Yesterday I gathered with a Sister, Andrea and we played in the park under the guise of the full moon. We shared deeply and embraced each moment and its beauty. Birds sang and blessed us with their songs. The trees held us in sacred wisdom and our souls remembered….Sisterhood.
We prayed together, buried Coca leaves making wishes and used our voices to unify the field for which we amplified out to the world. It was a song of memory….when woman knew their wisdom and sang from that place inside. Neither of us cared what it sounded like but how it made us feel and that created the tone.
This is the second time I connected with her in this life and each time we echoed song through one another. Voices needing to be heard, felt and witnessed. Opening into vulnerability and trusting that each will hold the vibration and space with honor and integrity. Our wild voices are contagious and I learn more about myself through my experiences with other woman. Genuine Sisterhood is profound on so many levels. And has been a missing link for many of us for a long time. I am grateful that many Sisters from my soul family are gathering again. I surrender to the healing of our tribes and call forward the deepest love amongst us all.
So I began to try and reason with sound and song. When we listen to the body and sing a tone and someone joins in with their frequency there is a shift. We don’t know whether to hold our tone as is, as the body is expressing it; or do we merge with the sound coming through the other person. One can say there is a lesson in this 🙂 At first glance this can be a metaphor for maintaining personal power and individuality in We energy. How do we express our fullest expression along side another in their fullest expression. 2 souls, two expressions… How can we hold our authentic voice?
This can be noticed with Oming at yoga, for example. The first one is generally felt individually, meaning each tone is from that particular soul. In the second Om, voices begin to echo into one another and by the third there is a unified field of We. I is no longer present.
So my feeling is, surrender to the We, because it will change shape and form over and over again. It will rejoice in itself and open into new sounds and vibrations. It is the true song of the heart and the essence of humanity.