It is in our cells, not our minds. Our minds are like tiny transistor radios attempting to translate the voltage of the sun that is memory. Our hearts know, they can do it; our cells know, they can do it; but our minds, these gorgeous instruments with more powers than any computers or telescopes ever dreamed of, don’t get memory. It comes from another realm, speaks a different language, vibrates at a rate imperceptible to mind’s capabilities. The mind must learn its place in this set up.

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2 Responses to “Memory”

  1. Joy Parker Says:

    I want to continue to encourage you to write your book. My voice is getting a bit better and I hope to be able to spend some time coaching you in the near future. Everytime I read your blog I am reminded of something that Martha Graham said:

    “There is a vitality, a life force, a quickening that is translated through you into action; and because there is only one of you in all of time, this experience is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium and be lost. The world will not have it.”

    You have so much to give, and the world must have it.

  2. Tayria Ward Says:

    Joy, I really want and need your coaching. Let’s figure out how to talk soon, I’d love to work more with your dreams when you feel it, and will be very grateful for any advice and encouragement you can give me about writing. I am glad to hear your voice is better. I hope you are feeling better all over. Thank you so much for your support in every way.

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