MYSTICAL POEMS: “Primordial Pool of Silence” by Mystic Meandering

Primordial Pool of Silence…   Days unfold like rushing waterfalls. Nights I welcome the silence; just sitting, just being, allowing the flow of the day to come to the edge and gently fall away… A smooth, sliding movement finding its own rhythm empties out the eddies of life… Letting go of trying, trying to make…

MYSTIC POEMS: “Remembering” by Mystic Meandering

“Remembering” Posted: 06 Jul 2019 11:16 PM PDT Sitting in the Sanctuary of Silence, the deep space of Formlessness keeps pulling me in, enticing me to remember, to listen D E E P L Y . . .     In this space of Pure Awareness, beyond thought, I can feel the intimacy of Silence once…

POEMS: “For Loneliness” by John O’Donohue

“For Loneliness”   When the light lessens, Causing colors to lose their courage, And your eyes fix on the empty distance That can open on either side Of the surest line To make all that is Familiar and near Seem suddenly foreign, When the music of talk Breaks apart into noise And you hear your…

A quote from “A Course in Miracles” (about going within)

There is a silence into which the world cannot intrude. There is an ancient peace you carry in your heart and have not lost. Lay down your arms and come without defense into the quiet place where Heaven’s peace holds all things still at last. Lay down all thoughts of danger and of fear. As…

NATURE POEMS: “The Lake of Beauty” by Edward Carpenter

“The Lake of Beauty” Let your mind be quiet, realising the beauty of the world, and the immense, the boundless treasures that it holds in store. All that you have within you, all that your heart desires, all that your Nature so specially fits you for — that or the counterpart of it waits embedded…

ZEN POEMS: “Still water” by Chuang Tzu

“Still water”   The non-action of the wise man is not inaction. It is not studied.  It is not shaken by anything. The sage is quiet because he is not moved, Not because he wills to be quiet. Still water is like glass. You can look in it and see the bristles on your chin. It…