Observe the Human Ego ~ either Love, either thought

Observe the thought and all its contraptions. The human Ego. Thought contraptions of safety, survival, security. Thought contraptions of connecting to natural environment and to other beings. Thought contraptions related to desires and so called free will. Thought contraptions responsible for emotions, sorrow and worry. Thought contraptions related to word expression of thoughts. Thought contraptions … Continue reading Observe the Human Ego ~ either Love, either thought

When trees breathe mist ~ excerpt from work in progress

"When trees breathe mist angels are free to play games among scattered humans strolling in the park. Angels are always happy, always finding something to play with, always in love with life. Humans walk, lost in thoughts, weaving and knitting treads of stories, imagining places and situations, secretly hoping that their dreams will eventually come … Continue reading When trees breathe mist ~ excerpt from work in progress

“To be” has no opposite ~ Universal Being Is

Here and now In the gap apparently empty of serenity Full with the pure light of universal geometry “To be” has no opposite. Perfection of creation is. Awake in consciousness of spiritual seeing Or asleep, caught in oniric tentacles of the two worlds, Oscillating between nightmare and fantasy, Universal Being is. Never made Never un-made … Continue reading “To be” has no opposite ~ Universal Being Is

Source of all conflict

Because we live many lives, some of past, others of future Because we build too many stories Because we mistakenly perceive the natural tension Upon which the world is built, Because we are dreaming Dreams of conquests. Because parts of our souls are still trapped in stories, all kinds of conflicts inside ourselves arise. How … Continue reading Source of all conflict

To whose pain am I medicine?

Living heaven on earth, happily ever after, fully feeling every moment … for this complete inner peace is necessary. For inner peace, complete stillness is necessary. For stillness, complete acceptance of what is here now is necessary. For acceptance, complete inner silence is necessary. For inner silence, complete stop of all thinking is necessary. For … Continue reading To whose pain am I medicine?