Day 12 S.O.S Poetry Project

Un-Met Needs
By Barbara Brennan

It is with love,
held at your unhealthy boundary,
that an un-met need becomes tolerable
and then surrenders to the true need
which was your original intention of creation.

It is with love and acceptance
that you will help
that which is held frozen in time
to re-member itself into the creative pulse
your un-met needs are simply
that which you have been creating
that have not yet manifested in your life.

They are still held in the frozen time capsules
of your unresolved experiences,
awaiting release.

With love, focused consciousness,
light and forgiveness,
they are charged,
awakened into the light
and integrated into a fuller you,
in a most natural flow
of essence into manifestation.

In this way, you heal the old
and, in wonder, recognize the new
while honoring the ancient natural pulses of life.

Gayle’s Reflection

Barbara is describing the process of releasing a psycho-noetic time conglomerate, in other words: trapped emotions or experiences. As part of her teachings around consciousness we must learn to become aware of what is happening in our energy field, even though it’s not visible to our own eyes – we feel it. She defines the way to address the need that was stopped, interrupted, diminished, taken away, and suppressed within and became frozen in time.

The unhealthy boundary shows us where to look, to feel into and be met with love and acceptance for what was past. The split off we do to ourselves is there waiting to be returned to us- Re-membered. So when recognized and given the focused consciousness, love, and forgiveness we integrate it back into ourselves. The human energy field no longer vibrates the suppressed frequency of disappointment, fear, jealousy, and betrayal like it did prior to the reclaiming and integration process.

Everyone has unresolved experiences, feelings, and trauma, which until there is an internal conscious awakening to their existence and some form of release and acceptance on the emotion level, these trapped emotions will continue to flare up and repeat the negative patterns related to it. Sometimes there are many layers and the process is challenging.
The reward, however, is beyond measure and words.

There are many ways to recover these frozen places of un-met needs. I have surfed through many of my own and have had the great honor of guiding people through their own reclamations of un-met needs. When life becomes intolerable, look toward your un-met needs to find an answer. Look because you love yourself enough to find out.

Thank you, Barbara. For a long time I never knew I had unhealthy boundaries on un-met needs.

See you tomorrow,
Love, Gayle.