Two in One, we came in.
That's why Plato speaks of always seeking the other half: because originally, yin and yang made their way in as one.
Spinning, laughter and love, ecstatic, tumbling toward and then through the threshold, which I'm not clear yet what it is - the earth atmosphere, or simply this dimensionality - and then suddenly two, held in your arms I'm only one now, but you're there, right there, and you're holding me tight. Obviously you're awake pretty quick, not losing a beat, and your arms are strong and I'm in them.
It feels curious, and we both laugh, because being suddenly just one of the two forces is a funny sensation, dif-fusion demystified. Thus diffused, we hold hands now, and go on further, deeper. You always on the right, and me always on the left, all the way down to earth, to the day where we're dividing the wheat and settling the conflicts of humankind.
Two as One, such the theme remains, and never lost has been the innate duality, and intertwined they are, for they both are required to incarnate and excarnate.
© Maria Rosenkreutz and Mary Rose Crucis.