This is the Day of Rapture...

To be in Bliss, Samadhi, Pure Joy.


This is the Day of Ecstasy... 

Of a Heart full of Love for

All my Relations, 

Divinely Unconditional,

Fully full so full of Love

there can be no room for

Judgment -  that impossible 

Notion of Separation of Spirit.


This is the Day of Awe...

For the fathomless, infinite

Perfection that is Life,

YHVH, Being, Consciousness

With and without Form,

Always and Forever, Amen.


This is the Day of Being

Taken by Love, the Source

of All Life and Breath 

and Expression...


And the Day to choose

Surrender to this only Truth,

To rise up out of our fear,

Our darkness and Death,

To rise up to meet our Love,


To leave behind all that

Does not serve our Love,

To give up our greed and

The insanity of lack.


This is the Day of Forgiveness,

The Day of Grace and 

Compassion for our

Humanness, our confusion,


And all the mistakes we

Have made on this journey

Through Karma and Dharma

To understand it is All

Simply for this Moment,


To stand right here in these

Bodies and know that 

This is the Day of Rapture,


This is the Day we are

One with God,

This is the Day we might 

Awaken and see that

We are already in Heaven.


~ xo ~ xochi


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