The wheat and the chaff. The corn and the husk.
To get to the good stuff, we must remove the outer shell and toss it.
It’s the same way with people, in a non-cannibalistic way (but hey, I don’t judge, I hear we taste like chicken). We crave to live from our center, our core being, our true self, and for some people it’s as easy as breathing. For others, the possible judgments of the outside world make that hard. We all have our walls, our boundaries, our protections that we put up in regards to how we interact with the world and how it interacts with us in turn, some more than others. And then we get comfortable within said walls.
But when the inner self grows past the confines of the boundaries, something’s gotta give. Continue reading “Fires of Transformation”