There is a reason it was the next song on the station.Posted by PurpleLama (here)
One who has the courage to fight the demons of ego and self in truth tend to become very grateful to have others come along and help shine light on what we have trouble seeing in ourselves. That's what I mean by eating the poo sandwich. My pet term for shadow work, if you will. We are seeing a medicine woman helping one she herself sees as having the potential of having the real love and light shine through. Yucky vegetables kids hate to eat are the same foods that give the most health and vitality and medicine that tastes like sh!t makes you well again. Calz and eagle were my first "friends" on this website, and I see some of what she sees in calz, so I see where she's coming from. I hope, when emotions are smoother, he'll go back over her posts and extract what I did. I found much of what was said to be helpful, and really that goes for all participants. "and when die and they lay me to rest, I'm goin to the place that's the best"
Hey, dead "PurpleLama"! *waves*
Here and now, wondering if the life review will contain interactions on avalon.
I can't explain, but when carmody played dragging the line, it's like this was the next song on the station.
you got it exactly right.
That is due to the 'great book of misheard lyrics'.
when I first heard the song 'draggin' the line'..i thought I heard "hitchin' a ride"..and i never bothered to investigate the rest of the lyrics. so..tree huggers, sun, rain, snow, all good, bummin' around the world.
Hippies. Those damned Hippies.
And when Nora spoke of the thoughts by natives... regarding 'don't look into the light'... it made me think of that tune..with the misheard lyrics.
As if those damn hippies had incarnated here so they could take a ride. basically.. crowding out the natives and overpacking the planet....to come here for some grand finale form of a 'into the sky' version of a Dead concert.
The next thought was that they could wear one of those shirts from the "Restaurant at the end of the Universe', (Douglas Adams book) similar to the concert t-shirts from 'Disaster Area', which used the power of a sun and flipped continents over at crescendos. They said "I survived the 'Disaster Area' concert on Signus XXI" or whatever. Except they could wear T-shirts saying 'I wuz on Earth when they Blew sh!t up". Just like some damn hippie with life stories about their acid trips and all that Patchouli..
So..to get the T-shirt, they had to crowd the planet and then die when things went poofy.
Just a bit of humour...... but that is what I was thinking when I posted the song. They would then go to that 'spirit in the sky'.