Truth: the petals gracefully unfold from the enclosed bud as a delicate spring sun warms the earth and the blossoms abound. The gentle shades of pink soften and melt the beholder’s eye and heart, the delicate scent plays with the senses.
The southern hemisphere breathes out and creates new life, leaving behind the contraction of the winter period.
Budding into Me
This bud is a metaphor for my own being.
The Master Key Experience (MKE) came to me in my winter and the six months of study created my spring and consequently my summer.
The bud, my heart and mind, blossomed into the most beautiful flower and eventually bore the sweetest of fruit as a manifestation.
The branches of the tree are leafy and vibrant green. The roots are firmly grounded into the earth, being nourished by the depth of soil and minerals.
Vibrancy in the Ether
The vibrancy of the leaves are the aspects of my mind, gathering the knowledge from the ethers, the universal discourse. The rain and sun awakens my senses and creates a spectrum of colors that enhance my focus, clarity and vision. The depth of spirit substance and science fulfil my curiosity.
The multifaceted light that shines into the darkest spaces has been awoken by the teachings within the MKE.
Ripening to the Truth
As the fruit matures and is picked and enjoyed by many, likewise is this knowledge imparted to all that are touched by the lessons.
Mark and Davene Januszewski and all the guides and staff tend the orchard with loving care, humor and real intelligence.
The difference that is made to the orchard, to you and me, is the difference between ripe fruit enjoyed by all and the fruit that drops to the ground before maturity.
Which fruit do you choose to be? What is your truth?
Peaches, your descriptive language was elegant and created a beautiful visual impression that woke up all my senses. What a captivating way to describe the MKE. I really liked how you used the bud as a metaphor of your own being, combining that with your heart, your mind which produced the beautiful flower and ended with the manifestation of the fruit that you desired. What a great progression.
Thanks for your thoughts and for sharing your experience.
What is the difference between the ripe fruit that is enjoyed by all and the fruit that drops to the ground?
Great metaphor and beautifully written, thank you Peaches!
Peaches, in describing your personal transformation, your post brings nature at its best into our lives – with the #masterkeyexperience along for the ride. I’m reminded of this Tennessee Williams line, “how calmly does the olive branch observe the sky begin to blanch. Without a cry. Without a prayer. With no betrayal of despair.” Loved this post you’ve written! 🙂
Thank you for sharing, Peaches. I was captivated by your beautiful prose and you amazing metaphor. Peace!
Thank you for sharing Peaches! So poetic and lovely. And I just love the cherry blossom picture!
What a beautiful post, Peaches! And I think I want to be the ripe fruit that all can enjoy, not the one that rots on the floor. Thanks for invoking such beauty in your descriptions and such deepness in your questions. Very lovely!
Peaches, thank you for your blog. What a powerful question you propose to us. Which fruit are we going to choose to be? We have an important decision to make for ourselves, only we can decide. We get to determine our truth, that is so special. Blog rover John.
Such a beautiful poet you are! Your description is so lovely and wonderfully describes the MKE. 🙂
Thanks Peaches for reading your beautiful post – love the depth and wisdom in the powerful metaphors – ripening to truth – just love it !
I agree JJ! Way to go Peaches, it was wonderful to hear your words in your own voice.
Thank you for sharing this beautiful analogy to the MKE. You certainly have a way with words (and with speaking — hint, hint, go listen to Peaches read her blog on Clubhouse). You are cherished.
Beautiful post, Peaches!
I love both your voice and this marvelous blog. I agree with Pammy, you should read to all of us every night. I absolutely love your take and how you relate your life to the different seasons. I’m so grateful to your insights and what they mean to you. Thanks for sharing and for reading your blog to all of us.