MYSTICAL POEMS: “Science of nature” by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

“Science of nature” Science of nature has one goal: To find both manyness and whole. Nothing ‘inside’ or ‘Out There,’ The ‘outer’ world is all ‘In Here.’ This mystery grasp without delay, This secret always on display. The true illusion celebrate, Be joyful in the serious game! No living thing lives separate: One and Many…

“The spirit is the bouquet of nature” by Joseph Campbell

“The spirit is the bouquet of nature” The divine manifestation is ubiquitous, only our eyes are not open to it. Awe is what moves us forward. Live from your own center. The divine lives within you. The separateness apparent in the world is secondary. Beyond the world of opposites is an unseen, but experienced, unity…

“The Purpose of the Journey” – by Joseph Campbell

  The Purpose of the Journey   The purpose of the journey is compassion. When you have come past the pairs of opposites, you have reached compassion. The separateness apparent in the world is secondary. Beyond that world of opposites is an unseen, but experienced, unity and identity in us all. Joseph Campbell from The…

POEMS: “The Somber Tones of Winter”…by Mystic Meandering

Photo credit: “Black and white landscape” Pinterest The Somber Tones of Winter…   Sometimes my Heart sings the somber tones that have lain dormant needing expression… An Adagio emerges as if someone has died; maybe that someone is “me,” the false me… the mask of “me” that keeps falling off, leaving something more real exposed……

HAIKU POEMS: “Oneness” (“Unidad”)

  “Oneness”   Breaking down the walls Of separation & prejudice, Melt into Oneness… === We all belong to One, One Source, One Love, One Light, ONE! Learn to love each other! Amira   “Unidad”   Rompiendo las paredes De separación y prejuicio, Te fundes en la Unidad… === Todos pertenecemos al Uno, Una Fuente,…

WISDOM QUOTES FROM Thich Nhat Hanh

“Waking up this morning, I smile. Twenty-four brand new hours are before me. I vow to live fully in each moment and to look at all beings with eyes of compassion.”