The act of becoming is a subtle & quiet phase. Get out of the box, do it anyway. Do it anyway

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Image by Peter Novotny from Pixabay

The taste of your name

leaves me not the same

the spice of mine

when it leaves your lips

a tingling spine

love divine

say more

the letters drip slowly in tandem

your lips quiver

©Sandi Martinez

Continued on Anchor, click below!

Are you ill, or just waking up (spiritual pains)?

Picking up here, where I left off on Anchor!

Awake? Ill? Nuts? What?

I’m hoping to hash up some convos on the physical symptoms of spiritual awakening. I thank those of you visiting from my Anchor podcast, and joining in on the conversation.

My top symptoms (as I’ve experienced them):

  • Unusual out-of-the blue headaches
  • Chills (like you’re about to get a cold) but you’re fine
  • Inexplicable body aches and pains (some internal, some external)
  • Spacing out at REALLY inconvenient times
  • Taking deep breaths naturally (without being told or encouraged to because your blood pressure is about to hit the roof)
  • Stomach upsets (of all kinds)
  • Bright lights, specks of light – peripheral – not like eye floaters
  • Feet getting really hot or cold, regardless of the season
  • Scalp burning sensation, itching, or simply feeling like someone put a juiced-up battery in your head… no, not dandruff related
  • You feel very sensitive to your surroundings, bright lights, and sudden noises

***These are not to be ticked off as being ok medically. I’m not a doctor, or scientist. Please see your/a physician if any of these are worsening and simply can’t be treated as spiritually-related.***

I know it all seems like a lot to swallow. I’ve been feeling most of these symptoms for about the last year. I do feel as if a massive energetic storm has hit… I forget I’m a human experiencing the ups and downs of catching up with a soul as old as time itself. The above list is just a few of the many physical sensations we all feel when our soul is guiding us.

Share your thoughts folks, I’d love to hear them!

Be well, and I’m wishing you many blessings! Sandi

A Hard Find

Kicked around all over the ground

It’s the sweetness from your lips

your salty glistening

sexy sips

what is this?

what did I miss?

here, under my rock

not a sound

not a hiss,

what is this?

What the heck, it’s all so strange;

those foreign

moments of bliss…

Listen to the rest on Anchor

Many blessings folks – be good to others, be good to yourself. Sandi

Crying

Image by vishnu vijayan from Pixabay

We all know how devastating 2020 was all around the world – a global crisis – for me, it centered around internal battle, spiritual wars, and the will to get up and keep fighting. The poem below is also recorded on Spotify. I’ve included a few lines here:

I flip off my shoes

and lay back on my couch

my sweet dogs are at my feet

their warmth surrounding me

I try to close my eyes

as my body loosens…

Many blessings folks – BTW, crying is a form of medicine for me. What is it for you? Sandi

I still can’t get over it

A list of self-proclaimed messiah’s: Why?

I’m very bothered by this lately. Why?

For those people who are patiently awaiting Jesus’ return, what must one do, with so many of these people floating around? Why?

This bothered me so much, that I am writing a post about it. I almost didn’t. Right this moment, I could easily close my laptop and do something else worthwhile. Like, catch up on some great Netflix shows. I wish I could wave a magic wand and bring truth to this confusion. Though, the messiah’s in question appear to be positive they in whatever alphabetical order they appear, are convinced they are the savior.

If I’m going to write this, I’m going to give it proper attention. And more questions than answers. So, let’s begin:

Would the real Jesus need to be on a list on Wikipedia?

Who is the real Jesus, and does He have to be a man?

Is Jesus a member of an 8-billion population today, 6/28/2021?

What on earth would Jesus say to this nonsense? Would he casually touch the heads of these fake messiah’s and forgive them and wake them from a long and dreamy sleep? (That’s what the real Jesus would do.)

Would the real Jesus profit off of the poor, confused, and brain-washed? Like with money, jets, mansions…

Would the real Jesus get angry with me for writing this with a touch of sarcasm and flippant questions with a bit of vinegar and water?

I will stop here with the questions. The reality is, there has always been wannabe messiah’s through the ages. I just can’t seem to wrap my head around why I am so deeply affected as of late with this nonsense. The last thing I want is for God to get angry with me if indeed, Jesus walks amongst us, but hasn’t even made it to the Wikipedia list. Wouldn’t that be something?

What are your thoughts folks? I’m ready, come at me – :=]

Many blessings, Sandi

IS the customer ALWAYS right?

I don't think you heard me... Can you transfer me to someone who can?

Customer… can I please speak to your manager? CSR, ‘I’m sorry, but I’m just following company rules…

Many blessings 🙏, Sandi

Water makes things grow

The great Cottonwood, Northern New Mexico

Be kind, be loving, be gentle with yourself – you’ll see things bloom before you know it… My Anchor recording says it best maybe. A picture is worth a thousand words (or in my case, less).

This cottonwood is very old. All cottonwood trees, like any living thing really, needs water to survive. The farmer, or gardener doesn’t pull up a chair and sit there to see the progress of their seeds… Sometimes, the frustration of planting something beautiful takes time. the growth is what is the most amazing process – you wake up one day, and see ‘the bloom’. Keep growing… keep watering… keep believing.

Many blessings folks! Sandi