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From Light Into Shadow…

60cb20aab12defaec134371706c8c9e7TheΒ Wanderers of the Three Aspects page was designed with the purpose of giving a voice to my Work. You may wonder, “What work is that? And why do you capitalize the ‘W’?”

My Work is the freedom of humanity through the expression of Will. The expression of the Will emerges when we have found ourselves strengthening three aspects — Body, Mind, and Spirit. They are foundation to the Work and when one begins to crumble the whole system begins to crumble.

Why do I capitalize the way I do? Some words are not meant the way that you would immediately perceive them. They represent archetypes within my spirituality. Thus ‘Work’ represents the grand overarching sense of what I must do and am meant to do in this life. Whereas ‘work’ may just mean my mundane job.

…and From Shadow Return to the Light.

4bf771e75a3fbcf17a0cd91b8c74b0a3Most of what you will find here is poetry. It is my preferred medium for communicating the aspect of Spirit. I strive to write rhythmically and visually so that an image is created for the reader. There is a certain Magic in doing this. Over the course of time I will add essays expressing the Mind side of things and will include my health goals and pursuits to address the Body side of things.

It is my sincere hope that this page, through my poetry and other writings, will bring inspiration to others so that weΒ may all find our own inner and outer strength.

Please follow this page!

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73 Responses to Home

  1. Nuncio-Fidel says:

    …”when one begins to crumble the whole system begins to crumble”.

    Great Work. Great Words.

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  2. Kay says:

    Wow. Great work on here! Will definitely be following you from now on! Inspires me to post more of my poetry that I have yet to share with the world. Thank you! – Kay

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  3. noblethemes says:

    Very intriguing, indeed! I will certainly follow your work. . . From what I have just read, it sounds as if your (dare I use the term here) world-life view is (or has been) influenced by both neo-Platonism and panentheism (not to be confused with pantheism, of course.) I hope I not being to bold in offering this thought. I quite enjoyed reading your article (above); it resonated with me very deeply. Thank you. And all the best to you w/blessings!

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  4. MsRaphael says:

    Love this: “Thus β€˜Work’ represents the grand overarching sense of what I must do and am meant to do in this life. Whereas β€˜work’ may just mean my mundane job.”
    It’s hard to remind myself on a daily basis that I am not my job; in New York City the question is always, “so what do you do?” and the doing is what makes you money.
    Thank you for sharing!

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  5. I find your text very interesting! I also think a lot in those three – spirit, mind body. 3 is special πŸ™‚ I would like to be able to capitalize 3 πŸ˜‰
    Also important – no religion in my 3-s. What about yours?

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  6. appreciate the response
    thank you –

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  7. charlypriest says:

    Glad you stumbled upon my blog. I thought this was a great page introducing yourself.
    Now, going to read some of your poems.

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  8. Thanks for the follow, ninefolddragon, and I’ll be following you also. I don’t write poetry as a whole but I’ve been trying my hand at it here and there so I admire those who do.

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  9. grimspound says:

    Many thanks for liking the Valentine’s Day post on my blog. Your work is very creative and perceptive. Dianne

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  10. thia licona says:

    Ah! You found me? Nay! You found HIM in me! Hahaha! HalleluYah! It took 100 post to get to you? Father’s timing. The post of today makes my 100 posts in that blog. And you make my? whatever 100 of followers, how ’bout that? Isn’t Father something? He got us all bloggers showing how He is putting together the beautiful tapestry of the power of love from on high that He is making out of all of us! πŸ™‚

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  11. thia licona says:

    Ah! You found me again! And you liked me again! Thanks! I’m on a ‘roll’! A heavenly roll that is! Hahaha! HalleluYah!

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  12. thia licona says:

    how ’bout a comment? I like your smiling face. It encourages me to keep up with your likes. hahaha! πŸ™‚

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  13. Carina says:

    Thank you for the follow!

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  14. Thanks for the follow, we share similar views on the aspects of mind, body, and soul.

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  15. Thanks for your visit and follow, leading me here as a result. Great blog you’ve started.

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  16. Thank you very much!

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  17. jennavive72 says:

    Thank you for your follow! I am very pleased to follow a fellow poet right back! πŸ™‚

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  18. Patrice says:

    ‘Thank You’ for your ‘Follow’!
    What a wonderful way you travel and I, am about to travel with you πŸ˜€

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  19. Side/Dishes says:

    Thank you for your follow as well – keep in touch, fellow writer!!!

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  20. Thank you, Nine fold dragon for the follow. I am looking forward to peruse through your work. : )

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  21. Evan R. Cain says:

    I have found your concept of the unique inseparability between the mind, body, and spirit, to be profoundly true in my own life. Thank you for providing this avenue–I look forward to journeying with you.

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  22. Cool idea for the structure. 3 is the poets number!!!
    I’ll just put it out there that not all Christians are
    Religious. Leave it to the wealthy to capitalize
    On the backs of the poor. The idea of a dude
    Traveling around owning nothing and giving
    Everything is pretty cool. Jesus didn’t have a church
    Or a bible. That was an invention to stratify
    Society into the future. Religion ain’t Christian,
    It’s a government!!!
    Or maybe I should have shut up at hello!!!
    Lol
    Thanks for the ideas
    Jim

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    • I absolutely agree about Religion vs. Christianity. I do a great deal to defend Christianity in conversations because it seems to take more of a knocking in Hollywood and the music industry more than any other spiritual group. I’m a big fan of Jesus, his sermon on the mount, his journey from the garden to Golgotha, and the way he flipped over tables in the temple.

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  23. vivachange77 says:

    I like the focus of your Work. Thanks for visiting my blog and following.

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  24. poetcynthia says:

    “I strive to write rhythmically and visually so that an image is created for the reader” Beautifully said!

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  25. I love your distinction between work and Work.

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  26. Sounds like rather a highfalutin’ way of saying that you’re going to share your poetry with us, but who am I to grumble – so long as it does us all some good – right? πŸ™‚
    Kindness – Robert.

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  27. Thank you for stopping by my page, any attention means so much! I’m heading over to check out your poetry now! Thanks again. πŸ™‚

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  28. New Thought? Center for spiritual living? Thanks for liking my Post “Beauty Day 17”! You have beautiful photos.

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  29. Mick Talbot says:

    My haiku reply:
    ~~~YOUR HEART~~~
    well let it be said
    introduction revealing
    you opened your heart
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Mick

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  30. Lovely about statement, Ninefolddragon.
    I think we are on the same wavelength about some of these things.
    Thank you for following and liking on my blog.

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  31. Thank you for liking my post! Loved how you state that some words represent archetypes within your spirituality. Great concept! Great work! Will definitely subscribe!

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  32. Healing of the body, mind and spirit is a main focus of my life and my poetry and musings. I capitalize certain words in my poetry for emphasis, like Love and Light – being unconditional love and the light of God which streams through us, and other words too. I have been inspired a lot by Emily Dickinson. Thank you for following my blog! I will be reading more of your work today, I tend to fall behind and am in awe of those with thousands of followers! I have close to a couple thousand but that’s with all sorts of social media combined and no way do I keep up with it all. So I pick a few each day.

    That’s the best most can do, what with all the activities of daily living, right? The more I have to do the less time I have to write and the more I feel the importance of making the time to write. Lol. And finally, finally, I am manifesting this for myself. A little more sometimes, a lot less other times, but then I get back on my feet and pick up my laptop or my Kindle and write some more. Blessings to you.

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  33. Ali Qureshi says:

    Thanks for visiting/liking my post. It lead me here.
    This article really is exuding light, from within your words, clearly gives away the reflection of your soul.
    Hopefully, you’ll frequent my blog(s) as well!
    Good Luck with your future endeavors.

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  34. I am really glad I found your blog. I feel a lot of synergy here with my own views and journey. I look forward to reading your work πŸ™‚

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  35. You are most welcome πŸ™‚

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  36. S Francis says:

    I look forward to digging into your blog and feel like appreciate the sentiment in this essay as it fundamentally mirrors my own. By the maturity of your blog, clearly, I have a role-model to learn from and appreciate your comments, wisdom, advice along the way. Poetry has always been the leading vehicle for me to express myself with other forms creeping along behind. I am hoping to develop my own blog so that I can reach a broader audience and create what I hope to be a life-long community of fellow writers, thinkers, and curious travelers.

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    • To that end I definitely feel that we mirror one another then. Poetry, as I’ve always described it, is the portal to the soul. We should, absolutely, form a community of such portals to better understand the world around us.

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      • S Francis says:

        I look forward to it. As you can from my blog, I have only been doing this in earnest for a few weeks and have largely been using this as a vehicle to reconnect with my own writing and to combat an extended bout with writer’s block following my father’s death last year. Overcoming a long held anxiety about sharing my writing was a powerful moment and I am not sure I truly understand how it came about. Nonetheless, in this short time, I have already found many fellow travelers like you and look forward to deepening the connections that can be made through a mutual love for writing and finding parallel “portals.”

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  37. -Eugenia says:

    Excellent post and thank you for the follow. It’s good to meet you,

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  38. I’ve had a chance to look at some of your work now… thanks for inviting me to follow your blog… you’re poetry is a sweet uplift and a delight.
    kj

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  39. I really like reading a post that will make people think.
    Also, many thanks for allowing me to comment! http://www.keefalab.com/groups/twin-metal-bunk-bed-a-person-have-a-twin-bunk-bed-in-your-kids-grasp-bedroom/

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  40. Jim McDonald says:

    Thanks for following me, my friend.

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