A year ago I made a video on my Youtube Channel called “What’s in a Name?”, it was essentially an announcement video to the world about my recent “name change”, which went around this big long list from the previous year all the way from “Jordan Duchnycz” to “Jordan SpiritPatch” and a few others I think… Finally culminating in Jordan David.
And i’ve been meaning to do another one, because shortly after making that video I had yet another awakening and realized my true name.
“We are mirrors reflecting mirrors. We see ourselves reflected back at us, but we don’t want to rob that being of their individuality, so we know that we are also a mirror reflecting back to them. It is rather beautiful and touching when you think about it.”—Somgae Eyeno (via themiddlepane)
I don’t know exactly the right way to go about this, it’s an expansion into something I talked about before, of which i didn’t get a lot of feedback about.
Remember how i’ve expressed some frustration with some teachings in the Spiritual Communities on the internet and what have you..?
I recognize that my blogs are less appealing when I come from that space of frustration, and I am doing my best to shift my public expressions into a manner that is approachable and readable, without needing to create a war and separation between myself and the things I’m talking about.
And yet, just because I Love, does not mean I always have to like.
This is sort of a thought experiment that I wrote a while back in response to something on Facebook… it was something about how you create your own reality, and you chose everything that happened in your life, even the bad stuff like when you were attacked or what have you.
I didn’t like that… so i thought I would explore it with a dialogue about Spirit, and Body.
An interpretation of what is, based on the awareness of the Author, brought up through the character Raymond, in a discussion with the character Jordan, which is then read by you.
I think there’s a healthy value to turning your thoughts into a language that you can make sense out of. You can do it in words, you can do it in pictures, in colors, as long as it provides a means for you to understand, describe and share it with others.
Over time, you will even be writing mental programs to do it for you, so that you’re aware of what connections your brain is making without having to strain too hard to figure it all out.
“When you are joyous, look deep into your heart and you shall find it is only which has given you sorrow that is giving you joy. When you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight.”—Kahlil Gibran (via ninehourstwentythreeminutes)