Songs of Love by Debbie Broadley
Love songs, and not the ones we hear on the radio, but the words that are sung to us by another, speaking of love and magic moments.
The beautiful inviting words that make us lift our faces as if to the sun, to absorb the warmth and light of this precious offering. How we long to bask in the rain of loves expression.
How do you express love? Do you love to love through gift giving? Do you love by giving of your time, your sacred attention? Do you express love in energy, in an outflow?
Do you love using words to be danced with? Do you love through touch and intimacy? Do you love in service to the beloved? We each have our language of love, sometimes more than one way of expressing this gift we give to each other.
Love itself is the essential nature of everything, its expression in whatever form is Universal.
When love appears before us with enticing words we could easily drown in, we are at risk of falling, of claiming, of wanting to own or possess the bringer of the words.
In the mirror before us we see the reflection of love, the nature of mirrors however does not allow us to reach out and hold onto the illusion.
The song of love is one that always makes us stop and listen, the chords touch the heart and so we turn to face this beautiful music, we sway a little with the rhythm, we pay attention to the
harmony of the song and the singer.
And we watch and we listen and we feel the energy as it rises and falls.
We feel what is in tune and what isn’t.
What calms and what agitates, what draws us in and what pushes us out.
Shall we dance?
Does the song become a dance? Do the words match the actions?
In loves true resonance as the silence begins to sing we move forward in love’s flow.
There is no choice in this, the energy has connected and the dance is inevitable.
It simply is!
The words however beautiful and melodic may not however produce the
momentum required to dance.
The singer may simply like to sing and listener simply like to listen.
The floor remains empty and the song a haunting reminder of loves greatest yearning.
There is always the choice to dance anyway but in essence you dance alone.
I shall dance with you the singer says, but at a distance and please
leave space for other dancers on the floor.
Listen to the words of love carefully but more importantly feel the energy
with which the words are delivered.
The message energy communicates is infallible.
Where will you be when the silence begins to sing?