. But we existed whole in the imaginal realm first. It’s the work of the feminine energy to take this pattern and enflesh it or flesh it out.
Whether you’re a man or a woman it is feminine energy that allows things to come together, for it is more of an allowing than a making. A mother doesn’t make a baby, but her body allows it to become.
As writers in a fragmented world, we allow works of wholeness to be made through us. There are active and passive moments during the creative process, but overall, to reveal wholeness, we must be open and allow what needs to come through to do so. And each work we create is another stitch binding us back together again.