8. Welcome to your Kingdom

Viviana takes the plunge, and because she has many questions about the role of fate, and/or God in her misfortune, the first aspect of her self that she meets is her inner Spirit. He rocks her to her foundations.

Welcome to your kingdom



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Welcome to my kingdom, welcome to my realm,
this is where it’s happening, so don’t be overwhelmed.
Welcome to my kingdom, somewhere deep inside.
We have got some work to do, no time to hide.

You know me yet, you know me not,
you try me to ignore.
Some call me faith, some call me god,
but I Am Evermore.

Welcome to your kingdom, your thoughts and fears and pain,
your feelings joy and happiness, the insights you may gain.
Welcome to your kingdom, it’s yours as much as mine,
if only you would look inside, you’d find something divine.

They seek me here, they seek me there,
but I am always everywhere.
Call me spirit, call me son,
call me moon and stars and sun,
but I Am Evermore.

Some say they know, who I am,
but do they ever listen.
I am what I am,
And nobody can understand,
except the ones who really try to listen.

There are as many of me, as there are of you,
my face is manifold.
There is no single group, with exclusive rights
I am too great to hold.

So welcome to this kingdom, our thoughts and fears and pain.
Our feelings, joy and happiness.The insights we may gain.
Welcome to this kingdom, yours and his and mine.
This is where it’s happening and this will be divine.


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