The Hidden Door

By Barbara Christensen - 2:44 PM

 "They Open A Door And Enter A World."

- C.S. Lewis, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Chronicles of Narnia

One of the aspects of game play in role playing games is that there's always those hidden doors. Some are traps and some invite you into a space to find something magical. When you're the master and commander you may lead the players towards the trick door" all the while leading them away from the cache of rewards.

That's what love can be like when you've struggled to love and be loved. As a manner of trying to control the flow of the game, you lead the players away from what they seek. One of those players, unfortunately is you.

The trap door is one of those items where you can drop a major path changing status in order to push someone away and prove how unworthy of love you truly are. In order to protect the heart from being broken, you lead someone into a trap where there's no way to win.

The hidden door is where the truth lies. It is behind that door where everything unspoken lives. Silently it gathers dust and cobwebs because you don't dare to let anyone else have access to these jewels. 

Hidden doors are exposed by wisdom or perception of the existence of the inner truth. One must ask, be investigative in order to find that hidden from sight. We hide what is most precious. When we seek, it seeks us in return. When we stop seeking we are usually in fear. Fear comes from inner doubt that the jewels have been created for us. No matter how the energy or frequency aligns to us, shadow creeps in and we turn away from that which awaits.

Don't let the trap stop you. Don't stop seeking the wisdom by asking the questions. That which lies behind the hidden door is the key to the next level of the journey. 

There is always a lamp post moment. The lamp post will help you to gain the direction to find your way home.  Your heart knows the way. The progression is challenging, but there is always a beginning, middle and an end. Seek what is calling for you - the door awaits.

“All shall be done, but it may be harder than you think.” 

- C.S. Lewis, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Chronicles of Narnia

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