From Intuition – to Whisper – to Conversation – to ROAR!… to Change

Mary Holden

Mary Holden

Does the concept of change mean different things to women than to men? We all experience it, even when it seems like nothing is really happening or when things are happening too fast or even not fast enough. In the moment of being, change is happening. Change is being and being is change. The thing that punctuates this meaning happens to be sound: the sound of a collective ROAR! on the part of humanity.

Cinda Stevens Lonsway got punctuated with this knowledge via her intuition one quiet night. She woke, turned on a lamp and started writing about it—in whispers. The essay became a conversation. The conversations rose to the level of a collective ROAR!  And the ROAR! is both what marks and propels change—a change that combines the negative with the positive things in human life, gives power to it and creates good.

ROAR!  It comes in to each of us as words on a page or a screen. The words create the same kind of resonance to the soul as sound resonates in the ear. The message enters doorways of the heart; it moves in and sets up housekeeping. It creates awareness that leaves litter and dust, but then it also vacuums, wipes up and leaves clarity. When you have heard the ROAR!,  you yourself ROAR!

For me, the ROAR! has changed my life in three ways:

1. It caught me up in a new mass consciousness, a new way of thinking about my role as a human: THE MORE I IMPROVE MYSELF, THE MORE THE WORLD IMPROVES.

2. It gave me a new voice: MY IMPROVEMENTS MUST BE SHARED IN THE MOST DIPLOMATIC AND GENTLE WAY BY BEING A NONJUDGMENTAL WITNESS TO THE LIVES OF OTHERS, EXUDING COMPASSION AND PRACTICING FORGIVENESS.

3. It gave me permission to know that I have at my disposal the most powerful force in the world: I CAN GIVE AND RECEIVE LOVE WITH GRACE AND WITHOUT EXPECTATION.

It is our ROAR! that passes this information on…and on…and on…, and it is our participation in the act of Right Objectives About Relationships that we will move humanity forward, personally and collectively.

Mary Holden,  Editor,  http://marylholdeneditor.com/Site_2/About_Me.html

1 Comment

  1. Mary, what a powerful and incredible ROAR! you share here. It is creative, beautiful and heartfelt (I can feel it through the screen). I know what this must mean coming from you and I am so grateful for the time it took for you to write this and then the love it took for you to share it with us. Thank you, C

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