Harmony of Being or Finding your Middle Ground …. Whatever you call it, most of us intuitively know it when you get there.
This is a great perspective from Steve Taylor…. And is inspiration to keep doing it!
Thank you Evolutionary_Mystic for this share today.
Originally published in Natural Health magazine, 2012.
From time to time, we all have experiences when restlessness and discontent fade away, and we’re filled with a sense of ease, well-being and harmony. We become free of pressure to keep busy and the need for stimulation, and rest at ease within ourselves and within the present moment.
I call these experiences ‘harmony of being.’ They usually occur when we’re quiet and relaxed and there’s stillness around us – for example, when we’re walking through the countryside, working quietly with our hands, listening to or playing music, or after meditation, yoga or sex. The chattering of our minds fades away and we feel a natural flow of connection between ourselves and our surroundings or other people.
Sometimes these experiences seem to come out of nowhere, for no apparent reason. You might experience harmony of being for a brief moment when you wake…
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