Introduction to The Rhythm of Journey
I must be near The Stream, with the stream consistently. The stream is in me. And when needed−which is quite often−I hike to the Trust View to see and remember that all I Hold & Release into the flow is part of a larger reality of Life & Living.
It was an early Spring morning when I stepped into self-induced worries around things that do not require such energy draining attention. In those moments I decided to own the fact that I must learn to truly let go. How? How indeed.
At that moment I had a heart thought:
“Just be grateful.”
So that day, I simply walked in gratitude. After the day of walking as such, I found myself journaling a prayer of sorts:
Let gratitude go deep
deep into the heart of who I am
deep into the soul of self
The next day I simply took action instead of wasting energy on any worry. The doing was what I knew to be good and right in my being.
For a while now I’ve been very attentive to the rhythm for my own Life & Living.
~ Forgive Everything
~ Everything Belongs
~ See the Unfolding
Forgive Everything gets me down to The Stream where I wade into the flow and mindfully place things (including those self-induced worries).
Everything Belongs is The Path−my evolving journey as I learn continually to honor paradox (a practice in leading with a non-dual mindset).
See the Unfolding; as I place all in the flow and let go of the need to judge/separate, I rise to the height of the Trust View.
The Rhythm of Journey
Hold & Release … The Paradox (Stillness/Flow)
Life & Living … The Paradox (Being/Doing)
The Trust View
Desire & Intent … The Paradox (Attachment/Detachment)
Introducing this to you, my reader, has been a significant challenge. I hope you will stay with me as I continue through the next six pieces.
I desire that you know your rhythm. My intent is that these pieces of writing from me will take you into conscious presence with the rhythm of your journey; and that you will see such rhythm as the energy source for your Life & Living as a leader in this 21st Century.
A Poem at WadingtheStream.com: A Walk in Gratitude