Verbal Boneweaver is eff’n verbal (Monday blogging early because CAMP!)


On Tuesday I had reason and desire to connect my throat chakra to the element of Air. I wanted to release misunderstanding and engage clear communication through my speech. This worked really well and I was very pleased. However, I have been trying to disconnect my throat chakra from the element of Air and I have been thwarted each time.

It has been an interesting wrestling match between the two of us. I have even stomped my feet and whinged, “why won’t you let me go?” But Air has quite the hold on me. This extra verbal side of me is one I have battled in the past. I have no desire to reengage. I have tried many forms of grounding since Tuesday night to be rid of it. And yet it continues.

Because of the relationship I have with Gods, the Universe, and All that Is, it has been a bit of a snarky conversation between Air and I. I have a playful jovial relationship with the various spirits of the unseen world.This is how I communicate with Them, therefore this is how I am communicated with. It creates an ease of engagement that works for all sides. In spite of this I opted to try other more conventional approaches. These efforts have warranted no change in the connection. Bugger that.

I do not want to close my throat chakra. I could and that would solve that, but I need it open for clear speech at the upcoming camp next week and the path I am co-facilitating. I will be singing and chanting at camp, also. I have enough trouble hearing my own voice in song without struggling through a closed throat chakra to boot.

Finally, I asked again, “if you will not let me disconnect how do I handle the excess verbiage so that I can stand being around myself and others will be able to stand being around me, too?” And here’s the answer I received: I was told to continue to speak and to continue to use as many words as I wish, but instead of speaking them to other humans through voice or text medium, I am to speak them to the wind.

StarFinder said: “Whisper your words and your song to the  overarching Spirit song that runs through the Seen and Unseen Worlds. Some of your words will drop into the middle of a forest. Some will run down the rabbit hole. Some will reach the stars. Some will float on top of the sea. And a few will make it to other humans’ ears. All of your words will join the song of Spirit. That is where they belong. Pay less attention to who hears your words and more attention to what you wish to say. The point of your speaking is for you, not for everyone else. So whisper, talk, sing, sob, chant, or scream your words to the wind. I will carry them where they need to go and you can release without worry. These are our jobs right now. Let’s do them together.”

So there you have it. This is my task. This I shall do. Hail StarFinder, keeper of my words, Holder of my secrets. May it be so.

5 thoughts on “Verbal Boneweaver is eff’n verbal (Monday blogging early because CAMP!)

  1. I love this! We fall (or, I fall, and it seems like you might, as well) into forgetting that, no, really, if community for us goes beyond just the human world, that means it really does, and we can (must/should) connect and share with more than just the human community. Our concerns may be the concerns of Others, even if/when they feel like they ought not be. I’m there right now with some other things, myself, so I get it. I think talking to/with the wind is an excellent solution!

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    1. And it’s me, so I began my talking in song which was a satire of me. Something like, “Oh why won’t people listen to meeeeee, about how it should beeeee, how Love and caaaaaare, should be used to make faaaaiiiiiiirrrrr; oh why can’t they seeeeeeee, how wise is mmmeeeeee, isn’t it graaaaaaaand, won’t they jump on the baaaaaaannnndddd (wagon of Boneweaver).”

      Because there is truth in sarcasm and I needed to speak the truth of it to myself, too. Then I chortled and moved on to a real chant. I feel better already. 🙂

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