The Most Beautiful Feeling

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It’s quiet

It’s light and beautiful

I feel so at peace

Drifting on a cloud

Off into space

Floating

No worries

No thoughts

Just feeling

 

I feel my heart beating

The center of my being

The organ which gives life force

The force of love

I am healed

Every muscle in my body is supple

Supplied air with blood that caresses and heals

They move easily and fluidly

Dancing on the air

Every joint is an intersection of hope and faith

And they move unrestricted through the beautiful life that is presented before me

 

I am grateful for this understanding

I give my heart and my soul

To the energy that shows me the way

To the center of my intuitive mind

The place where there are no questions – only answers

And light beautiful music plays

And the energy is positive and uplifting

And I come to center

Face to face with the most beautiful feeling

The most beautiful feeling

It is someone I’ve met before

In a dream

In another life

No introductions are necessary

For we know one another

I see myself

Surrounded by clouds of crystals

And the prismatic colors dance around my mind

I am lighted from the inside

And I bask in my knowing

I revel in my truth

And I rejoice in my reunion

And I make a pact

Right here, right now

To honor this moment

And to respect this connection

And to cast aside any doubt, any fear

This is my center

This is my home

This is my soul

I honor you

 

Blessitude

Lorrie

7/6/14

This poem and the previous one, “I Will Win the War,” were both written yesterday after I hurt my leg.  I was disappointed because I am taking an e-course in self-hypnosis and I had just listened to a tape on “Self Health.”

My first thought was, “Oh, great!  I just listened to self health and then I hurt my leg!!”  But then I realized that all that had happened was a spot light was shining on the “roots” of a problem that appears to be a constant in my life.  As much as I thought I had pulled this weed out of my garden, I realized it is still there, needing my attention.

In that moment I chose to view the hurt leg as a beautiful gift.  I wrote “I Will Win the War” and then I listened to the tape on self health again.  Immediately my pencil went to paper and created this poem, “The Most Beautiful Feeling.”

❤ Lorrie

43 thoughts on “The Most Beautiful Feeling

  1. Oh Lorrie, sorry to know you’ve hurt your leg. I hope it’s not too serious. You’re connected with Heaven, this poem makes it clear 🙂 “I am lighted from the inside” – yes, because Love is our cause, our “explanation”, our “center”…, our “real heart”… Love to you my dear Lorrie.

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    1. Hi Dearest Fre’de’ric! You are so sweet to have concern…thank you!! No, it is not a terrible injury…just enough to bring my attention to something I need to work on. I also see you have posted this on twitter….thank you so much for caring and for supporting me….I can feel your love 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤ Oh…and for you to say I am connected to Heaven!!!!! 🙂

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  2. take care and quick recovery, Miss Lorrie! 🙂 P.S. some said to me once I had a tiny surgery on my left wrist:”well, you know, we’re all made out of ‘biodegradable material’, but our soul is eternal…”(word-by-word translation from French!)

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    1. Hi Melanie! Thank you so much…I will recover from the muscle pull…and I will continue on my journey!! I love the translation…yes, our souls are eternal!! Much love to you ❤

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  3. I agree with your view. your injury came at a good time for you to practice and incorporate what you seek to learn. The beauty that came from your pain is evidence that you are healed inside and out. Use this situation as the exercise equipment you need to build yourself up in your faith. All things work together for good. Not that injury is a good thing, but your attitude toward it, and your willingness to fight tells me you will win. You are healed, and it will manifest from the inside out. Awesome fight and flow Lorrie. God bless you richly.

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    1. Hi Wendy! Thank you so much for the inspiration and the support. To some people, the idea of being grateful for an injury would seem strange..I’m sure. I love your line, “Use this situation as the exercise equipment you need to build yourself up in your faith!” Yes…we all could build up those faith muscles!!! 🙂 Thanks again for seeing the whole picture! Love to you ❤

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  4. I love this one Lorrie, and agree that you write from a clear connection to love. Now the first post makes more sense, as the event that opened you to such beauty. Your writing is ripening in a wonderful way. Thanks for sharing your uplifting words. Blessings to the queen of blessitude! XD

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    1. Hi Brad! I did kind of put the cart before the horse … didn’t I? I am happy that in the end it makes sense 🙂 I like the idea of my writing ripening…it goes along with the theme of things growing…and taking “root.” And the Queen of Blessitude!!!! It’s good to be the Queen!! haha Much love….and many many blessings to you 🙂

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  5. Hi Val…thank you. I love when the proverbial “light bulb” goes off at the most unexpected times!! Thank you for the well wishes…I believe my body is responding positively to the love and healing energy. Have a blessed day Val! ❤

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  6. Lorrie, that “light bulb” gives us such remarkably enlightened hindsight, doesn’t it? Sometimes, the lesson we think we need to learn isn’t really the lesson at all. Though your root goes deep, perhaps this battle simply was the need for respite. Now, with open mind and heart, you will be equipped for war. Love you.

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  7. Hi Susan…Thank you dear friend 🙂 I can’t tell you how many times I thought I was in charge of the lessons!! Haha. Now I know better!! Either way…I’m grateful to be learning 🙂 Hope you ae full of peace ❤

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    1. Thanks so much Becky! I’m doing great…it was not a terrible tear so it feels much better today. Just enough pain to lead me to some questions 🙂 Hope everything is good with you!

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  8. What a lovely poem. I know this feeling of thinking I have “moved beyond” a particular issue…only to have it come up again. You are wise to remind us that this is a joyful event….another chance to listen to our hearts.

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  9. Lorrie, this was beautiful! I felt like I was floating near heaven. Truly, I am so sorry about your leg, but what a ‘gift’ it has given you through words. Lovely, lovely. Thank you, Lorrie.

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    1. Hi Kim….Thank you so much!! It does feel like a gift…not so much the hurt leg 🙂 but the gift of the understanding and the words that came out of that. I appreciate your comment so much! Many blessings to you Kim 🙂

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  10. Yes Laurie. It is the letting go that gives us so much. In the past I would have stayed in the lower energy of “Why do I always get hurt” and self pity. This way feels so much better. Obviously, I still have work to do…but that is what we are here for 🙂 Love to you Laurie ❤

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    1. Hi Zara…thank you so much! Did a little birdie tell you that I needed to be reminded to take rest? LOL Yes…I am one to try to go back too soon…I suppose that is all part of the “self-abuse” that I have been so famous for …IN THE PAST!!! Thank you for your concern…and the gentle reminder. Much love to you Zara ❤ ❤

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    1. Hi Carol…oh my…that is such a beautiful thing to say to me….I am so honored by your comment. This was not always the way I lived…but I hope to, every day, honor life! And life is amazing…and it is balance…and there is always something to be grateful for. Wow…I will go to sleep tonight and contemplate what you have said….thank you with all of my heart! ❤ ❤

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