• Woman in the Water

    Photo used with permission by: Scott Hedley

To That From Which We Came

We begin our very physical existence in water. It is in the womb that we are surrounded by the gentle, soothing fluid that allows our consciousness to develop, our human-ness to form.

There is something so beautiful, natural, and serene about being one with the nature of life itself. There is an inherent truth to an integral return to that from which we came, that from which we developed and discovered ourselves, that from which our consciousness is at home and one with. It is the very nature of our mermaid soul…

Returning to our natural states is as necessary as the air we must breathe to live, as the sustenance we require to exist as a complete and conscious body. It is there that we can awaken to our greatest power and potential.

Life crashes us with its thunderous surf. It lulls us with its tides. It pushes us with its currents. We only need to look at the waters to understand the vulnerability and strength within us. We only need to dive deeply into where we came from to recover the treasures that are within our hearts and souls. 

Breathe and anchor yourself in the rush of each present wave… surrender to the flow… allow the sea to carry you, just as it did at your very beginning.

By |2018-10-11T08:51:38+00:00March 8th, 2015|Emotional Weather on the "8's"|2 Comments
Jill Alman-Bernstein

I Must Be A Mermaid is the blending of my own personal soul searching with the inspirations and insights that I first found in the community of like-minded writers, healers, and teachers on Facebook. I dove in, created my page, and found the courage to swim through whatever was in my path, giving voice to my feelings through my personal observations and writing, as well as of those that spoke to me. With my I Must Be A Mermaid blog, I will fearlessly dive deeper into the realms of my heart and soul, swimming through their waters as a mermaid immersed in the sea of life.

2 Comments

  1. Sherryjane Cooke March 8, 2015 at 6:14 pm - Reply

    Absolutely beautiful, Jill! The same verse can be used to describe the Water of Life…our Lord…a very deep and soulful comparison….we are all Mermaids of the shallows when it traps us and the depths we seek for protection…we are not afraid when we are deep within His Love – His Ocean. Blessings!

  2. Jill Alman-Bernstein
    Jill Alman-Bernstein March 11, 2015 at 12:08 pm - Reply

    thank you Sherryjane. and yes, the water of life…

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