My stories are boring...
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Lone Morch
March 2014
Publishing
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Written by
Lone Morch
March 2014
Publishing

Where Transition Stops, Creation Begins. 

I’ll never forget the moment my mentor Ariel Spilsbury stood before me in a long purple velvet rope. Her legs were slightly apart, her hands grasping the ornate handle of a kickass sword. Her long white hair seemed fairy like, had it not been damp and wild from the heat coming through her.

She was the initiator, I the initiatee. We were deep into an intense mystical training and everything was turning psychedelic.

In a loud stern voice she said: I’m bored with your useless little stories and excuses. You are more than your stories. You are a mythical being. You are here to do the sacred work of the feminine. Do you accept this job?

Outside a raven by the window, then thunder broke the silence.

Yes, I said, my voice meager. She squinted, disdain in her eyes. YES! I accept. (Damn it!)

Today there’s no initiating sword on top of my head, no thunder storms brewing outside. But I’m inside a deja vu: I feel utterly bored with my stories.

Initiation awaits. Creation calls. About the signs that shift is around the corner. 

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