In the last couple of days, I’ve been having some silly & playful text exchanges with some friends, who like me love language, especially imitating crazy accents. All I need to do is receive a text like – “Oh my gawd, we wouldn’t want ya ta worry! Cawlm yaself down! ya need a massauge”, for me to go – “Oh my gauche, ya kidin me? I need a 24 hour masssauge”….
Something about this permission to be silly & crazy produces a wave of good~energy, or how I would term it in the ‘wacky language’ – Gudeneregy. Of course I can go immediately into the “wachataulkin about?” mode, and end up saying nothing serious for the rest of my daily message…. but maybe it’s not such a bad thing because the point I’m trying to make is that ‘Energy, is the medicine of the 21st century’. The energy we put out is what we’re bound to receive back. There is such a thing as feeling good~energy & bad~energy. This morning I woke up with GUDENERGY. All I could think about since I woke up is how to spread it. It’s light, its fun & its loving. It also feels alive & healthy. My body feels light, my mind feels open, my emotions are calm, and I feel creative & free.
Now the question is what to do when it’s challenged, attacked & misunderstood. Like when I went this morning to the hardware store to get some boric acid for the water bugs I’ve been seeing in my bathroom, the vendor who speaks French and who I usually greet with “Bonjour”, said to me with a stern voice “There are three people ahead of you”, as if to suggest that I’m trying to get ahead of the line… Of course I got triggered and felt misunderstood & shamed for a moment, and was ready to blast her with some wiser-assed remark, but instead I opened my heart & breathed with ease… and what came out of my mouth was – “Where is the line to say bonjour”? and everyone started laughing including the meshugena Ms. congeniality -;)
I’m on my way upstate New York to officiate my first wedding. All I’d like to bless Megan & Quinn with is gudenergy. They’ll need it to grow the almost impossible dream of getting & staying married these days.
Samuel Jakob Kirschner – Voice of the BREAZE