The Whatness that is Nameless

I am so grateful for the birds, the bees, the trees, the sun, the wind. Focusing on what is beneath all that we notice and don’t notice, we can investigate what is inside all of these forms, the whatness that is nameless. What we celebrate, witness, and aim to connect with is not the thing itself, but the force that animates it.

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Let our devotion be why we take any action in life. The body knows this innate wisdom is linked to the same inherent wisdom that the birds reside in when they know their song, and how to fly, and make a nest, and raise their chicks, and migrate across continents.

There is something beneath, inside, together, under, beyond that emanates from our physical form, that unravels from our spine. It is that which creates and attracts, and offers. In the greater scope of things, it is not our doing and that may feel uncomfortable to a species that is under the illusion that this world was made for us.

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There is something magical in that space that feels uncomfortable and awkward. There is this opportunity to open up to experiencing our inherent connection to all. Many times we stand on the edge of sharing and an insecurity stops us from opening up. Let that insecurity open you up. When something is secure, it is sealed and limited. This is when belief begins to leave something behind, but if we open up, our belief takes on the roots of being love. And love always takes us to a vulnerable place, so invite that insecurity in and support it with curiosity. It can be a scary place, yet it is an exhilarating place. A place of growth, natural development, evolution. Get comfortable with that feeling and the freedom to share and discovery will come. We are not just what we see.




Posted on November 30, 2018 .