Each afternoon on a bench just on the edge of the park, where the grass meets the sandy beach of the sea, sits an old man. His skin is weathered by the sun and the wind, his clothes worn and tattered, but his eyes are warm and kind. As he sits quietly, almost trans-like, his body slowly comes alive with animated gestures and his story telling begins.
The gentle flow of a river over the rocks, cutting through the land, passing the plants forever grounded along its shore line, brings to mind the path of least resistance our lives rarely take, but often seek. With little resistance the water cuts down through the land, cutting a path and leaving behind a rich soil to which the plant life are grounded and thrive. Plant life anchors into the land, just as the values and principles we hold so precious anchor us to the belief system from which we base the thoughts and actions of our daily lives. Our lives too flow through obstacles of challenge and strife, meeting lessons and mirrors head on an endless journey to our destiny. The river chooses a path of least resistance to reach the mighty ocean, but we choose a path of turmoil and resistance. The rivers waters may move at a gentle pace or a swift current, but the vision is never lost and the easiest path is always taken. Rarely do you meet a soul that has adopted the rivers philosophy of ease and persistence. It is difficult to comprehend why a soul would choose hardship and pain to obtain
What in your life would you like to manifest? Do you want to manifest a relationship? Find out what physical and emotional attachments to your last relationship keep you from moving forward. Do you want to manifest a new home? Go through old papers and photos and purge any attachments to old dwellings and old energy.
Take a look into still water and find the reflection of your image looking right back at you. Take another look and try to determine the depth of the water, just by looking at it. On the surface it appears shallow and harmless, but unbeknownst to you a dangerous under current or deep hole maybe hidden under the still, reflective surface. The depth of one’s soul is often referred to as that which is found under the still water of the exterior image you project, and the windows to such depth are found in the eyes. A person’s eyes are the gateway to their emotion, thoughts and often time their inner being, reflective of their soul and their inner truth. In every situation, the first reaction can be read in the eyes, long before the physical being reacts. The stillness of the reflective water also hides the truth of it’s under currents. We are directed in the teachings of the spiritual world to follow the flow of the current, for this is the path of least resistance and the path of greatest joy, and yet I question what is under the still water of our path. The turmoil and conflict
There seems to be alot of talk lately about Ascension, Vibration and Consciousness. But what does it all really mean? Humanity has been placing so much emphasis on these concepts lately, that they are now often used as judgmental terms of comparison and competition.