Author: Debbie Lynn

Celebrate Aloneness.

  By Debbie Lynn I have always felt alone, but not lonely. This feeling began when I was very young and it was hard. I didn’t have the tools, the knowledge or the understanding to articulate the emptiness, so began the titled vision of my alone. As a child, I was always standing just on the outside of the circle, which gave me a unique view of how cruel and awe-filled life can be—I witnessed this dichotomy with great wonder. The meanness of my friends left me uncomfortable, like new shoes that are too tight but you have to wear them...

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Embracing The Freedom Of Memory.

  By Debbie Lynn There is a huge difference between dancing in, and dwelling in the memory and the energy of our beautiful recall is either etched-in by emotion, or buried by it. It isn’t until we can thank it all, every layer – good bad or indifferent that we can consciously be present to life in general. We get to choose… So the prudent student understands that the multilayer of our past is an invitation for betterment but superficial at best, as the memory (living in our experiences, and as we remember them) has been added on to, altered (as the perception matures) and...

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I am My Ego.

  By Debbie Lynn Good ego, bad ego: a noun and an adjective. I often hear or read the expression “kill the ego”, and I have wondered just how one accomplishes that without going to jail and or committing suicide? So to take this to a different level (not literally), we have to break our ego down deeply, truthfully and mindfully—perhaps starting here with a definition: Typically the meaning of ego gets attached to the arrogant, the nasty and the messy side of people. It is the blame for poor and unsavory delivered words and actions, then it becomes...

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Surrender the Old Paradigm, Release the Relationship.

  By Debbie Lynn Do you remember loving, or being loved, in desperation, how weighted and uncomfortable it felt? Do you remember asking through the chains, is it real? No matter how much it hurts, we have to release corrupted and unhealthy love all for the sake of mind/body/soul. When we reach a certain space in our attainment there is a deeper understanding of what it truly means to be in love thoroughly, respectfully and unattached. There is no relying on someone to fulfill us or make us whole—we understand are already complete. We are alive and vivid in the company...

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