M.Ind O.Ver M.Atter: The Awakening

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Take a journey through the realms of life, love, spirituality, culture, and increased consciousness. This collection, combining poetry with short prose, explores the common experiences of people that connect us through a collective subconscious mind. Through these verses, author Healing presents a glimpse of his own life and mind and offers small pieces of wisdom to help you expand your mind, heart, and soul. The interspersed explorations of concepts such as serendipity and the true you help to communicate important messages about our relationships with the world and with each other. Optimistic and open, this compilation provides inspiration and hope to anyone looking for a more connected view of the world. True Expression From the pit of my being pours your Spirit. I acknowledge the omnipotent source of me. As your offspring, I reflect your brilliance from my inner being. Energy, pregnant with anticipation, fills my body. The common thread connects us all in truth As we await the opportunity to burst forth in kinetic force. Spirit permeates the atmosphere, creating the esoteric ether. The all covers all. God is revealed.
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X. Healing, a native of Chicago, has been writing since early childhood. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Morehouse College. As a result of his own spiritual matriculation, X. Healing has recorded his journey as a reminder of from whence he’s come; he has decided to share his journey with the world at-large, but more specifically...you.

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Oct 6, 2015
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Body, Mind & Spirit / Inspiration & Personal Growth
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