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Shervin Hojat, Ph.D.

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· Escape From intimacy

· Father I Need You

· Listening to You

· Joy & Sorrow

· Mirror of You and Me

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  The Door Has Opened
by Shervin Hojat, Ph.D.
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.

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The more we proactively welcome feeling our emotions the less we will be forced to feel them in events in our life.


Carefully seeking half truths to feel safe!

While walking at the edge of dark and light fearing both!

Uses control to experience small amounts of light at a time.

“Good enough” is the mantra.

Unaware of his true beautiful self
plays it safe and cautious.

Walking a tight rope on his memory’s lane of
pain, anger, fear, resentment, grief;
repressing them all in his subconscious.

A jolt of love repressed under pain of separation
shocks his emotional and physical body.

Ego is overwhelmed and loses control!

Forgotten memories appear with vivid images.

Time is not a variable.

Was it fifty years ago or two thousand years ago?

Who knows?  Does it matter?

Memories with stunning energy are ready
to be harnessed and understood.

The door has opened up
cannot push the light back out!

He recklessly embraces the light
with his full being.

Calm, alive and determined
gazes forward.

Copyright . 2012 by Shervin Hojat

 


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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 10/1/2012
I'm thinking of a certain someone who is walking the line right now. Often besieged by half-truths and innuendo, that still maintains his cool.

Am I right?

Ron
Reviewed by pat medlin 9/30/2012
such wonderful words of inspiration flow gently from this write, for those 'walking at the edge of darkness and light'...a glimpse of moving forward...nice work ...pmedlin

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