(Poem) Just Remember WE in S/HE by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang

Sotdae (Wooden pole with carved three geese atop), symbolizing the Mago Triad

Just Remember WE in S/HE

 

Remember

the Universe is without the beginning or the end.

 

Remember

the Creatrix is the Music of the Universe.


Remember

S/HE governs all through the sonic movement.

 

Remember

everything owes HER for being.

 

Remember

The Primordial Mother is NOT the figure of the past.

 

Remember

S/HE IS HERE/NOW.

 

Remember

S/HE gives birth to all beings ceaselessly and nourishes them abundantly.

 

Remember

All are kindred in HER.

 

Remember

All is WE in S/HE.

 

Remember

S/HE makes no mistake.

 

Remember

all beings are vibrating with singing and dancing frequencies.

 

Remember

All are under HER orchestration.

 

Remember

all beings in the universe are alive and interconnected.

 

Remember

WE ARE THE COSMIC MUSIC.

 

Remember

all beings evolve, grow, and die.

 

Remember

dying is the beginning of rebirth.

 

Remember

All is in HER PALM.

 

Remember

I am WE, the Whole.

 

Remember

in HER the beginning and the end are ONE.

 

Remember

in HER here and there are One.

 

Remember

the time and the space are not two different notions.

 

Remember

Time and Space are ONE Reality, HERE/NOW.

 

Remember

WE, the Whole, is another aspect of HERE/NOW.

 

Remember

I embody WE/HERE/NOW.

 

Remember

S/HE navigates WE/HERE/NOW.

 

Remember

the universe is HER FIELD.

 

Remember

S/HE is another name for WE/Time/Space.

 

Remember

We are HER.

 

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See the video presentation of the poem:


[This is a poetic synopsis of The Mago Way: Re-discovering Mago, the Great Goddess from East Asia, Dr. Helen Hye-Sook Hwang (Mago Books, 2015)]

 

See Meet Mago Contributor, Helen Hye-Sook Hwang, Ph.D.

3 thoughts on “(Poem) Just Remember WE in S/HE by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang

  1. I love it that this poem is a kind of synopsis of your remarkable book that demonstrates once again that the Goddess is everywhere and can be resurrected in all her glory if only we are willing to do the research.

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  2. Helen, I am moved by this poem. I am also struck by the goose as an image of the goddess. The goose shows up in so many different guises but she is always associated with the goddess if we dig down far enough. I remember reading about her as a child in “Mother Goose” tales. Why is it that I am not surprised that she is also associated with The Mago Triad. Indeed, She is everywhere!

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