There is a vast space between science and spirituality. This constant struggle between the explainable and unexplained is real. This struggle could not be more true with the current situation we find ourselves. We have received a lot of advice as to how to formulate a game plan and there is valid advice from both sides. As with everything the truth lies somewhere between and it’s our job to find that balance.
Well, the other night I found that balance to say the least. It was a long day ( yes I too have 24 hour days, but the day just felt long). I was up pretty late talking with my sister when I told her goodnight and headed to bed. Jess had already went to sleep, so I got ready for bed with the lights off. As I started to jump into bed, I literally jumped into bed and my head hit the pillow. BAM!
When my head hit the pillow I noticed a sharp pain shoot threw my temple. Slightly disoriented, I began to feel up my pillow. There was something very hard on the inside. Still foggy my mind went to McQueen. MF’n McQueen. Harlon loves the movie Cars and McQueen so I figured it was where he left him.
The object was much sharper than a toy car and when I pulled the object out I discovered that it wasn’t a car but a sharp rock! It was a pink crystal rock. It all hit me (literally) that Jess was probably using it to heal. I am all for that type of healing, I mean the rock put me to sleep!
In the morning when I got up to leave, I asked Jess when did we start storing rocks in pillow cases. She got a good laugh out of it and I guess that’s all that matters. Laughter has been proven by science to help heal and here we are on the fulcrum of science and spirituality, finding the balance and making each other laugh (or at least making Jess laugh).