All posts for the day June 28th, 2013

The first is always quieting deeply…

As nourishing light begins to pour in, and there is the light rush/hum of
changes in the brain and the feeling throughout the center of the body,
it is strangely active and deeply restful at the same time.
In between periods of no-thought, I may pray in some such…

I am not a body
I am free
for I am still as God created me.

No thing I think, No thing I do, No thing
that happens, no change can violate this eternal peace
my safety.

I cannot be harmed by you.
I cannot harm you.
I’ve no thing to do but love you.

Would I choose to imagine you are upsetting
or feel threatened or offended in any way?
That could only be my own thoughts making you into something,
That you are not.
I will own that it is my own fantasy making that makes you un-beautiful, ever.

You are not a body, you are free,
You are still as God created you to be.
I thank you for being perfect as you appear to me now.

And you are only me.
I am you.

I give you my peace. I give you my love.
May my love of you be all there is.
May you know only peace.

May my compassion be endless.
May my patience be unending.
May my gentleness be uninterrupted, for ever and ever.
May I always be here for you.
May I release you from any burdens I would apply to you.

I am unending.
What would be beautiful?
What would I love?
What will fill me with peace?

“In the spectrum of BEIng, some may choose to surround themselves with light, while many others will choose to surround themselves in darkness, either way IT all stems from our choice. When we do not know what we want, our unconscious mind will make these decisions for us, whispering thoughts from our conditioned past, which keeps us limited within cycles of darkness. Surrounded by darkness, some may feel empowered by the rush, but their care is only for themselves, as a worship of ego can become like a religion for some, which is just like worshiping a myth or a ghost. They may create a strong ‘image’ of the self, but they lack the art of relationship and integration, for without that, One can only do so much alone. As Lao Tzu wrote in the Tao Te Ching:

‘Tao gives birth to one,
One gives birth to two,
Two gives birth to three,
Three gives birth to ten thousand beings.
Ten thousand beings carry yin on their backs
and embrace yang in their front,
Blending these two vital breaths to attain harmony.’

As this is the main problem with the western ego mind in general, for they have split themselves in two, and have allowed the unconscious darkness to flow and work through themselves UN-noticed.