Book: Seeing things in a new way, finding clarity
Guidance: Travel into the unconscious
Driving in the daytime is about seeing the sites, about looking at the scenery, about being in the world. Traveling at night is about being comfortable in the darkness. It's about knowing that there is a great big world out there that you cannot see. Depending on the phase of the moon, you may see outlines of mountains or complete darkness. Driving in the dark means being comfortable with the unknown. It means relying on all of our senses and not just our eyesight to navigate.
Going within and navigating the terrain of our soul also means letting go of all that we know and surrendering to something greater than ourselves. It means letting go of who we are in the light and in the outside world and embracing our soul selves. It means letting go of work, of family, and being comfortable being alone with ourselves. I was never comfortable with the darkness and venturing into my soul. Before my divorce, I was filled with shame at who I was. Shame about my body, shame about my life, shame about everything I was.
However, the last eight years have been about finding myself and embracing who I truly am. I've discovered that I truly have a beautiful and luminous soul. I'm not perfect, but deep down I am an amazing person. And once I've been able to let go of most of the shame, I'm found that I am a pretty fucking amazing person. I'm finally comfortable navigating in the dark.
I'm grateful for the beautiful drive home
I'm grateful for the trip down LSD
I'm grateful for my convertible
I'm grateful for snuggling with Wendy
I'm grateful for being mostly done with my work