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Wearing (And Chewing) the Dark Scenery – A Consciousness Stream


“I can see myself before myself—
A being through dark scenery.”
― Dejan Stojanovic


We shroud ourselves in self illusion…wearing veils of protective clothing and if most of us undress at all, we do it in the dark in our sleep where our masks fall off only to be replaced as soon as daylight hits…For to see ourselves true takes work. It starts with a commitment to honesty and a willingness to catch ourselves in our own lies…accepting imperfections and knowing they need work. Continue with discipline and meditation and a desire to confront our demons and accept them as part of us. Yes part of us appears ugly, some of that ugliness has come from those who love us and others in the world. Some we have built up for protection. It’s all part of that dark scenery that we wear. Once we can accept our shadow selves and commit to honesty we need to go deeper still. How far have I gotten? Still miles to go before I stand unclothed before myself but I’m working on it.
Blessings, G


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Shaman Enchanted EveningShaman Enchanted Evening by G A Rosenberg


Sheltering Strange BirdsSheltering Strange Birds by G A Rosenberg