As we all know, Dorothy set off on the Yellow Brick Road wearing her ruby slippers, trying to get home.
Sometimes people focus on the idea that Dorothy needed to battle the witch, and that this tale was about good vs. evil.
But I like to think of Dorothy as a pioneer in Nowness; she had everything she needed all the time, right on her feet.
She was always home, even when she was in Oz.
You can go home any time too, just by clicking your heels, or as we might put it in meditative terms, by closing your eyes, taking the deep breath, and connecting to the infinite.
We always have this ability; in fact, it can’t ever be taken from us; this ability to take the breath, enter in to Divine space, and simply be in peace, and comfort, and home.
Dorothy didn’t learn this until the end of her journey. We can understand it Now: you can go home again, over and over and over, as many times as you like.
You may choose to battle apple-throwing trees, fields of popples and flying monkey, but you don’t have to. Home is always within you.
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