Friday, July 16, 2010



I know I am Spirit having a human experience. The Spirit part is unendingly interesting for me. It's the human part that I have difficulty with. I realize that in order to experience who and what I am, I have to be here in this body. And in this body is the only chance I have to reach enlightenment...I can't experience enlightenment out of a body..just as I can't experience myself in this set of circumstances on earth anywhere else. But I find so many of the things that are part of this human experience trivial and a waste of time these days: being in this clumsy body, having to earn money to pay bills, working any sort of job that isn't a personal creative expression. The world will say "but that's the way it is, you have to work, you have to do this and that.." but I say, why? Why can't I spend my time being in love and making art and music instead of dealing with commerce?
I believe I'm experiencing this very interesting life of mine so I could reunite with Davide now. And that's what keeps me on this planet, this incredible experience of unconditional love. And I think that nothing should get in the way of that experience. I want to have all the time to share with him all of the time, to love and be loved, to create and express, to experience the human and the spiritual that mean something to us. I don't want to deal with the rot of this world.

9 comments:

Simone said...

damn, I agree, that's all
SIMO

gilaguitaz said...

his are just about the same feelings I had in the last time too.
I just wanna have more time to worry and enjoy about myself, my music and this wonderful thing which is life.
It's horrible that our society just went to this wicked system where everyone should produce more more to feed the whole.
We just need more time to think about us and our spirituality.

take care
Joel

Mrs.DrAculA's said...

hola karyn!!, ya ha pasado demasiado tiempo y lo unico que queria era tener noticias tuyas, besos!

love you and love your music, kisses my dear!.

karen c.

Mrs.DrAculA's said...

hola karyn!!, ya ha pasado demasiado tiempo y lo unico que queria era tener noticias tuyas, besos!

love you and love your music, kisses my dear!.

karen c.

Luca said...

This is the same way I feel now.
I live in Italy and I love listening to your music with Crisis.
I am divorced and have a little girl called Elisa who is 8 y.o.
Now I live in a cloister since I don't have enough money to rent a house.
I would like to spend more time with her since she is my only joy in life.

Luca

Lady Halftone said...

I love your view on life and certainly agree with it. Day to day life can get so trivial...

Anonymous said...

Perhaps enlightenment comes when we learn to accept all things with non-attachment and the ultimate truth of our beings imbue even the trivial and mundane with divinity.

Karyn Crisis said...

This is a standard comment on enlightenment, and it's beautifully worded. Enlightenment comes in many ways, and "surrender" is part, and can open the doors momentarily or for long periods of time. Enlightenment that I've experienced was long-lasting, and part of it was due to my insistence on believing in the divinity in all, being in the present moment, of the grand purpose of all things, etc. While the experiences I had during this time were extraordinary and have changed my vision permanently and keep me with one foot in this world and one foot in the next, with eyes in both, this surrender does not provide for the basisc necessities of life: money, food. While during that time and others I gave myself with complete surrender to the aid of healing others and myself, and for whatever else the universe asked, I was able to scratch by, but it didn't open the doors for being financially independent, creatively successful, or being able to take care of any other practical, earthbound matter. Things worked out, but with reliance on others. Though miracles and magick occurred and manifested and shocked those around, it's the earthly basics needed for trade and action that did not find themselves "unblocked" to me.

Karyn Crisis said...

To clarify, I do not believe that just "money, food" are the basic necessities of life, in fact I hold value on other things, mostly experiences, but in this post I am talking about basic earthly necessities traded to get other basic earthly necessities.