Wednesday, February 04, 2009

The Ultimate Creation

I don’t remember much about the stay in the hospital right after having my son. It was a blur of drugs and exhaustion. Although I can clearly remember one day shortly after coming home for the first time with my baby walking over to his crib and just looking at him. Taking him in with my eyes amazed that I created him in my body. Ten toes, ten fingers, to legs, two arms, one head {thank goodness} the perfect little body.

I was in awe of what I had created. I felt humbled as if it was too great a thing for me to have done. I felt the sacredness of his new life, how precious and important it was that I had a life I had created but would mold and be responsible for him. I can’t express how holy that moment felt, this was god, this moment. I the creator of this little life and he the creation but the Divine was in both of us and in the process that brought him about. I felt unworthy of having grown him in my body, in my sacred womb. This too sacred and amazing, unbelievable event - life.

Remember that you are Divine, that every month your body goes through the process of preparing for the potential of life you and that experience is sacred. Each act of love making is sacred for the potential life it may bring. I need too, to remember how sacred and Divine I and my body is. We are not separate sinful creatures but rather Divine co-creating demigods, gods and goddesses connected always to the Divine and to each other!

Christ himself said, “know ye not that ye are gods!”


  1. Thank you for stopping by my blog. That's a marvelous photo of your boy's feets. Just wonderful, and I think, despite what others may say, you are an artist.

  2. thanks :) the pic is a stock photo though so i can't take credit.

  3. Poetry....

    You have touched my soul today. I remember too.

    Love Renee xoxo

  4. Re: thanks for your response:) Where do you gonna post them? and it's ok!

  5. Beautifully written!! We are all divine- it is so easy to forget!! Our daily rush to get things done! It's good to be reminded! Sarah

  6. You write so well! The divinty of parenthood and motherhood is sometimes forgotten, so thankyou for reminding me so beautifully. Kaili

  7. Lovely.

    We are divine - each and every one of us.