Not long after our return from our Soul Food Journey to the UK, I had what I’m calling a breaking open.
A parking cop was in the process of giving us a ticket for the scooter and I managed to talk her out of it. No small feat in San Miguel ?. I then proceeded to hurry to leave the parking spot. Turning to exit on the three wheeled scooter, I caught a big yellow metal road divider with my front left wheel and went down breaking my collarbone.
And boy, did grace show up.
I jumped to my feet. Right away, a man ran out and picked up the bike for me. David came out immediately. A good friend who is also a physician had been sitting with us, checked me out and he and his wife drove me to the local hospital for an x-ray, while David road the scooter home and picked up our car. Another doctor friend called one of the best orthopedic surgeons anywhere, and he met me within 10 minutes of arrival in his clinic 45 minutes away.
So only five hours after the accident, I was in surgery. A titanium plate was installed, and I awoke from surgery as if I had been in a lovely sleep.
What is the breaking open you might ask? (other than my collarbone ?)
- A Greater Connection to the Divine
Three weeks into what will be a several month healing process I’ve necessarily given myself time to rest. In that state of openness, I feel a greater connection to the divine source that is always with me.
2. Receiving More
And I’ve had to open up my ability to receive even more. David has lovingly assisted helping me get dressed, wash my hair and of course prepare fantastic food. And dear friends and neighbors have brought food, flowers and sent lovely notes.
3. Loving Stillness Everyday
At the moment, I cannot physically do things I might otherwise be doing. And I need rest to assist the healing. There is a stillness in that rest, in just being, that is some of the soul food I need.
4. Allowing the Divine to Lead
I’ve been really focused on getting myself out of the way to allow spirit/the divine/source to lead. I couldn’t have used my will to make what happen run as smoothly and easily as it did. The shock I experienced necessitated that something other than my will prevail. Grace is relentless and always available no matter what the circumstances.
5. A Greater Feeling of Gratitude
In love and gratitude,