Universal Mother

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Brilliant, bright light pierces my third eye

Awakening my vision as never before

Awareness is streaming,

There’s no longer separation;

I’m in a place of nirvana

And the world is at peace.

A luminous pale, blue light appeared

Dancing radiantly and enveloping me wholly

Its energy warmth raises my vibration

As I feel my kundalini uncoil

And blasts me to heaven.

But heaven isn’t a place somewhere “out there”.

It’s within us here at the blink of an eye.

We can guide ourselves to know this truth,

That we are all One–there is no division.

Pursue this light that resides in us all–

It’s our Universal Mother illuminating the dark.

My 108th posting!

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  1. Speaking of the dark ;)
    My dear, Gayle, “Oh, Gayle! Oh, Gayle dear!”
    For several reasons, and because of an abundance of great lines,
    I now crown your/our “Universal Mother” the best of her class, from head to toe.
    I’m not sure from where in you you found this, but go get some more!
    Ah! My kundalini has been rising lately, too.
    It isn’t all that far out. ;)

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  2. Are you suggesting that you are “dark”, Mr. Tree? Hardly!

    I have looked a little bit so I have seen a little bit–can in no way sustain this state. Aura is usually a dark, muddyish brown. Just kidding!! Hahaha! I found this the same place you can find it. Yes, right there…

    Thanks for the lovely crowning and accolades–not so sure I am deserving of such though. Maybe Universal Mother in training! I can accept that. You are so kind. ;)

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  3. Call from within
    Warmth shoots up
    Level and balanced*

    enjoy Bodhirose(+) ;)
    soulbro*xoxoxo—{–@

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  4. 108! naturally :)

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    • I just happened to check my stats to see how many postings I had and it said 107! What are the odds? My very next poem would be 108! Wow! :)

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  5. Thank you for a poem about Mother. This is wonderful. Beatifully done and gracious.

    “Dancing radiantly and enveloping me wholly. ” Yes!

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    • My early days of spirituality had me thinking of “Father” then somewhere along the way I switched thoughts more to “Mother”. I think I need that female/mother energy for a while. Thank you, Jamie.

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  6. this one is too good gayle, your poems are really vivid- they create the entire picture in front of mind’s eyes.

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  7. may the eternal mother add more and more magic and beauty to your works. :)

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  8. I appreciate those loving words, Trisha. :)

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  9. i will wait and watch the wish being fulfilled. you have not posted any thing since ages!

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  10. Jessica

     /  January 31, 2011

    That’s lovely, with an important message put across strongly. Enjoyed it!

    http://jessicasjapes.wordpress.com/2011/01/31/first-date/

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  11. Thank you very much, Jessica–I appreciate your nice comment.

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  12. 108th posts,
    wow.
    keep it up….

    dreamy sentiments, well penned.
    Thanks for sharing…

    A++

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  13. Magical, Bodhi.. a message nicely passed across.. Bodhi=aware.. so u must have been aware of the magic already I think.. ;)

    mine is here:
    http://leonnyes.wordpress.com/2011/01/31/searching/

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    • Yes, I have a little awareness of the magic that can be attained. That’s where my inspiration comes from. Thanks, Leo. ;)

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  14. Wow, this is great!

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  15. You drew from the spirit deep within. Beautiful 108th poem.

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  16. very nice flow of word.

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  17. “Dancing radiantly and enveloping me wholly”
    Beautiful!

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  18. ..and a hint of the sensual…

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  19. I truly enjoyed the poem, will come back to reread and contemplate what you have written.

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  20. Beautiful image of the chakras and perfect poem for the third eye prompt!

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  21. yes – enjoyed the image as well…and the things that are important are best seen with the heart..

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  22. I believe it as well. I felt uplifted with your share….lovely ~

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  23. nice…heaven is somewhere with us…that i agree…this is wonderfully written….i want to follow…

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    • It is amazing to think that all source of peace is within–it puts the burden squarely on our own shoulders doesn’t it–to choose or not. Thanks, Brian.

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  24. Just loved this poem. You expressed every well my thoughts clearly:
    It’s within us here at the blink of an eye.

    We can guide ourselves to know this truth,
    That we are all One–there is no division.
    Pursue this light that resides in us all–
    It’s our Universal Mother illuminating the dark.

    Nice and smooth thoughts. Wonderful!

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    • I’m happy that I could help be a voice for your thoughts–and that we share them too.

      Thanks so much for your lovely comment–I appreciate that.

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  25. This is my favorite line: “Its energy warmth raises my vibration As I feel my kundalini uncoil”

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  26. I love it and completely agree. The light is inside, there is no division. Ahmen!

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  27. Life is tied together by life, the coil wraps us all from the atom to the cosmos and within it we live and strive to hang on. Through the connections come understanding, faith, hope, and love. Beautiful.

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  28. This speak to truth, unity and the interconnectedness of all. Wonderful!

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  29. ALIVE aLwaYz

     /  August 28, 2011

    a delightful spiritual message from your third eye, placing all what felt in words is what you excel at, :)

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  30. Its fun to read others’ interpretations of this universal idea. Yours is lovely.

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