"Watch an animal, a flower, a tree, and see how it rests in Being. It is itself. It has enormous dignity, innocence, and holiness. However, for you to see that, you need to go beyond the mental habit of naming and labeling. The moment you look beyond mental labels, you feel that ineffable dimension of nature that cannot be understood by thought or perceived through the senses. It is a harmony, a sacredness that permeates not only the whole of nature but is also within you." e. tolle
maybe this is why i find such peace when i walk in the woods. nature doesn't have any hidden agendas, no complex personalities. it has so very much to teach us if we just watch, breathe and listen. i like this concept of resting in Being. do you practice just Being? if so, how?
happy thursday. paz, k