Friday, 22 December 2017

Satellite call. . .

This is so you'll know the sound. . . 

This one's for the lonely child
Broken hearted
Running wild
This was written for the one to blame
For the one who believes they are the cause of chaos in everything

Who do you blame for how things are going in your life?
For all of the negative things that you think you had no choice in participating in or helping to shape?
There are a lot of lonely people out there and it becomes more prevalent when big holidays emerge.  But I've spoken before about the fact that you can be alone in the midst of a crowd.  You might not know how to handle the mental and spiritual distance that everyone is at, even though you're in close physical proximity.  Why does this happen?  Are there things that we are meant to figure out?  It might take us a little time to discern what we think from what actually is.  People may not want the help that you've been accustomed to giving.  Skepticism is natural and not  something that you can disprove unless people are willing to see what you see.  Maybe you are to blame for all the chaos in your life? Is that something that you've considered?  It's always easy to blame others; to look outward instead of within.

You may find yourself in the dead of night
Lost somewhere out there in the great big beautiful sky
We're all just perfect little satellites
Spinning round and round this broken earthly life

Have you ever been out somewhere and then only noticed your surroundings quite keenly?
You look up into the sky and then wonder if someone else somewhere halfway around the world is looking up at the same sky and wondering where they fit in with that sky?  Having a sense of belonging is important and it's something that we are taught from an early age to value or aspire to acquire if we haven't been lucky to be born with access to a caring group of people who love you and raise you.  Where to get lost?  There are so many places around the world that you could willingly get lost in.  There are might be some places close to you where you can get lost somewhere too.  I guess it comes down to how open you are to seeing things in different ways, to know what it means to transport your mind to other places that you wouldn't normally go, so that you can begin to learn about how to understand your own consciousness.



This is so you know the sound
Of someone who loves you from the ground
Tonight you're not alone at all
This is me sending out my satellite call

The vocalisations that Sara Bareilles makes in this song, seem to mimic what satellite calls might sound like, when satellites communicate with each, transmitting information and data that is invisible to the naked eye.  Who are you sending your messages out to?  Hopefully people who will appreciate that even though you cannot be together, that they are never far from your thoughts, that if things had gone differently, who knows where they would be right now.  When you feel alone, and it may be often, think about the times when you were weren't.  That method is always guaranteed to make you depressingly sad or inspire you to reminisce through all of the different memories that constitute the need to still reconnect.  Do  you think people know what the sounds of your satellite call sound like?  What if they forget what they sound like?  How are you supposed to communicate then?   

This is so you'll know the sound
Of someone who loves you
From the ground
Tonight you're not alone at all
This is me sending out my satellite call

I hope that you listen to your own satellite call.
Listen carefully to your own sounds that you are emitting and the message that you want to send out.
Sometimes we unknowingly send out signals when they might not be the right things to do.  We must constantly check for weather conditions, for whether other satellites are attuned to what we are saying, and if they aren't - then that's ok.  We need to be more discerning about what is ok for ourselves and what is ok for others.  When you don't want to be blamed for not being there for someone, I guess it's ok to be guilty for being over protective or trying to be helpful!  I guess we do things like that just so we keep our contacts and connections informed.  This is so you'll know the sound. . .