THE ETERNAL NOW TRUTH OF BEING
BEYOND ALL WORDING THAT CAN BE THOUGHT
SAFELY SEQUESTERED IN ORIGIN
THAT ORCHESTRATES ALL*
(Category Scott Peck)
O MAY WE CELEBRATE THE FREEDOM OF THE FORGIVEN SELF.
The visible world is only
the shoreline of the magnificent
ocean of the invisible.
The invisible is not empty,
but is textured and tense with presences [energies].
These presences cannot be named;
they can only be sensed,
one of your qualities or difficulties...
you give it an identity.
It then responds
to you according to the tone of its name...
It has no name.
respect for your inner life
may be to become aware of the private collage
of dead names you have for your inner life.
Often the experiences of wilderness
can return us to the nameless
go away to a wild place on your own.
Leave your name and the grid of intentions
and projects and images which mark you out as citizen Z.
into the rhythms
of your intimate wildness.
lost terrains, wells, and mountains that you will rediscover,
territories which have been buried under will-meant
but dead names.
from: Eternal Echoes
All Photos from: June 9, 2019 Unless Otherwise Noted
AM SMILED-AM BREATHED "... signature of the eternal." "...free from time and space, from birth and death." Afterlife Milestone June 9, 2019
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and the decision point happens
when the desire is powerful enough.
Daily Quote – June 8, 2020
to which the idealist most easily succumbs:
activism and overwork.
perhaps the most common form,
of its innate violence.
by a multitude of conflicting concerns,
to surrender to too many demands,
to commit oneself to too many projects,
to want to help everyone in everything,
is to succumb to violence.
It destroys our own inner capacity for peace.
It destroys the fruitfulness of our own work,
because it kills the root of inner wisdom
which makes work fruitful.
Conjectures of a Guilty Bystander
and when we escape like squirrels
turning in the cages of our personality
and get into the forests again,
we shall shiver with cold and fright
but things will happen to us
so that we don't know ourselves.
and passion will make our bodies taut with power,
we shall stamp our feet with new power
and old things will fall down,
we shall laugh,
and institutions will curl up like burnt paper.
—D. H. Lawrence
if they linger on as objects of inspection
there is no benefit in such understanding.
you must go into
the wild wood of inner calm.
Longchenpa - Wild wood of inner calm