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Daily Connecting with Source

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Creative Commons License photo credit: h.koppdelaney

Each “self” has its own way of connecting with Source. The mental body likes to meditate and think on God … the emotional self wants to feel an intimate relationship with Source so ritual and song, chanting and bliss generating meditations are designed to allow the emotional body ways to “worship” Source. The physical responds well to yoga, tai chi – even belly dance becomes union with Source when we set our intention on spiritual alignment as we move.

It doesn’t matter whether your daily practice consists of prayer or zen sitting, yoga, Tai chi or ecstatic dance, art, reading or writing prose, studying Biblical verse or the Vedas – whatever brings you into a deeper spiritual connection counts. Combine any of the many alignment techniques into a practice that works for you and then commit to it. Your spiritual practice shapes the inner vessel that navigates you through the emotional waters of life to a place of new possibility based on a relationship of oneness with Source.

4 Responses

  1. Sounds to me like perhaps you are beginning to “befriend” your “shark” mind and move towards clearer emotional waters. 🙂 That’s my projection anyway. Blessings, Lynne

  2. In my meditation this morning, the image of me going through a blue hole into a beautiful ocean came up. There were all kinds of beautiful tropical fish, and there was a gentle current nudging me . Then the idea of sharks came up, and a big great white came up to me, and opened up its big gaping mouth, with it’s bright white sharks teeth, and at first I was scared, but then I was tucked into its mouth with its teeth gently pushing into my skin, sort of like a love bite. It was a nice contrast to the old dream I had about the shark dragging me to the bottom of the ocean. I imagine this came up do to your postings on Noah’s ark. I am pretty sure I know what it means for me, but I just wanted to share the beautiful image.
    Thanks

  3. Yes Elizabeth, I find that all life can be viewed through a spiritual lens since everything is a reflection and therefore extension of our relationship with the One Mind.
    I love having this chance to dialog about the work. Thanks for your input.

  4. “Your spiritual practice shapes the inner vessel that navigates you through the emotional waters of life to a place of new possibility based on a relationship of oneness with Source.”
    I love this metaphor. It is so tangible, and easy to relate to. Thanks. It makes me want to finish “Moby Dick” read through this lense.

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