Wednesday, March 11, 2015

We Dwell In Possiblity During Deconstruction


Sometimes, when things seem to be falling apart in our lives, it is happening to allow us to move on in ways that we would not otherwise, because we would hold on to what we have now.  Our will is to keep something the same, divine will is to allow change.  What we don’t see is that the change is wonderful and so we get wrapped up in the bad feeling that things are falling apart.  Resist not!  It isn’t easy to enjoy deconstruction.  But when it starts happening to me, I have begun to notice it now, and I can have faith that something wonderful is about to occur in my life.
Deconstruction is a difficult process for all of us.  As we create, we are reaching within to experience God and feel our oneness with God and all his glory.  As we deconstruct, we are bringing the energy of God back to the world, and making room for divine will in our experience (the deconstruction.)  When we have fully embraced both processes, creation and deconstruction occur simultaneously. As we reach within and connect to all creation, we express creation as divine will makes it “more” than ever before, adding the possibility that is ours in the moment.  This is the crux of coherent integration. There is joy in feeling the connection and honoring the individuation.
All material copyrighted 2010: All About Living, Molly Brogan
 Artwork by Andy Kehoe.   Many thanks.


Ian said...

If we value what we are losing, like a loved one through death, it is difficult, if we are caring, not to feel the loss.

I like your new book. I find something new each time I read an essay. thanks.

Kate said...

you are well known for keeping a good attitude when things go bad. This is so like you. Great book cover. Congrats.

Anonymous said...

when things are falling apart...why do they have to do that? Do things have to fall apart?

Ari said...

shiva, destroys with one arm, rebuilds with what IS.

Molly Brogan said...

Speaking for myself, I have learned to appreciate, to a greater extent, the falling apart of experience and welcome the change it can bring. This, for me, was a leap of faith at first. That faith became trust, a deep abiding trust that life is good and people are loving, that I have the strength to endure and the creativity necessary for a splendid experience.

Thanks, everyone, for the great comments and for considering this chapter of my book.

Campbell Jane said...

I know this all so well to be true. I love the art you choose for your wonderful posts!

Molly Brogan said...

Your artwork is some of my favorite, CJ. Thanks again for allowing me to include it in my blogs. It gets raves from my readers.