Nikon D700, Sigma 24-70 mm, f/2,8.
How gentle our planet can be…
We manifested into infinite variety
and infinite form,
but we never lost the part of ourselves
that is eternally connected
to the Source of Love.
The essence of these words
resides eternally in all of our hearts,
and brings us into the present moment
even as you are reading this now.
Life is an open book:
we create our own destiny
and walk our own path.
Life on Earth
is a sacred and wonderful opportunity
for all of us.
We can choose the path
of healing and light,
fully embracing life
and giving thanks
for every breath
and every step we take.
Before anything was created
planets, stars or sky,
wind or rain,
sound or light,
there was only infinite time, space,
Then the Source of all life
in inconceivable creativity and love
decided to manifest in an infinite variety of beings
on an infinite variety of planets.
Each of us was unique and beautiful,
and we were one in essence;
we were here to live together
in absolute harmony and joy.
After eons of history
and journeys into time and space,
we had gradually forgotten who we were
and the Source from where we all began.
“The Fall” was the fall from this knowing.
We are coming to now remember the truth of life,
the truth of consciousness,
the truth of who we are.
We are united in a timeless circle of Love.
By opening to our souls highest destiny
we are full in joy and gratitude…
receiving more grace and blessings
than we could have even imagined.
We are humbled in a state
of abundance and bliss.
When we see the unreality
of everything that society taught us was real,
we have seen through
the fundamental illusion.
We find that the self is existing
We find that happiness is not a goal
or something to taste now and then…
it is the nature of our being.
Love, harmony, peace, and fulfillment
is what it simply means
to truly experience life.
Bliss is not an altered state!
We are faced by problems of great complexity. The environment, society and even life on earth, is under threat and, as a result, the human race is struggling with feelings of anger, frustration and helplessness. Something, we urge, must be done; some action must be taken. Tomorrow will be too late.
Yet it is these very feelings and reactions that have become part of the problem. The urge to change and control, to analyze, priorize, plan and act are all aspects of the same old pattern that, in the first place, drove us to the edge of this crisis. What is needed is a radical change in human consciousness, in organizations and governments if we are to survive into the second half of the 21st century.