He created all from vibration
We turned it into a world of words
With plenty of sound
But disturbed impact
Wavering between directions
Purity of vibration, misplaced
Are you able to observe something/someone without lending your words or even thoughts, just experiencing it/them?
I believe if we all observed without the need to form opinions or judgements (both positive and negative), we could experience freedom, invoke a different intelligence.
Doesn’t sound quite so easy but I might start by observing just one thing today, simply to experience it.
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Speaking for myself, I can only try, with no guarantee of success whatsoever :)
Loved your words, BTW.
And if I can request you to have a dekko at my tomorrow’s post when you have a couple of minutes over the next few days?
Have a great weekend!
Result is never in our hands, Kunal. But to act certainly is :)
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Yep, you’re right
Thank you for this poem. It prods the contemplative organ to see more deeply.
“He created all from vibration
We turned it into a world of words”
It is funny how what we observe gets turned into words, and thought (by the brain) and/or verbalized (by the vocal cords), and/or acted on by the physical body. It (i.e., the physical body) is a filter that can indeed distort.
Yet the potential exists for us all to step back, clean the sieve of the self, and let flow what flows.
All is He.
All good wishes,
Clean the sieve of the self…wonderful, Robert.
Yes one can get a lot of information just by observation. I’m a bit weak in this, such as who is wearing what. My mind seems to react to things if someone points them out. There you go I need to train myself to observe.
I think it is a good idea, Sonya. :)
Great to have your company Ranu :)