Rest your eyes and listen with the ears of your heart…
“As I rested in the silence, my heart was full. I felt accompanied. The feeling was real, yet inexplicable. I simply knew I was not alone. It was comforting and reassuring to be in this place of safety. Curiosity made an appearance, but it didn’t stay long, for it seemed to understand that it was not needed. The mind that has a mind of its own also made a brief visit, but it too quickly recognized its presence was not required. As the silence deepened, I became less aware of my surroundings. Part of me seemed rooted in my Sacred Space. I could feel the favorite chair beneath me, and yet, another part of me seemed to be elsewhere. I was acutely aware of this sense of bi-location. I was in my home and I was somewhere else in a place that seemed familiar, yet unidentifiable. And I felt completely at ease with this unusual experience because I knew I was not alone and that my companions, whoever they were, were watching over me. The sensation was fascinating. I wondered if I should be afraid, but fear was nowhere to be found. I wondered if I should be cautious, but no signs of disruption warranted such a reaction. I simply was at ease with myself, with my surroundings and with my companions. It was a remarkable state of serenity. I was at peace.”
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