Thursday, February 4, 2010

The Art of Being is All About Living


OUR BEING NATURALLY INCLUDES OUR PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL AND MENTAL ASPECTS IN CONSCIOUSNESS
I think that our “being” covers every aspect of who we are, including the trendy "who we really are."  Essential being - that part of us that is infinite, that holds our absolute truths, grounds us to the universe, is our awareness, moves the Logos - is just as important as finite and changeable aspects, such as our cellular components, ego, sacral, or consciousness.  

The art of being may just be recognizing finite aspects of being while creating experience in harmony with the infinite aspects of soul and spirit.
If we have the wisdom to see it, our experience presents us with opportunity for the possibility of becoming, and leads us to our own infinite nature if we do not resist.  What parts of us are finite and which infinite can be presented in a clash of light and shadow, or in the whisper of the cool wind on our face. Recognition tells us which is which.  If seen from the non dual viewpoint, there is no division between. 
All material copyrighted 2010 All About Living, Molly Brogan
Artwork by Jean Delville   Many thanks.

7 comments:

Raven said...

To be or not to be, oh lovely paradox.

Dean said...

Maybe Shakespeare knew of awareness beyond being, that formless, dreamless sleep that is real, without memory, yet not forgotten...

jiddu said...

there are differences in our internal and external realities, yet we, or I AM, is the same in both. Nice blog.

Scott said...

Let's get real. I am, I love, I work, I rest, I support, I accept...being takes everything, no more no less.

Art by Tomas said...

I would say, your article defined the picture that opens to us beyond the flat surface of the artworks that allure so many. Thank you for the help to check and to fix the thoughts for my inner reality could burst into bloom on day-to-day dusty road.

kawaii dreamer said...

Very well written... Nice job! Thanks for the information...

Molly Brogan said...

Thanks for all of your comments and consideration of this chapter of my book. Being can be something we take for granted, like breathing. Yet, as Scott observes, it is everything we are.