Psalm 4 – My Heart and I

“Stand in awe, and sin not: commune with your own heart upon your bed, and be still. Selah.” Psalm 4:4 KJVAAE

The inspiration for this piece came to me when the Sun was in Capricorn, and Venus was retrograde.  The energies of Neptune informed me, and my soul reflected back.

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A while back,, I wrote a series of posts about the heart..  It was our summer, and the Lion’s Gate portal was opening.  Those seven messages can be found here:  https://robinpcurrie.com/category/series/seven-days-of-the-heart/

Now I am drawn, in this Psalm, to the directive of communion with the heart. I am compelled. I asked myself what it means to commune with the heart. And why in bed? Commune brought to mind other words, like communicate and converse. This indicates a shared experience, and an equality amongst those within the dialogue. Once again, I had many questions, so I went deep into prayer, and I stood ready to participate in an exchange that would require all of my senses, most especially my gifts of clairaudience, and clairsentience. I became fully present, and finally I could hear, as if for the first time.

“Come to bed, and lie with me”, said my heart.  “Be still.  I will tell you a story.  It’s a love story, about you and me.

“I have loved you from afar, for eons.  I have ached while you suffered, and I have seen you victorious.  I have watched and waited for you to notice me.  Perhaps you do not understand that I am your creation, designed by you for this human purpose.  I bring you gifts by the thousands, but you never seem to care.

“I have brought you great joy, and you experienced it.  Did you know that was me?  Remember how you felt filled, full, fulfilled.  But you did not acknowledge that I was there for you, with unending joy extended to you by my loving arms.  All joy is here for you, kept safe within my holy chambers.

“At times you believed that I was broken.  The grief that you experienced was as mysterious as joy.  Why did it come, and when will it end?  And mostly you asked what you should do. Be still, is my answer, and come to bed.

“You are divided, as the world you have created would indicate.  The metaphor is seen in the hypopolarizing.  I am electric, and waves of change flow through me.  At each moment, a shift occurs, and I continue to work.  I contract, suspend, hold for a fraction of a second.  The space is charged with expectation and tension, A human life hangs on the razor’s edge..  Now comes the powerful release, and with great swiftness the nectar of the body runs like wild rivers of honey.  Do you not experience this within every millisecond of your existence?

“You search, and do not find me.  I’m here, waiting.  I make a sound continuously.  The rhythm never ceases, and you have yet to recognize that I sound the code of your soul from within your human body.  All hearts call out to each other.  We know each other by the frequency.  Can you hear us?

“Feel the messages I send through the arrhythmias of your human existence.  The answers you seek are within.  Follow the sounds, follow the beating drum, and I will guide you.  This I promise.

“You must know me.  I am the narrow gate.  Pass through me and enter a world that is unimaginable, for it can be known only by going there.  Walk through my chambers and my halls to understand how much life is there.  Within, are many mansions.  In my Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. John 14:2 KJVAAE. Abide in me forever”.

With great love,

Robin

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1 Response to Psalm 4 – My Heart and I

  1. Matt LaBarre says:

    As always, thought provoking and prayer-provoking. Thank you.

    Liked by 1 person

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