Friday, May 18, 2007

Coming Home

An interesting title for my first blog. I have been asked by several friends lately, when are you coming home? Home? The east coast is no longer my home. I live in Sedona, Arizona. Then I asked myself, "Is Sedona my home?" The answer came immediately. No. So where is home?

Home is where the heart is, so the saying goes. My heart is the center of my being, the core essence of who I am. After all, the heart has been associated with the emotion of love for centuries. Love is who we are, the "stuffings" of the universe. If I follow my heart, I am not following someone or something outside of myself. I am following an internal compass, a homing device, if you will, within my heart. As long as I follow the tracking beam of my homing device, I am good to go. It is similar to an ancient Chinese device used to find their way back home. They placed a wooden statue of their emperor, arm outstretched and finger pointing, atop a cart. Underneath the cart was a series of cogs that would turn as the wheels turned. As the cart was pulled, the wooden statue would turn in such as way as to always point toward home, no matter which direction the cart was pulled or how far away from home it was.

My heart has pulled me in many different directions, some thousands of miles away from "home." I imagine that some of my friends and family wonder about my wanderings. We all have our own path to follow. The heart knows what no one else has seen.

Do you know where home is? What is at the core or heart of your essence?

My book, In the Key of Life An Activational Journey to the Soul, provides nine keys to realizing who you truly are. It consists of a series of inspirational writings with accompanying sacred geometry drawings that represent the energy of the writing. The writings serve to activate your conscious mind, while the drawings activate the subconscious mind, unlocking the codes to living your divine purpose. The publication date is July 4, 2007 - Independence Day - freedom to be who you truly are.

If you woud like to purchase an autographed advance copy of my book, click on the link below. On my website, you can read an excerpt from the book, order other products, and find out more information about me and future web classes based on the book.


To answer the question posed by my friends back east - I am always home.


3 comments:

Mark David Gerson said...
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Mark David Gerson said...

Joan:

Congratulations on both book and blog.

After two-plus years on the road, this inaugural post (not suprisingly) resonates particularly with me. It's always a challenge to remember, as I continue my journeying, that home always travels with me.

Having said that, I still like to get my hands on one of those EPS (Emperor Positioning Systems) things!

Best wishes,
Mark David
http://markdavidgerson.blogspot.com
http://themoonquest.com

cindy...... said...

Hi joan....this is cindy....can you believe I actually navigated my way to your sight....nice job.....tell everyone in Sedonna hello from me....off to visit my new angel baby Kinsey....