My Ayahuasca Journey Part II (The Trip) — Day 76 of 99 Days of Wander

I tell her that I know. I know it all. We embrace and she holds me. Long and hard. I start crying, tears start pouring out of my eyes and I sob. I sob in real life too lying there completely vulnerable, completely myself. I don’t care.

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Isn’t that weird? Isn’t that scary? It’s like being on the verge of crazy. Who’s a crazy person anyways? Someone who can’t control their mind, right?

Let it go. Don’t control it.

Show me what I need to see. I am not scared. I am ready. Take me where I need to go.

I am here and I am ready. Show me everything.

Freedom. Joy. Peace.

Thinking is overrated anyways. It’s all a game. We’re all playing a beautiful game and we don’t even realize it. And it can either control us or we can control it. But there is another way.

We can play the game with it. We can watch and observe it. We can let it do its thing and we laugh at it together.

What matters is living, experiencing life. That’s all. All the other little things that we make in our own mind don’t matter. They come and go. Everything comes and goes. We will eventually die. We will eventually be reborn in one form or another. It’s all impermanent.

What is the lesson?

What is the lesson, damn it?!

Is this the transformation?

What is reality?

Pure joy, pure bliss, pure happiness. Our natural state and vibrations. This is what it feels like to be alive and to be human. I see it, I understand it, I appreciate it. We are here to love and share the love. It feels almost natural to me because I felt it before. I felt it travelling the world. I felt it in every country where people are just people. Where we blend in with nature and animals. Where we are all in this together, an ecosystem supporting each other.

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