This excerpt of “She is the Moon” will give you a glimpse of its content, but an important one, as most of its writings and inspirations came from the Journey back to the Self, which also, for me, was a journey of love, of deep soul connection of the Twin Flame kind, and of breaking free
“I remember the energy of demolition and loss that I felt on that day when I left what I used to call home, knowing that a chapter was closed and that I’d never come back.
Sometimes we do things and even if we are completely immersed in the action of it, we can feel their power. Their depth. The impact they will have, draw to the future like a thick, undeletable thread.
I knew I was leaving a life behind me, not more but not less. I remember packing fast, disorganized, taking all my things, closing all the cupboards, the doors, the possibilities.
Metaphorically I think I destroyed the furniture, burned the house and so I took the road with everything I kept and all the memories, and drove.
I didn’t know where I was going and that is why precisely why it was so strange. Freeing, mad, energetic. Unreasonable, blind, limitless. So I just drove. Liberated and destroyed, solidly anchored in the air, in the nothingness.
Sometimes I would look behind in the wing mirror. Was it to check the impossibility of turning back? I would look back and see that yes, the house had indeed all burned and nothing was left there, and so there was no way back. No way back at all.
I just needed to go now. Drive a little more in that unknown I had built. I had left home without knowing where I was going and I was there driving in a no man’s land of unknown people, it was raining all around, and nobody was there to say hey on the road, and the car was full of things I didn’t even care of and I didn’t know where I was going, but forward was the only place to go.”
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