*The more clear something is, the harder it is to perceive the thing itself. Think absolutely clear water, or a spotless window, or the air on top of a mountain. The only way we can perceive a perfectly clear thing, is by how well we can see the things beyond or within it.
*Meditating during the Hour of Jupiter led to esoteric Mind Monkeys.
*Meditating during the Hour of Mars led to Mind Monkeys of previous conflicts.
*Maybe the reason we don’t focus on our bodies is because we want to ignore the pain we’ve stored and refuse to let go.
2 thoughts on “Thoughts from Meditation #1”
A perplexing paradox, particularly in relation to clear sight and seership. Recently I wrote a poem called ‘In the mist’ addressed to Gwyn ap Nudd that ended ‘I want clear vision / only the mist can bring.’ It can be found on my blog if you’re interested http://lornasmithers.wordpress.com/2014/05/04/in-the-mist/ I’m still not quite sure what it means.
What would like be without paradox? A lot duller, I’m sure. Thank you for the poem link, I’ll comment on it over on your blog. 🙂