The Reminders Just Keep Coming

Roger Lynn is an experiential mystic – lover of life – photographer – flute player – poet – hiker – hot spring soaker – expresser of gratitude – blessed beyond the capacity of words to express. He currently lives in Boulder, CO.

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OK – I am now officially in awe, and I’m also laughing. When the Universe decides it’s time for me to really start “getting it” (or, perhaps, when I finally decide it’s time for me to really start listening) then things pick up speed in a hurry. Every day (multiple times a day) I am being gifted with reminders that my life is being transformed, literally right before my eyes (or, maybe it would be more accurate to say “right behind my eyes”). Yesterday it was a quote from Ram Dass – “Our whole spiritual transformation brings us to the point where we realize that in our own being, we are enough.” Then today it was a post by Brian Andreas on his “Flying Edna” Facebook page. (see the drawing attached to this blog post) – “Having had this story where I can see it for awhile now (since we’ve been wrapping calendars & sending them out to all of you), I’d say I’d revise it slightly, if I did it now. Since I’ve come to see change actually takes two things: changing & remembering every day that you changed. (Because the whole trick of thinking change takes work is that you forget that you’ve changed & you slip back into your old habits…)” (and if you would like to order your own calendar in which the drawing is included, you can find it here (and no, I do not receive any financial gain from this plug) –…/pro…/2023-classic-wall-calendar I can hardly wait to see what shows up next. And I’m quite confident that I won’t have to wait very long.

It is beginning to take root inside of me. I can feel it growing. It feels amazing, when I can remember to notice. And I foresee a day when I will stop noticing, because this transformation will have become so deeply embedded in my soul that it becomes simply “the way I am.” Until then, I will continue to be gratefully in awe at what the Universe is capable of. 



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