Psalm 45

In the undoing (you murmur) – that’s how you’ll love me – in sweet, sweet undoing –
In slips & zips – in veils & grails – in moons & runes – that’s how you’ll love me

and completion (you sigh) – that’s how we’ll love – in sweet, sweet completion –
In bare & dare – in twine & wine – in need & seed – that’s how we’ll love

Kevin Moran 5/12/10

Whakapapa: I wrote this after hearing a subtle feminine voice call ‘Kevin’ when I was resting & very still. I felt directly spoken to. The voice was urgent & intentional. I knew the source of the voice wanted to join with me. I connect this voice with Sacred Eros, and the Creative Feminine.

I am particularly drawn to the idea that it is through ‘undoing’ that we come to our true self: our true self being an ongoing process of undoing & unfolding. I am inspired by the following passage from Tom Cheetham’s book, After Prophecy: Imagination, Incarnation, and the Unity of the Prophetic Traditions. “The meeting with the Angel points the way towards an emptying and opening out of the habitual self-centred human life to one of compassion & active love. This is the esoteric meaning of the Passion of Christ, of the self-emptying God become man – the Angel summons us to our true self, which is not an object, not an ego, not any kind of thing, but an opening and a process of continual undoing.” After Prophecy: Imagination, Incarnation, and the Unity of the Prophetic Traditions: Tom Cheetham: Pg. 119

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