Tag Archives: Stillness

THE RIGIDEST OF STILLNESSES

There is a movement in the rigidest of stillnesses. be quiet, eyes wide or closed ears plugged or open throat tight or soft let body breathe and notice feel it, taste it relax your head around your brain and fall, … Continue reading

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A GENERATION’S LEGACY

A generation. . . an accumulation. . . a mess. . . countless trials, errors, tribulations– the present moment is your test. . . Can you initiate accrual’s excruciating slowing and eventual cessation? Can you let in sufficient breath and … Continue reading

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STILL. DARK. NIGHT.

Night. Still. Dark. slip from light. . . let go the will. . . set sights on twinkles of the stars, and feel and see the Universe, Whose loves we are and Who is us and ours.

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DON’T JUST DO SOMETHING– SIT THERE!

Don’t just do something– sit there! No– not on the phone– not on the computer– Sit, take in fresh air. . . allow a spate of stillness there, in which the outer din can fade, and inner whisperings enter in, … Continue reading

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HOLING UP

Furthermore, sometimes holing up in quiet stillness will be worth and yield more than any feat of strength or fastness, if we really, truly feel in need of keeping score.

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GREETINGS IN THE GOLDEN LIGHT

May you all bask in the golden light of autumn, A turn within for deep reflection is our season’s task, while visible activity and growth creep e’er more slow, as the level of our current year’s last energy slinks down … Continue reading

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WHETHER WE ARE BOUND TO RISE

Autumn: the yellowing and desiccation– green, brilliant leaves ignite our sight and fade, but, they brightly start to glow– in their short-lived, red-gold clothes, to woody branches fiercely clinging– just like fire, as they get on their way to leave, … Continue reading

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