posted on Nov, 6 2011 @ 01:11 AM
Excellent idea, this thread!
If I may try, I would like to speak for Our Dear Mother Earth to remind you to open your eyes to her wonder. Here are some images (tiny wonders within
the ordinary) within her greatness that may bypass you or which you may embrace, causing you great joy and happiness in your process of being
1. Within an orange there are tiny little orange juice bubbles, little bags of sap, in perfect order, like liquid crystals lying in wait for you to
eat. Look at them before you eat them, they from a perfect mandala around the centre of a halved orange and are super perfect in their layout.
2. Ride on your bicycle through the fields, hair blowing in the wind, come into that moment by letting all past and future thoughts fly off your
shoulders (be in the now), and feel that joy rush through you when you ride without holding on. Now put your arms out to your sides and reach full
3. Snails leave a beautiful path of satin silk that shines in the sun after the rain which brings the snails out. Look at that beautiful long shiny
magical line of snail silk.
4. Look into the eyes of the child in front of you at the line in the supermarket. No, I mean, really look! If you manage to really connect with them
by using your eyes you will always experience a moment of absolute truth. It is such a rush of pleasure. No matter who the child, but especially very
little ones. They do not mask themselves and if you are sensitive enough you will experience a moment of utter oneness with all things when your eyes
really connect. Nothing has to be said. The child may quickly look away, cause he is learning that we are seperate, but still has one-ness in his
soul, which shines through when you really look into them.
5. The big dog next door makes these deep rythmic gulping sounds when it drinks from its bowl. I looooove that sound! It is like no other. Listen, and
you will hear magic all around you.
6. Look up often. The sky is over your head but holds secrets which man longs for. Become quiet and allow yourself to yearn for devine stillness which
lies beyond this world of illusion and suffering. Think past the sky. Also, "chin up" does not only refer to wishing someone strength and dignity,
it truly does help during difficult times to put your chin up and look at the sky. Day sky and night sky.