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Stirring The Deep

Out of the Womb


Out of the Womb

And into the Light


Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting;

The soul that rises with us, our life’s star,

Hath had elsewhere its setting,

And cometh from afar.

Not in entire forgetfulness,

And not in utter nakedness,

But trailing clouds of glory

Do we come from God,

Who is our home.

~ William Wordsworth


Remembering that our true point of origin isn’t a black speck of void or emptiness, which our incomplete and distorted memories allude to, but that it’s the eternal light and love of our heavenly Father is a monumental part of our birth as living souls.

As we grow and are pushed toward the light out of this watery womb, we perceive more clearly the Source of our origin, who we soon will “see” by the awakening light of his divine love, our heavenly Father. In this, we realize our mortal experience served to shape our individuality through free will so that we could abide with him and all of his creation in a harmony of oneness through the giving and receiving of true and pure love.

Author: Rachel

My passion is cultivating a deep relationship with God and helping others to do the same. I LOVE sharing with others insights that God has taught me and hearing what God has taught them... thus my blog, Stirring the Deep. My focus is on a relationship, not a religion. Life is in the relationship. I believe in a balance and unity of body, mind and spirit. I feel it's important to nurture all three for they all affect each other. I try to live in the present, where the Holy Spirit is. And I try to do all with the motive of love. I've come to believe life is a journey and not a destination. It isn't about perfection, is it about growth.

4 thoughts on “Out of the Womb

  1. Very beautiful said

    • Flattery… I know you behave very unscrupulous because of your comments. Nothing you say will save you, I know you got to give your heart to God.

  2. Your the one, I’ve been
    lookin’ for,~
    your the one that’s got the key,
    but I can’t figure out, whether
    I’m ‘too good’, for you,~
    or, are you too good ‘for me’?

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