Forget Everything and Just Dance | Wild Love by Dreaming Bear


Forget Everything & Just Dance

Forget everything anyone ever taught you about right or wrong, good or bad, beautiful or ugly& just dance my Dear.
Dance the way you do when no is looking
& you have no reputation to protect, or inhibitions to keep you from being free. For you, the Lover has commissioned this spinning galactic dance floor & is now there upon the threshold of your heart's hesitation saying: O come my Sweet, don't be shy, for it makes my Soul smile to see you Mind & Spirit move together like that.

Forget those worries & obligations; those mean spirited words & unkind thoughts, Forget your own harsh inconsiderate actions of the past & just sing! Sing like you do in the shower when you think no one is listening, For the Sun & Moon are already there
keeping company with planets & stars, all have joined hands together & are whirling their way through the Universe in enamored expressions of overwhelming ecstatic joy & all are thinking quietly to themselves as they pass your bedroom window in the night:
if only you would untie you wings & let the Sacred in you soar if only you could see the Light of your own astounding presence, then perhaps the world around you (a world full of anguish & sorrow)
would remember something of their true sublime beauty & be able to smile in absolute purity once again.

Forget about politics, religion, & money,
forget about fitting in & having to be right,
& just laugh my Dear, Laugh!
Laugh the say children do when they forget about the brain
& give into Love for a lesson in Heart-Storming,
like a wild inferno of joy
overflowing & expanding out of control with Light.
For once you set yourself loose to join your divine dance partners in the Sky,
the flowers will open, the trees will gather, the wind will bow itself at your feet
& God herself will step onto the spiraling flames of existence,
& take your soul by the hand uttering these soft holy words as a prayer saying:
at last, at last my Love, at last, at last I Am complete.

author: DreamingBear Baraka Kanaan/ Wild Love

Wild Love: Kissed into Consciousness
In the tradition of Rumi or Hafiz, Wild Love is a collection of love spells written in luminous word tapestries and divinely orchestrated to deeply inspire, passionately move, and spiritually intoxicate the reader to rise soul over senses in love. Through each heartfelt, magical, and poetic spell you will find yourself awakening to the unconditional love of Source, Lover, and the Earth.

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