RELIEVES BURDENED LAYERS CLOSE TO SOUL
THAT HAVE BECOME CHAOTIC CACOPHONY
SILENCE OF ORIGINAL DIVINITY
that allows us to hear the true word,
little by little you feel the messages
from the spiritual world reach you,
a voice seeks to warn you,
to give you advice,
to guide you,
to protect you...
It is because you are making too much noise,
not only on the physical level,
but also on the astral and mental levels:
there are so many chaotic feelings and thoughts
that constantly clash within you.
‘the voice of silence’,
and it even appears as the title
of certain books of oriental wisdom.
within themself and to stop the flow of their thoughts
– because in its movement, thought also creates noise –
they then hear this voice of silence
which is the very voice of God.
Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov
Thursday, November 30, 2017
To be a yogi means to live without the coffins
that people build around themselves.
Yoga means union.
It means you have breached the boundaries of the physical
and have the ability to touch and experience
everything in the universe.
Unless a human being acquires this quality,
they are somehow trying to hide from life.
full article here:
For a previous first Synchronistic Meeting of same person above on beach see:
The wordsings/quotes were already chosen BEFORE going to sunrise beach both mornings. Both meetings were Absolute's absolute surprise...had JUST picked up the above board when he again appeared this morning.
Treating the Ten Thousand Things
As precious meaningless straw dogs.
The sage lives without bias,
as precious straw dogs.
The space between Heaven and Earth
is like a bellows…
Empty and yet, providing a never-ending supply
of words and meaning,
Better to chose moderation
and pay attention to the Silence within.
Tao Te Ching #5
don’t try to justify why you don’t feel good.
And don’t try to justify why you should feel differently.
Don’t try to blame whatever it is
you think the reason is
that’s keeping you from feeling good.
All of that is wasted effort.
Just try to feel better right now.
11/30/17 E-mail Daily
there is no room for other possibilities,
for new information, for a larger perspective.
Pausing and questioning our belief can begin to open the windows of our mind to the fresh air of reality.
When I investigate how believing
"something is wrong with me" affects my life,
I can sense how it blocks me from feeling loving and loved. This often brings up what I call "soul sadness,"
a tenderness that is full of compassion.
In these moments I am living in a presence
that is not confined by my belief.
and locate it inside ourselves.
This withdrawal is a great act of kindness,
both for ourselves and the world.
And also for them.
For it is by way of this disentangling
that we can love ourselves, and others,
and act from the radical force of true compassion,
not merely re-enact the old pathways of self-abandonment.
Gaze and See the Cloud Formation: This is
ARCHETYPE OF THE PREGNANT VERSION WALKING THE TIGHTROPE OF HER TRUE PATH...
...NOT BECAUSE SHE IS PROVING ANYTHING TO OTHERS OR HERSELF...
BUT JUST BECAUSE
IT IS HER TRUTH....
AND EVEN A DROWNING MAN GRABBING
FOR THE HEM OF HER GOWN
DOES NOT DISTRACT HER.
(A Jungian "Teaching Tale" via
Marion Woodman and this ew/dmm Live Lived
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for Matt Licata full article
Some are put in the position of emotionally taking care of an adult early in their lives, at a time when they themselves need more than anything to have their own inner experience mirrored back to them. A template is formed which, until compassionately confronted with clear seeing, orients the way they see themselves and engage in close, intimate relationship.
In these early configurations, the little one’s sense of self becomes tangled up in the other’s moods, anxiety, dissatisfaction, and well-being. The job of the little one is shifted from unstructured play and discovery into attending to the unlived life of a caretaker, a task that is not designed for a young nervous system, nor for a tender little heart.
If we look carefully, we might see how this template continues to play out in our lives. In our phobias around having/ expressing needs, in fixation on whether we’ve disappointed someone and what that means about us as a person, in the shakiness around allowing another to matter. In the terror of relationship, on the one hand, and in the painful longing for it on the other. In the existential confusion about where we end and the other begins. In the ancient conclusion that caring for another requires a deeply rooted disavowal of our own psyche, body, and heart.
We come to see our own self-worth through the changing emotional states of those around us, on guard at all times: Have I disappointed someone? What can I do to make them feel better? Should I take more responsibility for the unfulfilled longing in their hearts? They are heartbroken, surely that is somehow traceable back to me, right? I’ve failed somehow, right? As a little one longing for any sort of empathic connection, we’d be willing to do just about anything to receive even a limited amount of holding.
Articulating, illuminating, and untangling the tentacles of this template can go a long way in healing chronic feelings of shame and unworthiness, where we begin to differentiate our worth as a person from the moods, suffering, struggle, and unlived life of others. The invitation is to withdraw the projection of our own worth from others and locate it inside ourselves. This withdrawal is a great act of kindness, both for ourselves and the world. And also for them.
For it is by way of this disentangling that we can love ourselves, and others, and act from the radical force of true compassion, not merely re-enact the old pathways of self-abandonment.