Rerun 003: I am vague because I am endless — Modern Mystic Mother

14 August, 2018. I am a lot of things. Mostly contradictory and complex. It is both a delight and a curse to be me. How I feel about existence really depends on a lot of things that are all temporary and transient. I have a lot of ideas and I struggle to pin down anything […]

via Rerun 003: I am vague because I am endless — Modern Mystic Mother

7 January 2019, 4:09pm; Good afternoon to all the beautiful readers of the Pointless Overthinking Amphitheatre. This is Kalliope, the modern mystic mother. It has been a long time (relatively speaking) since I last stood upon this platform and spoke with (to) you all here.

I have been quiet as of late as there has been a bunch of things in my immediate physical life that has required my attention and focus as thus my presence online has waned. That’s totally fine, it’s not exactly fame and fortune I desire.

My desires? My ambitions and idealised intentions? To foster and nurture creative and critical thought in humanity, but to also emphasise that when we as individuals reach out to others, we do so out of a place of love and respect.

I have been quite blessed in the regard that I have no had any misfortune of being the recipient of any negativity or malice from my fellow Overthinkers. Phew. However I do want to draw attention to decorum and perceived intentions. For although we may not mean to come across as pushy or aggressive, it is this same eagerness and intensity that can be interpreted as overstepping one’s bounds.

We, as a social species, seek to connect with other like minded individuals. We are not creatures who desire to feel isolation and solitude (although those states of being can offer respite when we are otherwise inundated with so many social contracts and civil cues).

I have been reviewing my very first blog posts from back in August. I often enjoy these reflexive exercises as it allows me moments to meditate upon my own personal progress and development as an individual. It’s all rather philosophical and metaphysical, I carry out my own periodical personal performance reviews. HAHA. How is that for pointless overthinking?

This blogpost that I am sharing with you here today is a demonstration of that quintessential quality of POINTLESS OVERTHINKING, as my 3rd ever blog post on WordPress is me waffling on about the oxymoronic need to cognitively harmonise infinite/finite paradox of existence.

It is a beneficial practice to make a take the time to regularly review where you are now in your life so you may evaluate your own personal power and the direction in where you have been steering.

  • Are you the kind of person you want to be/see in the world?
  • Are you living the life you wish to have?
  • Are you making the best out of what you have?

We live in a world where it is not our minds or hearts that exist in isolation, but it is the actions and deeds that give weight to our intentions. For we only know and see what we can learn to see.

Be sure that you live and speak your own personal truth, thereby it has no reason to fear and shrink back from the harsh, examining and revealing light of judgment. You don’t have to take my word as gospel, but instead take it as A PERSONAL OPINION. This is my theory and idea in regards to the unseen machinations of human behaviour in society and culture.

Honesty. Be honest with yourself. That way when you approach others, you have no reason to fear or doubt any scrutiny.

Lots of love and light from this little fireball of sunshine and warmth, to all of you who took the time to read my words. 🙂

xoxox

(btw, I signed up to Patreon. If you appreciate my words and teachings, I would be humbled if you could show your support by becoming a patron of mine for as little as $1 per month.)

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