She has been waiting to be received, fully received ...here and now. Each precious moment - a cathedral to be filled with the purest songs of Joy. If you could hear... hear this vibration of Life in every atom of your Being... A new song of Creation is being called forth now... a new song is rising from your belly... and the cathedral of this moment...now... lights up. ~Cezarina
And now enjoy reading this true story that recently touched my heart.
Bede Griffiths, a Benedictine monk and author who’d devoted his life to founding a Christian-Hindu ashram in South India shared an experience that had shattered his own spiritual life in 1991.
Seated outside his ashram hit one morning, Father Bede had suddenly been knocked to the ground by an unseen force while he was praying. Frightened, the eighty-four-year-old monk managed to crawl to his bed, where he remained for a week in a semiconscious state, age fed by a team of doctors unable to diagnose his condition. Finally, after ten days, the doctors gave up hope and Father Bede was given his last rites. A short time later, as he lay there dying, a voice case to him with a message “Remember the Mother,” the voice said.
Father Bede recovered shortly after. (…) “It is the Mother,” Father Bede said later, “ who animated the whole of creation. It is the Mother whose grace is sorely needed by the church, to help it enfold a suffering world, to quiet its fundamentalism, to dissolve its bureaucracies, and to heal our ailing planet. (...)
"The great scientists are humble because they are used to what they cannot see", mother Meera tells us. "And because what they are discovering is revealing mystery after mystery to them." Humility and wonder go hand in hand. Without humility, the willingness to be shown, the world goes flat, predictable, wrong. The mind (the masculine aspect of us) holds sway, the spirit sags and the mystical passes us by without notice. We shrink to fit into what we are not afraid of; life comes to seem far smaller than it is. We forget that we are children of this Great Mother, floating inside her miraculous belly. Far from being unscientific, this awareness is the "sower of all true science," as Albert Einstein affirmed. "The most beautiful and most profound emotion we can experience is the sensation of the mystical," the father of relativity believed. "He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead." There are signs and wonders, if we keep our eyes open. Creation is a field of Light" ~ Mark Matousek " Mother of the Unseen World: The Mystery of Mother Meera"
And here we stand...at the edges of fully integrating the year 2019 and also eager to welcome the year of 2020 Vision
I ask myself … how would I like to experience "this remembering" of the Mother Essence (the Source of All Creation) in my daily life?
I would love to remember HER in every Breath as my SACRED BREATH of I AM
I would love to remember HER in every movement of my body and share more grounding exercises in all my coaching sessions
I would love to remember HER in every word I speak, every song I sing, in every sound I experience from outside into my Being (her Domain of Existence)