Time Travel…

I’ve landed in Gozo!

It feels as if I have been beamed here… We rose early to a bright crisp November morning, and once I was on the plane I slept most of the way – including once we had got into the car at Malt!

I ‘came too’ on the ferry; skudding clouds and the sway of the boat, bright sunshine and the view of Gozo appearing on the horizon… Apart from the supermarket having closed down, it is as we left it; as we created it!

Anadi and I were discussing the quantum physics ideas, or ‘findings’, that this entire universe is created by our mind…  We both understand this as being an energetic movement or collaboration – not the thinking brain – although of course the thinking brain is part of the energetic expression…

I love exploring with Anadi – I find the more I dive deeper into investigating the universal energy, the more it helps me to let go of any holding on, or any idea that I can control anything, and at the centre of it all, a letting go of a sense of myself…

Yesterday we sat all day in a bar in London, and we we were both going through our different ‘lives’ in this life. We looked at how although there are aspects of ‘us’ that are recognisable to others, and of course ourselves – we don’t identify any more with different lives where we ‘worked out’ and let go of different aspects…

I can remember the child me, the teenage me, the trapped by an eating and running addiction me, the insecure or suffocated in relationship me… But none of them resonate with who I am now… They are now simply stories about experiences, which have helped me understand this life and the journey unfolding, the challenges, the processes – both my own and others better…

Anadi and I met five years ago, and we agreed that neither of us identify any more with the people we were then… There has a been a shedding and a burning of the old in the ashes… Each new phase, each transition, or rite of passage has seen a rising up again, rather like a Phoenix transforming into something entirely new and fresh…

I am now about to go and run, and find out how ouchie the roads are! We were last here a year ago when I was still in my vivobarefoot shoes…

Before I left, I said to Anadi ‘I wonder what time it gets dark here? Oh well, we will find out tonight…’

I found out… It’s 5.30pm ! I was on the road, and realised that the loop I was on might be tricky in the dark! So I re traced my steps instead. I loved the run. Gozo has a lovely soft feel to it… Although the roads are very uneven in places, very much ‘in need of repair’… They could definitely be described ‘ouchie’ and yet they didn’t ouch my feet…

Maybe my feet are a lot tougher, but it just felt like I was out to play…

I had felt a familiar slight resistance to going out the door, especially as we had just travelled here and only slept for 4 hours or so last night – although I caught that up somewhat while travelling!

But once I headed out I felt free, it was fun. I loved every step.

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