Tuesday, June 14, 2011

The Stream of Life

The bridges across the flowing stream of eternal life may sometimes be more inferred than apparent–a movement more of soul and heart than of body and mind. Is a piano or violin more real than the melody it produces simply because the instrument may be touched, taken apart and examined while the melody which defines its existence lingers only in the mind once the instrument is silenced? Is a life experience more real only because science may examine it or does a finer essence produce its melodies and define its existence?

This flowing stream which is life in continual expression throughout the universes is both the instrument and the melody, the cause and the effect, the song and the singer. One may not be divorced from the other because it cannot exist without the other. There is a word which is also a sound; it is Om, which simply means, and simply says, I Am–and with that word, that sound, it is said that all there is was created...in the beginning.


From our book, Whispers From the Soul: The Divine Dance of Consciousness

Photo by Linda Pendleton


Nancy said...

Love this post, Linda.

Linda Pendleton said...

Thank you, Nancy. It sort of goes along with what you posted a day or two ago, doesn't it? About experience the flow of life...and surrendering to it as we enjoy.