Learning to Walk Free

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Trauma. Tragedy. They come to all of us in life.

For me, they came while I was very young. Learning how to walk free of the effects of emotional loss has taken persistent faith in the underlying goodness of the All. It has taken tremendous focus of will. It has required that I learn to frame and set intentions, reflect deeply and patiently manifest an ongoing sense of renewed presence.

“The human soul is born to trouble as surely as the sparks fly upward.” (Job 5:7).

During my pathway, through working with healers I discovered that much of my suffering in this life was related to my own past, misuse of power in former lives.

Understanding my own past mistakes was the first step toward transcending emotional loss as I experienced it in this lifetime. Until I was able to connect with my former lives, nothing made sense. Understanding my own part allowed me to learn how to heal from within, and move toward re-generation and re-connection. My memoire points toward the complexity of the journey a soul must take when moving away from the broken places of darkness. Notes on Hunger httml.

Eventually an e-book of some sort might be posted that includes items like the following story about my Granny, and an essay about roses.
Neither of the following are included in my memoir:

Darlene Witte
Darlene Witte

Professor of Education, (retired) at Johnson State College in Vermont leads the Green Mountain Writers' Poetry & Performance workshop that meets on Zoom each month on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 7 PM ET. Find out more at https://www.meetup.com/green-mountain-writers

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