There is a mythical door that EXITS this universe that my consciousness seems to be focused in.
This door does not appear at the end of some hallway or corridor of my mind, but in the great hall of my awareness. It is in the very center of that enormous place. For me it is a regular door, wooden with a large gold knocker on it.
Now the odd thing is this door is always facing me. No matter where I am in my consciousness, this closed door is in the center of the great hall facing me.
I really never noticed this before because I have been too busy working out my life and existence. It seems that I had to really slow down enough just to notice it there waiting for me.
So I will wonder aloud, I wonder if my "terrible dailyness" is a way that I use not to have to face the presence of door and its passage to places and parts unknown.
There seems to be a complicity or a willingness on my end not to grow, not to know, not to notice, to stay stagnate and the same. This doorway now invites me to grow, and to know, but in doing so, I am afraid that I will have to give up all that I am familiar with. But I "now" know that I will not have to give up all that I know.
The key phrase here seems to be I am afraid. So having admitted that, I can look for the proof that I can venture through this door and not be torn to shreds.
Here is the proof, this door to the greater me is within me, not outside of me, and I now know that it will lead me to a greater understanding of who I am.
I also know that I will have to leave behind those things and people that I cling to for my false sense of security that I think I so desperately need.