Transform Transmute Transcend

Trans: Across, beyond, through, on the other side of

Transform: To give a different form to, change the character of; to alter the nature of, convert; to alter the energy of; to be or become changed in form or character

Transmute: To change in nature or form; alter in essence

Transcend: To rise above, in excellence or degree; to overstep or exceed; to be surpassing, excel

Closing the Gap:

You’re here, and you want to be there. So what do you do? You build things. You build bridges and tunnels. Or planes and rocket ships or submersibles that will get you where you want to go on the physical plane, taking you across or through or on the other side of the gap.

Now, what if the gap is one of consciousness? What do you do if you are sad and you want to be happy?  Or lonely and feeling separate and you want to be in union? Joined? Feeling Oneness?

You Tee-up.

Look at the T. The T already looks like a bridge. A vertical line topped with a shorter horizontal line. So, Tee-up.

We live on the physical plane of 3D where we have many different modes of trans-portation to get us from here to there. But always on the physical plane. And now we want to transcend to a higher plane of consciousness.

Art will take us there, and poetry. And anything poetic. Pictures and images, and anything else that sets our imagination going.

Imagination will take us there, and we will fly with wings of fancy.

We will imagine it.

And so it is.

So, Tee-up.

I have personally found the road to transcendence long and slippery, treacherous and unpredictable, joyous and ever-changing, magnificent, tearful, heartbreaking and heart-wrenching as I sought to get from here to there, which for me meant finding a new place of balance and union.

And in this new place of balance and union, I would feel just as deeply as I did before. I wouldn’t be cut-off or removed. I wouldn’t just be the observer but a full participant. I would bring my whole earthly self with me and all my five senses. The only difference would be in my perception of what I was wanting or expecting.

The way I have been able to make and create this switch (for it is a switch with an On or Off button) was to paint and write, draw and write, and so Know what I was doing and what I wanted to do and where I was going with it and was it working?

On April 12, 2011 on Art and Ascension, I will read aloud my story of how I found a Higher Octave, which happened during the space of about eighteen months, and took a decade to understand.

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About Nancy Wait

Nancy Wait is an artist a writer, a writing coach/editor, and author of the memoir "The Nancy Who Drew, The Memoir That Solved A Mystery." She is a former actress (stage, film and TV) in the UK under the name of Nancie Wait. She hosted the blog talk radio show "Art and Ascension," and more recently, "Inspirational Storytellers." Nancy is currently at work on the sequel to her memoir, "The Nancy Who Drew the Way Home," to be published in 2017.
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One Response to Transform Transmute Transcend

  1. Your perspective is always unique and refreshing. This is a terrific piece.

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