Sharing is her soul food

water well

Sharing is her deep need. It is soul food for her. It is not just generosity, it is her vital artery of existence. She loves to open her heart, her wardrobe, her wallet, her home, and her hearth to others. Her subtle channels or nadis draw deep from the earth and her invisible branches intertwine with others.

Sisterhood especially becomes a joy because of the richness of receiving and giving. She shares joyously from the fullness of her soul. There is laughter & rejoicing where she is.

Her biggest joy comes from sharing her soul gifts. Only then does she feel radiantly alive. She acutely understands that her life is not her own. Until she serves, until she touches others deeply, she has not lived. And as she does, the calcification between every cell of her body begins to dissolve. Boundaries dissolve in a great melting and meeting.

She offers the cool nourishing waters of her deep well to all who wish to drink. And when she meets like-hearted sisters, they exchange their gifts ~ a massage for a tarot reading, a freshly baked cake for a healing session, a knitted scarf for a music lesson.

She’s setting up a soul gift barter system that beats all exchange methods. Everyone is becoming richer and richer in this system, as she is sourcing abundance.

She’s going tribal.


6 thoughts on “Sharing is her soul food

  1. This made me think “This is me!” with every word I read of the first 4 paragraphs. I didn’t realize I was going tribal … or that I could barter. Something new I will have to start thinking about – thank you!!

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  3. As I read Sharing her soul food…I felt delight dancing through the words. It all rung true especially the last paragraph. I thought of a word from my culture. I am South African. The word is Ubuntu, Nelson Mandela used this word. I came to the end of the passage and saw it was posted on the day Mandela passed. Love it!! Magic!!

    from a 10/12/2013 article by travellerev

    “Ubuntu… means that we are all part of the same spiritual body. We are not individuals so much as individual expressions of the same universe and to acknowledge one another as being part of the same human family and energy we become human in the fullest sense of the word. Not just that, we become part of the expression of that same universe as it manifests itself on this planet.

    “It means for example that if a stranger passes a village that person does not have to ask for food or a place to sleep as that is understood to be the need of one’s self and thus of the other and to deny the other is to deny yourself. It is, I feel, similar to the Buddhist concept of oneness and that of many of the philosophies of what we call first nation peoples. To be part of the human race means to be part of the fabric of life and the universe. The damage we do to others we do to ourselves and in doing so we damage the planet and life itself…

    Thank you *

  4. Reblogged this on DeAnne Wolfgram and commented:
    Sharing IS Her SOUL Food….

    Sukhvinder Sircar has this potent way of writing alive the feelings and messages of a woman’s heart and soul. I have followed her work on the “Joyous Woman” Facebook page for a long while now… Her writing seemed so tandem to my own journey in 2013. It continues to stir me and the women I join in sacred circle. Namaste Sukhvinder. SHE IS ALIVE in you.

    This particular passage is one of my favorites of this ‘Joyous Woman.’ Enjoy…. Allow this soul food to nourish and catalyze you…..

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