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Just thought this blog of mine could be a good place to dust off the series of Being Present in the Moment #1I made a couple of years ago on all matters of the heart & soul.
The ideas and concepts discussed in each of the bite-sized 10 min vids go hand-in-hand with all that I have written since – the must-have essential understanding of what genuine, no frills, no hooks spirituality IS about.
The link will take you to the very first one of the series of 18 and it starts off on the importance of BE-ing Present in the Moment [part 1/5]
The intro is a bit long, I realize now, but what’s 40 seconds in the millenia of our soul’s life, huh?
So … time to explore/enjoy, dear Friend out there and talk back to me, OK?
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All that happens, happens for a reason – most of us agree to that – but just when that thought should be a real *thinking-starter,* that’s where the thinking most often stops.
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The moment under our feet is always perfect =always the perfect time to change, improve, practice, start again, start better to feel better from the inside out – no matter what it’s about.
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As the jets bounced droplets off my shoulders and rivulets of water flooded my ears, this thought appeared behind my eyes: what is this liquid with such magical properties that it is able to vanish from sight only to appear light as air, high above our heads, protecting us from the sun only to pour itself downward again and again as river making rains?
What is this liquid that hardens into an ice – symbol of our frozen state of being?
What is this liquid that knows to flutter down to our world to hide all that is soiled under a thick carpet of heavenly whiteness and that, from the rooftop of the world to the flat lands of Antarctica melts slowly, slowly to replenish life-giving, life sustaining deltas and seas?
What is this liquid that can cleanse, clean, refresh, wash humans, animals and objects alike? What is this liquid without which nothing can grow?
What is this liquid that is so essential to human life that even a few drops make the difference between life and death?
What is this liquid if it’s not the elixir of life?
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