Water flows, fills and falls, as in a mountain brook.
Pass places, each a story, like pages of a book.
Where does it begin?
How does it continue on?
Does it ever end?
Through it’s phases, aspects and manifestations
As vapour in air, moisture in soil
Both inside and outside of cells and on Earth,
Water permeates, reticulates, purifies and invigorates.
The basis of life reverberates
Within our reality of conscious experience,
Even in representation as notion or sense,
When part of one’s Whole Being
Who is of cells, life, Water, Earth and Reality.
Water exists beyond our reality, beyond notion and sense,
In the real world of Reality
Where our Whole Being also is, exists, lives.
He or She permeates, dissolves, reconstitutes,
Flows throughout our realty
As Water does, in the real world of Reality.
Seek not just this or that
what you determine in notion and sense
but abide in what must be there
the one and only whole that is Reality
of which your whole is a part.
Words incite the grasping mind
senses lead to a succouring latch
but abide in who must be there
a whole being who is of Reality
of whom your reality is a part.
“Seek not just this or that”. Our reality is conscious experience and self witnessed. Everything of our self and experience is a part of our whole self or being, who is of Reality. What we seek as well as our seeking, is also a part of our whole.
We cannot seek or approach our whole directly for the whole is displaced and transcendent of its parts. However, as a part we may “abide in who must be there” in Reality. And because our whole is of Reality, we may abide and be touched by Reality in being a part of our whole.
“What is it ?” we may ask
And expect an answer
For saying, there’s a reply
The space we occupy as identity, is filled with notion and sense. Non-sense if we determine or demand actuality.
With notion and sense we can only surmise and imagine, and think we can try things out if we want to – and we think we do. But it is the whole body who is and does … anything, everything. The whole body is alive in creation, present in the present.
Rather than our usual moment to moment grasp, our time elapsing, it’s between the words there’s room to begin a decent breath, and then to be actuality beyond words.
notion and sense, conscious mind
notion and sense
Our deepest sense and presence
of the world, others
and our self,
including the witness’,
related to that whole
who projects our all,
of whom we are
a projected part,
by whom we, as identity
and our reality
of having an experience witnessed,
are projected through
the brain and spinal cord (CNS).
Brain spine and nerve roots floating on end, tapering tip and top a split.
Down through chest, diaphragm and belly
land through deeper being,
other end is a clue
as to our floating part and whole.
The core is the reference.