A.K.Reader: New E-Book, LOSING EMMA

LOSING EMMAAlthough the experiences referred to in this e-book happened not all that long ago, it all still feels like A.K. Reader material! What I’ve noticed most about this “Art of Recapitulation,” so named by reader Anthony in a comment today β€” as I recall, the phrase springs originally from Carlos Castenedas, his trickster shaman Don Juan β€” is that each time I consciously descend into an old experience, or into an old process that connected experiences, I feel myself once again, there, right there, inside that dimension for the time it takes to recapitulate it, mine its meaning and value. And the experience of doing this, day after day as I collect and share all these essays and other material from the past, is so wondrously multi-layered, multidimensional, and yet, curiously, as Anthony mentioned, freeing! By dipping into, and thoroughly recapitulating “heaviness,” I lighten up! Just one more paradox attending our very mysterious incorporated life here on this blessed Earth.

BTW: now that, at the age of 75, I am beginning the descending half of the third cycle of Saturn, I recognize Recapitulation as the specialized Gift of not only the third cycle, but including the two cycles preceding it. As if, in our spiralling through time, and if we can remain conscious throughout, then we are now, at my age, presented with an extraordinary and unparalleled opportunity to look back on life as a whole, in ways which are both increasingly detailed and yet also increasingly panaoramic. And the resulting multidimensional tapestry! Oh! Just so immensely, intensely rich that words fail to catch even a glimpse of the wonder .

LOSING EMMA

 

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4 Responses to A.K.Reader: New E-Book, LOSING EMMA

  1. I am so very glad you’re doing this! It feels right on target not only in your own life but with the energies in general. With so many loose ends and timeline fragments floating around, diving very deep into the old with new understanding seems like the most efficient way towards a new creation that embodies “best of the old, in a new form and process.” I have so many clients grieving the loss of dear animal friends, so I will for sure send them this way. Many thanks — and thanks for being part of my own deep spelunking process with all the astrology studies!

    • Ann Kreilkamp says:

      Yes, Losing Emma could be a template for a lot of us, as we process grief for our animals that, in a way, goes deeper than grief for humans. Why? Because they live below language, and literally, get under our skin.

      Thanks, Laura, for your affirmation of this recapitulation process.

  2. You’re welcome, and synchronously, at the end of our hike today, I felt led to sit on a pier at Lake Whitford and Lawler. A couple ran up to us very frantic as their beloved rat terrier had leapt out the window after their hike there. They had been searching for her for three hours. We said we would keep an eye out and call if we saw her.

    They drove away and I put out the call. Little Mini ran up to me and sat on my lap within about 8-10 minutes. David managed to get the number from her tag, and we sat with her until the couple tearfully arrived. It all seemed very timely with your new rat terrier and this story of losing Emma. It was so nice to help someone find a beloved friend. πŸ™‚ I will post pictures tomorrow, along with other photos from our lovely day. Nice to have David back!!!!

    • Ann Kreilkamp says:

      AMAZING! Synchronicities abound. Especially how the rat terrier bounded up to sit on your lap. Sounds just like Hank.

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