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Discovering the Soul's Existence

Thoughts on allowing harmony and balance to be brought to the forefront in the still waters of meditation. And then letting the new insights seep into the crevices of everyday living.

Select a few phrases from those offered for daily meditation.

Living in harmony
helped by meditation
we become aware of ourselves
no matter what our roles
as beautiful vibrant beings.
We are who we are
At the same time
we are seen differently
by different people.
As an adult
our parents still see us as their children
while our children
see us as parents.
We relate with people in the format
of various roles
and they are in a role when relating with us.
We dance in and out of relationships
but on the inside
we remain our essential Self.
Through playing roles
we come to understand each other
by feeling how similar
we are underneath.
Our role-playing lets us see
many perspectives.
While underlying all is a thread of commonality
interlocking us as the stitches in a sweater.
One long thread; many loops
The fabric of humanity.

Throughout our changing roles
we are the unchanging ones
able to radiate love
in any situation.
And able to feel others' love for us
from our underlying constant of lovingness.
We ask
Who are we?
At any moment
in whatever role
we each can say
I am the one
who always has love to share.
Roles change
Love is the constant property of our soul.

Beauty is harmony
Harmony is beautiful.
Surrounding ourselves with beauty
inner and outer
Surrounding ourselves with harmony
eventually permeates
our daily living.
We see physical beauty
as all parts gracefully aligned
Eliciting feelings of
peacefulness, ease.
We are aware of inner beauty
when a person manifests lovingness
Their actions blending into the creation.
One of the parts
part of the One.

People of inner beauty bring out the best in us
because we feel easy in their company
We recognize beauty
because we start feeling good.
The beauty of nature
and people living in tune with natural harmony
allows us to sink into our own space
of thinking and acting beautifully
It's catching.
More beauty comes into our life
by creating an uplifting
physical, mental, emotional, spiritual environment.
Surroundings clean, orderly
Balanced diet
Bathing and exercise
Deep relaxation, rhythmic breathing
Through meditation and self-analysis discovering
the soul's existence
That self-sustained part of us that is watching
the whole process of living
from its joyful state.
Living in harmony
helped by meditation
we become aware of ourselves
no matter what our roles
as beautiful vibrant beings.

Article by Susan Helene Kramer

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