Category Archives: Feminine God

Calm, calm, says the Lord, taking me in her arms

Calm, calm, says the Lord, taking me in her arms you have so much yet to learn about that one true thing © Meisaan Chan

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The spirituality of submission

I lay down and lay down and lay down until finally, my hands are freed: Please, do whatever you want with me © Meisaan Chan

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Night murmurs

Hush, hush, murmurs the Lord as she strokes me in the night I am all things for you: everything you need is everything I give, and more © Meisaan Chan

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Grow, grow, says the gardener

Grow, grow, says the gardener; Let your roots reach deeper into unknown darkness so your branches can reach higher © Meisaan Chan  

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The soul is like a womb

The soul is like a womb: it’s job is to hold © Meisaan Chan

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I know you’re scared, so come to me

I know you’re scared, so come to me take off your armor, disrobe into vulnerability; feel my protection, celestial and free I know you’re scared, so come to me © Meisaan Chan

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The holy cycle: Theory and Lived out

I The holy cycle: The theory First, listening then, obedience then, listening II The holy cycle: Lived out First, confusion then asking then taking then asking then taking then confusion then asking then taking then asking then asking then asking … Continue reading

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