Sometimes it all feels and sounds like a broken record. An endless loop that intones repeatedly: Let go of what no longer serves you. Surrender more deeply than you surrendered last time. Accept what is; then surrender some more. And oh, by the way, remember to let go so you can let go of remembering.
I certainly know the drill by now – and I’m guessing some of you do, too. But I admit I still find myself intermittently squawking: Are we there yet? Are we there yet? Hefty sigh…and it’s back to central headquarters for more recalibrating, more tweaking, more letting go.
I love Lauren Gorgo’s take on things. When she says, “We are so bored here that even boredom is boring,” I know of what she speaks. She’s a conduit for great wisdom re: this awakening/ascension/transformation/evolution process — and she presents it with a bit of New York wisecrackery that reminds me of Lily Tomlin and Steve Martin in the 1984 comedy All of Me.
You can find Gorgo’s most recent article, “Losing Hope: The Final Attachment” here at spiritlibrary.com. You can also go directly to her website, but (and this is purely a personal observation) I find that environment a little too pink and perky for the depth of the material she brings forth.
And, pardon my nitpicking, but I do wish she (and legions of others) could get the difference between the word “your” and “you’re.” Truly, humans can learn to override spell checking mechanisms! My rhyming paean in defense of the humble yet maligned apostrophe lives here.