[vc_row type="in_container" scene_position="center" text_color="dark" text_align="left" overlay_strength="0.3"][vc_column column_padding="no-extra-padding" column_padding_position="all" background_color_opacity="1" background_hover_color_opacity="1" width="1/1"][vc_column_text]I'm a Divine Lover and a Lover of the Divine. Growing up I never quite got the God of religion, who was warm and loving in one moment, then punishing and frightening the next. Even to my very young mind I didn't get how God would be so extremely bi-polar in It's view of humanity and so harshly S & M in It's relationship with us, somehow that didn't feel right. So I went on a search of my own. The name God became, The Divine and I invited It to instruct me directly, to teach me directly and to show me what my walk is really about. This is what I learned... The Divine is powerful yet soft, loving and giving yet detached, It invites us to connect but is absolutely liberal about when this happens. We have free will and choices, yet every question we have is answered, every solid conclusion we draw is supported. However, we live in a universe that is ordered and precise. It supports balance and it's always moving toward creating harmony. It gently releases the things that are in a state of contraction and holds onto the things that are expanding, all the while seeking equilibrium.
I've personally learned that the Divine is my internal compass and navigational system. It is my eternal wise. It is the keeper of my blueprint and the holder of my architecture in this lifetime and all my other lives past and future. I constantly walk with my Divinity, I take it to the most absurd places and it brings humor, to the dark places it brings expansion, in my times of ignorance it's gently revealing. It has been with me on many dancefloors and shopping sprees, to bars and sacred circles, it has urged me to explore my boundaries, my gifts, my loves, my connections. It has presented a buffet of textures, colours and contrasting experiences to play with and discover. It has brought me magic, alchemy, joy and peace. When things get challenging it is there to remind me of who I really am. That I am an infinite being, that this is a drop in the ocean, that there is no experience that is larger than my ability to surmount it. That I am always sustained and held, no matter what happens.
So I am a Divine Lover and a Lover of the Divine.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]