Reason Learns to See – Part 4

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As Reason is walking and thinking about things one day, she sees someone she’s never met before sitting on a log under a tree. She stops and looks, and then goes over and greets the person.

“Hello, I’m Reason, and I’ve not seen you before.”

“Hello, it’s so nice to meet you. I’m a Healer, and I’m here to help you be able to see more.”

“Oh! I didn’t realize that anyone other than the Son could do that.”

“Oh yes, there are many of us. But, it is a common misconception that it all should take place just between you and the Son and the Spirit. But, they have created us to live in community, and so they have reserved some healing to take place only within the realm of the community of believers.”

“That’s interesting. So, you’re going to help me be able to see?”

“Well, yes, I’m going to help you get to the root of why you can’t see, so that we can remove that block. Then you will be able to see.”

“I’m not so sure about that…”

“Well, it’s up to you, of course. You’ve not seen me before, and so you don’t know how trustworthy I am. It would be good for you to ask the Son, and see what He has to say.”

Reason turns and finds the Son standing there smiling.

“Is this what you want me to do?” she asks.

He grins at her. “Yes, this would be a great thing for you to do.”

“But what is the healer going to do?”

“You will have to go with her to find out.”

“You can’t tell me anything?”

“Do you trust me?”

“Well, yes.”

“Then go with her, and I will be there with you. I will never not be with you, and I will let you know if things go off in any way. Are you ready?”

“Yes, I guess so.”

“Great!” the Healer says, and stands up. “Come this way. There is a more comfortable place near by.”

Reason follows her. Dreamer turns to follow Reason, but hugs the Son first. They grin at each other, and then He follows them all. He waves to the Enforcers, and they surround the healing place. The Healer walks Reason through various ways of healing. Reason gets rid of more vows and lies. She releases negative emotions from her system. She cleans off fear of seeing from her bloodline. And, then, the Healer helps Reason to fully embrace Dreamer. She realizes that they were never supposed to be separate, but were always supposed to be fully united. Reason apologizes to Dreamer for pushing her away and invites her back in. Dreamer walks forward, and as they hug, Dreamer becomes reunited with Reason.

Reason-Dreamer sits there for a little while. Then, she turns her head to look at the Healer.

“My name doesn’t fit me so well any more, does it?”

“Oh, well done! Well done, indeed! No, Reason really doesn’t fit you that much any more. Let’s ask Creator what your new name shall be.”

“Okay. Creator? What is my new name?”

“Oh Dear One! You have done so well! Your new name shall be Daughter.”

“Daughter?”

“Yes, Daughter. You see, before, when you were Reason and Dreamer, you were a servant in my house. That is well and good, and there is no better place to be one. However, it has always been my desire that you would be a Daughter in my house. You see, Servants work in the King’s house, but a Daughter plays there.”

“Plays?”

“Yes, plays. You have greater realms of access and adventure to you as a daughter than ever you did as a servant. There is great power in freedom. Not just to walk without hinderance, but to explore all that I have for you without fear.”

“Thank you, Creator…”

“A Hem!”

“I’m sorry! Father!”

“That’s better! And, you’re welcome. Come! It is time for rest, and perhaps a snack, and then let’s see how well your new vision suits you!”


And now, the adventures really begin!

These last 4 blog posts have been excerpts from a new book called “The Daughter”. I hope to release it before March 2017. I’ll keep you posted! If you want to be kept in the loop, you might want to join my mailing list via the pop-up or the form on the side bar.

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