2 Posts Coming Soon—Life: Cubed and The Accidental Medium

I can tell from my stats that readers check my site on a daily basis, so I like to keep you all informed when new posts are coming soon. Today I am continuing work on 2 posts that I started earlier in the week; each post does take me about 2 to 2.5 hours to complete, and then, of course, I want to edit them 16 more times, but sometimes I just have to post it to keep the blog alive! This week I am working on 2 posts simultaneously, because I find both of the ideas too compelling and fun to write about to put off.
Earlier this week, I was thinking again about the concept of balance—specifically, homeostasis. Courtesy of Dictionary.com, we know that homeostasis is a noun that refers to a state or condition of a system—
1.
The tendency of a system, especially the physiological system of higher animals, to maintain internal stability, owing to the coordinated response of its parts to any situation or stimulus that would tend to disturb its normal condition or function.
2.
Psychology: a state of psychological equilibrium obtained when tension or a drive has been reduced or eliminated.
This little tidbit will lead to me telling you that life is a Rubik’s cube, why the Rubik’s cube is a perfect metaphor for life, and ultimately, why it is you can accept your life decisions and live in peace with them—all of them—even when they lead to chaos and disorder, even while working to achieve homeostasis. After beginning this post, I also happened to read, fortuitously, without Googling, just by opening up a browser, that the Rubik’s Cube graduated into the National Toy Hall of Fame 2 days after I started writing the post. This is the kind of synchronicity that tells me when I am on the right track and, now that you are reading this post, this is the kind of synchronicity that tells you the Universe intended for you to encounter it.
My second post for the week is one that I considered for some time but was unsure whether it would be too didactic for my readers’ tastes. A friend mentioned this week that some of my terminology could bear some explanation, and that it would be interesting to know more of my back story—i.e., how did I come into awareness as a medium. This post will contain some information from the book that I am writing about my experiences with severe depression, anxiety and, ultimately, mediumship, but it will not give away the whole shebang, because I want you all to be interested in my book when it is fully complete. I also plan to share in coming posts (anonymously, with all identifying details removed) some of the sessions and overall experiences I have had as a medium and Reiki practitioner thus far.
Overall, thank you as always for reading, and I hope you enjoy the posts when they are finished, as well as all of my previous posts. Drop me a line in the comments if you have any questions for me or any suggestions for future posts. I am looking into adding a frequently asked questions—medium style section to the site and maybe a possible forum-like area where people could post questions and I could answer them regularly. Feel free to follow me as well or drop me a line on Twitter @soulunfold.
Talk to you all soon. In love and light—Erica.

One Comment Add yours

  1. Anonymous says:

    I think you got the editing from me. So sorry! Ask the prof who had to tea my paper from my hands before I edited it again!

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