taming the exiled wolves…and deers…

Parts of our spirit disappear into the mind when we deny them, dissociate them, repress them – and the exiled parts become wild and ferocious, like we all do when we feel exiled…and so to tame my exiled wolves and foxes and deer(I have exiled many deers, and eagles too) I must do as the Fox teaches the Little Prince – slowly walk closer, offering  delicious food and talking in soft voice, so the exiled understand that they can dare to come back home, into my Heart

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. anne h
    Nov 09, 2010 @ 05:17:06

    Yes, and yet – aren’t WE the ones in exile?
    From God, that is!
    Love it, Nina!

    Reply

  2. littlesister
    Nov 09, 2010 @ 12:30:12

    ooo! that’s so right,Anne! and what a wonderful reminder to me that was.Yet – as long as I believe that, I like to be nice to my exiled somethings –

    Reply

  3. anne h
    Nov 10, 2010 @ 03:24:38

    Oh yes indeed – that’s the only way to be!
    Not because of what THEY are,
    but because of Who We Are!

    Reply

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