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be still . . .
I see you and I love you
A candle is lit and some incense smoke in front of my little Buddha traveling with me guides to become still. After a long winter, the sun almost unexpectedly has turned its face, its warming rays touching me deeply. Listening to my heart, it speaks to me about you; bringing tears of joy to my eyes, saying i am here with you with all my heart, laying down in front of you all I can offer to be of support the way it would serve best; it humbly makes me bow to You and to life itself in deep gratefulness. May His Light and Love guide us. Blessings be with you, my dear friends. With all my heart, Ose
Take a deep breath and listen.
It is a paradox. Listening to the silence is an invitation to become the silence – because listening is an activity. Becoming the silence is doing nothing – but possibly still an activity because being alive is reverberating energy. But that is the paradox. They say a paradox is a Truth standing on its head so it will be noticed. Haha.
It’s saying it’s ok to let go and relax!
I am blessed.
welcome back. I’m always here waiting for you.
Love it !
Be calm. Stop rushing. Breathe.
It is what the Pulse of Life IN the heart centre is saying, not what “silence” is saying!
The Pulse of Life in the Heart ( the Holy Spirit and Creator ) is saying,,,
“I Love you,….. you are mine”. “I Love you,…….you are mine”
Each heart beat cycle repeats that sentiment
All shall be well.
Have you made it to Belize yet? Safe travels:)
I’m in California and fly on the 21st of May. Wow!
exciting! Enjoy your time in California:)
It sure is. Thank you Michele. A whole new world awaits to explore and serve in.
Be here now.
You are enough.
This is the world.
Be here now.
Listening to the silence, it says “Feel the morning sun on your face. Have hope; spring is coming….”
When I listen to the Silence, it says, “You are loved beyond what you can imagine.”
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