Got Truth In The Present Moment? If Not - No Problem!
Like "Fast Food" - "Truth in the Now" is simply not digestible by some individuals.
Date: 4/12/2016 7:43:54 AM ( 5 y ) ... viewed 780 times
"When we observe, we move into the present moment and we cease to worry over the future or lament over the past. We are in the limitless present where all things are still and at peace. Nothing in the external world is worth sacrificing this inner peace. When you can truly sustain an anchor in the now you can withstand tremendous storms in the external world. It is nothing but illusion, actions upon a stage, and what is real is the observer, the eternity of now. Everything else is display, mere phenomena happening for the sake of a crazy world that of duality where we will always have good and bad, drama and chaos. The stillness of within is your sanctuary, your truth and your home. Go there when chaos arrives and you will see the storm but no longer be the storm."
I would like to see the Human Design BodyGraph of the author of this lovely quote and then consciously understand how the above is true for her. I would also point out how everyone has their own unique Design and although a particular definition may be shared by a number of other individuals it won't be shared by all! For some of us we have "truth in the present moment" and for others we have no truth in the now but over the course of a cycle or two. It's not about belief! It's simply the way the mechanics of our unique designs work.
May 21st -
"The true idea of the world exists only in the relation of the world to the supramundane divine principal."
Got to this in my search re: "multi-unity" and "mutiplicity" as these terms were used by Dane Rudhyar in one of his presentations of the Sabian Symbols that I have referred to in my biography at "Creme de la Creme".
It seems to me that "the true idea of the world" is required for a "Vision Statement" to inspire its "vision keepers" in allowing "course corrections" as they are needed within their shared journey. This is a primary focus now that I am recording at "The Enchanted Garden Onion".
"The Creator and Creation" from "The Bride of the Lamb" by Sergius Bulgakov, Boris Jakim:
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