The Awakening

When you are tired of the hustle and lie awake at night, listening to your soul whisper, “Who am I?”

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“There is a place within you; the home of stillness, of silence, of now. The place of endings and beginnings, of everything and nothing, of infinity and eternity. It is in every breath, every heartbeat, every moment. Listen. Listen. Listen.” ~ Alexandra Domelle

Has it all been thought, said and done?

Or are we just playing it out,

In different ways,

At different time points?

Is there something truly new,

Being discovered?

Birthed?

Created?

Are we as unique as we think we are?

Or simply the same code,

Repeating itself over and over?

Like the hamster running in its wheel,

Moving yet stationary.

Cut from the same cloth,

Birthed of the one Source,

Bound together by invisible ties.

You and I are the same,

In our core, our source, our soul.

And this form we take,

Skin colour, eye colour, hairstyle and height,

Where we live, what we earn, how we speak,

Then there is what we are called,

Names. Titles. Relationships.

Birth at one end,

Death at another,

Life in between.

Unique and yet, the same.




Thank you for choosing to read this story. If these words resonated with you, please share this with your loved ones. Yours, in appreciation, Alexandra


© Copyright Dr. Alexandra Domelle 2018

Visit alexandradomelle.com to explore the weaving together of personal stories, Divine Inspiration and Universal Wisdom. This is your invitation to Live an Inspired Life, filled with Love, Joy and Peace.

Originally published at journal.thriveglobal.com

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