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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Emergence 3.0 - Section Four, Kathy; Part Twenty-two, Childhood; Chapter Two, Memories


Emergence 3.0
A Novel – In One Page Per Day
Day 163, Tuesday
June 12th, 2018

Chapter Two: Memories

There were hidden places within her, deep places she would spend years discovering. This was not unique to Kathy, but she was uniquely able to access all of the remote regions of her sub-conscious and unconscious mind, the deep dark well of her being.

There were languages that no person had spoken for thousands of years. She conversed in them with her ancestors.

There were memories of love, of pain and the promise of transcendence. She dwelt in them, rejoiced in them, and was lifted up by them.

Her memories were full of visions, visions of transformation, of her ancestors, always in a state of becoming.

Kathy took refuge there, entertained herself there, she relived the great dramas of the collective past, the stories that still lingered in the popular consciousness of her contemporaries, she peeled away the myths, the lies, and the propaganda.

She discovered the bare stories, the prime narrative behind the world’s hero’s and God’s.

She spent even more time in the stories of the completely forgotten. In the memories of the farmer, and the slave, the common soldier, the ordinary mother, among the artists and the craftsmen.

She learned.

She chose from among the people and figures of her memories, friends, caring people who could guide her through the processes of managing the incredible deluge that she was often washed in.

Her internal mentors were not just figures from her ancestral past, they also had an active, conscious presence in the cynergenic field.

She chose protectors, good people, teachers, those were had experiences in life that were similar to her own.

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