Inspiration – Mind Merges with Heart

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As mind merges inside the heart, true understanding awakens.

You are the invisible inside the visible, the unmoving inside all movements.

Like space moving in space glowing inside a thin skin called a human being.*

~ Mooji

I had to smile as I read these words from Mooji …. I’m feeling a bit thin skinned today

When I’m feeling thin skinned, and easily irritated, I feel separate with my thoughts. Its time to open my heart and connect to the understanding that lies there.

This is a lovely reminder to being awareness to where our minds are. Are you attuned to your heart?

Please join me in taking a Middle Ground Pause, and breathe into the loving space glowing inside.

Namaste

*Mooji. White Fire: Spiritual insights and teachings of advaita zen master Mooji (Kindle Locations 3181-3182). Mooji Media Publications. Kindle Edition.

25 responses to “Inspiration – Mind Merges with Heart

    • I like your directness Hariod πŸ’›Sometimes we need a reminder not to be so attached to the bag of skin and thinking mind. I do admire how Mooji takes us into our hearts to bring us there.

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  1. Awareness is a never ending process with me. A little carelessness takes the mind to takes you to the territories you don’t want to go. Nice reminder. Namaste. Have a nice day dear.

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  2. Yes, that’s how I woke up a couple of hours ago. Aware of too many aches from overdoing things yesterday, feeling my age, knowing a day will come when many tasks here will become too difficult for me, and generally feeling irritable and unhappy about the future. Not a familiar place for me! ☹️

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    • When we don’t accept reality, it kicks up a lot of irritation and resistance. It’s a great lesson for tuning in to what is more important – the love in our hearts, rather than the deterioration of the physical body πŸ’•

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  3. I have found that whenever I’m feeling especially thin-skinned and fragile, then it’s time for me to stop and figure out what is at the root of it. And once I recognize that and come to grips with it, then I usually feel a lot less fragile. Recognizing my emotions is not my strong point, but I’m working on it!

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    • Tuning in to our emotions can be difficult Ann. I know that I became quite numb over the years until, I came to realize that I was actually a very sensitive person… and not recognizing my feelings was a way of coping. I’m not saying that of you….
      Self inquiry is so important, as is allowing ourselves to feel. Feeling can be so freeing πŸ’›

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