A Complete Meltdown

by Christopher Lovejoy on October 30, 2016

This has happened to me only once before.

This morning, I began a course of study, when, all of a sudden, without warning, I found myself in the midst of a firestorm of interest, inundated with a wellspring of information and inspiration so profound and so extensive as to leave me feeling completely unable to process and proceed any further.

Call it a major download from the high heavens.

Not that I’m complaining; I’m merely observing … and reporting … and excusing.

I have nothing substantial to share with you today.

Correction: I have nothing coherently prepared to share with you today.

At least not yet.

bridge-to-unknown-496x496I am also feeling tapped out, and I trust that this is a temporary tapping out. I was unusually active, physically, this past week, and I am feeling its effects on me mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Truth be told, I could use a well-earned, well-deserved period of rest and recovery. To this end, after taking care of a few items of business, I will clear my schedule for today and lose myself in the beauty of harmony and the harmony of beauty, naturally and serenely, while being mindfully intimate with both, making room for moments of ecstasy to find their way to the surface. I shall take a walk into the depthless depths of nature, following my inner knowingness with a beginner’s mind.

Enjoy your day and, Source willing, I shall return next week with more soul-expanding material.

Image credit: Bridge to the Unknown, by Yours Truly, c. November 1991

Note: my evolving outline on approaching a realization of the ultimate in personal fulfillment can be found here, accessible from the nav menu under the page “Be Here Now”.

Note: this ever growing perspective began here: Ultimate Perspective

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