Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and right doing there is a field. I’ll meet you there. When the soul lies down in that grass the world is too full to talk about.


How many of you feel that words can express your true feelings and emotions? For me I have always been at a loss of words when I have been emotional and have expressed both my joy and sorrow with a mix of smile and tears.

Let me tell you an experience! One day as a small child may be six or 7 years old I was emotionally so full that I felt like something would explode and I am holding it back. I felt restless and could not express my discomfort to anyone. I sat quietly asking for help from whom I didn’t know. Suddenly it felt like I was dreaming and I was sleeping like a small child in a fetal pose while two huge wings wrapped me with love. I felt warm and slowly stretched myself as if I was safe and then I heard a whispering in my ears that said “just be” be thankful for life” I had never felt so peaceful.

I slept in that space for a long time but felt as if that was it. I had no sense of time and then another whisper saying carry the light. I don’t know what that meant either. I felt like my mind had given up, there was no thought. I was holding the lamp and felt that may be that was the work I had to do. I felt I had a purpose and I was guided. I still feel those angel wings around me on days I am at the verge of giving up. In that loving silence I hear everything that I had to hear. I am filled with peace and purpose.

I understood that day that each one of us have a place here and a reason why we are here. Every molecule of the universe converses with us if we can be that silent to hear it.

Tips to handle the emotional fullness

  • Be quiet
  • Listen to yourself
  • Be open to receive the messages from the universe.
  • Write down your thoughts
  • Let the moment pass.
  • Instead of running away from that moment just experience it fully.

Do you feel like you don’t belong here? No one understands you?

“When setting out on a journey do not seek advice from someone who never left home.”