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Sunday, May 20, 2012

Listen From The Depths...

In Deep Silence
In Deep Rest
In Deep Quiet
In Deep Awareness
Deeply listen...

Deeply unwind
the wounds
the dramas
the stories
that
create
your
pain


Sit
 in the *depths*
 of the Silence
of Existence
and
listen

suspended
in
Pure
Awareness


Touch and be touched by it -
this Sacred Silence,
this Awareness
that holds your
stories,
your
woundings


Listen deeply,

in Silence,

from Silence,

to the whisper of The Wound

Touch its depths
and
unwind The Wound
into the liquid flow
of Life
again…
resting in
the Depths
 of pure Being ~


Come fully and completely
into the Silent Flow
 of the
 depths of Life
within


Thrive
in
the Depths

the
depths
of
the
Silent
Rhythm
of
Being


Be *absorbed* by
IT…

Keep vigil
 from this space
of
 Sacred Silence

From here all things
are made
clear…


This is the key –

To meet life from the Depths of Being ~

To listen from the Depths of Being ~

To not be afraid of what you hear
whispered in the Depths ~

To listen to the Heart of Being
from the Heart of Being ~

And speak what you hear
in the Depths…



Mystic Meandering
Meditative Writings

May 4, 2012

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12 comments:

  1. deep thoughts, LOL. I like the idea of unwinding the wound. somehow this brings to mind Eckhart Tolle and his pain body idea. we like to cherish our wounds/pain bodies. they are familiar to us. yet we must let them go and be dissolved into the flow of the universe.

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    1. :) LOL... Yes, unwinding "The Wound" - the deep wound of separation - through abiding in our deep sense of Beingness and deeply listening... Thanks Suki :)

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  2. What a lovely piece of writing, encouraging to go deeper and be still. It is so easy to be self righteous, to feel agitated and restless. And it is so dissatisfying. If only we can do what you describe, especially when we feel troubled.

    A lovely reminder of where to go for true solace.

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    1. Thank you Carole! :) I think that's why I keep getting these reminders in meditation times - to keep going deeper - just to let go into the depths and rest...

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  3. Beautiful...thank you Dear Christine.
    xoxo
    -L.

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    1. Thank you Leslie... May you always rest in the Depths :)

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  4. This is so beautiful. It drew me in and made me feel comforted, and reminded me of home. Thank you.

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    1. Thank you Kristen... Glad it spoke to you...

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  5. Beautiful poetry. What a practice - to listen to the silent depths and then to act and speak them in our daily lives.

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    1. Thank you David... This is what my practice needs to be, what my *life* needs to be - a life of listening; which is why I probably get these little reminders like this during meditation times. :)

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