Deeper Perception Made Practical

Giving Christmas 2008


It can be hard to give when there is fear.

The media that connect us blast it out.

If Santa felt it, how his sleigh would screech!

You need not be an elf to hear the doubt.

Incessant worries: “Will there be enough

tomorrow? How about months after that?”

Well, let’s remember fear is optional.

The world we live on curves. It isn’t flat.

Sunrises come with regularity

and, in the long view, our world spins with grace.

When a tornado strikes, it hits one house

and spares the block. Each home’s a blessed place.

We can’t anticipate how troubles come,

know how life’s fair, or who has learned from what.

Yet I have lived at Earth School long enough

to know there always is a benefit.

It’s mortal to have fears, to suffer pain,

hate when your comfy rut turns into dust.

But when you buy your gifts this season, know

that you can wrap each single one in trust.

— Rose Rosetree, Sterling, VA

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  1. 1
    Kathy Wilewski says:

    Hi Rose,
    Thanks for responding so quickly with your poem! I really enjoyed it and felt it was so needed right now since so many are experiencing really tough times. It’s funny that I just finished a poem of my own reflecting on the times although it is not Christmas related. Enjoy the season!

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    KATHY, thank you.

    OF COURSE, we have an open invitation to you and all blog-buddies to post your poems here as “comments.” Whether Christmas related or not, the ultimate response to a poem is another poem. 🙂

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    Kathy Wilewski says:

    Ok Rose, here’s my poetic response, even if the two of us are probably the only 2 people left in the world who still appreciate the poetic word.

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    Kathy Wilewski says:

    by Kathy Wilewski (Lilylady)

    When all is dark and fearful
    and each step is full of dread and
    the road seems uncertain and
    storm clouds loom ahead-


    There is always snow on the mountain and
    wind that bends the wheat and
    sunflowers in the morning light and
    lavender so sweet.

    When shadows steal across the landscape of your mind and night is your companion and hope is
    hard to find-


    Somewhere crystal waters tumble over rounded rock and in the purple dusk of twilight
    a shepherd leads his flock.

    And when those storm clouds release their dreaded rain and when there seems no shelter from the ceaseless pain-


    Spring warmth always follows after winter storms and the beauty of the rose includes the prickly thorns –


    All of Life is One,
    both the bitter and the sweet and
    All’s in perfect order-
    It’s only our view that’s incomplete.

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    All so true, KATHY. This is a lovely reminder. With Deeper Perception, we can go into the experience of any of those positives by reading our own auras, or how our faces change, or safely doing an empath merge (when we have skill).

    When STUFF in our auras and/or cellular memory causes the negatives of life to dominate, we can use techniques like cutting cords of attachment or healing frozen blocks with Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis®.

    What is the practical use of Deeper Perception for dealing with life’s difficulties? Ultimately, as a wise man once said, “We can make a mountain out of a particle, or a particle out of a mountain.”

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