Lunar Eclipse, Solar Eclipse . . . .
The days are flying by like particles. Particles that I cannot grasp and, on the off-chance that I do grasp a few grains, it’s only momentarily before they fall out of the palm of my hand.
I have been focusing on breath very often to keep myself centered. I keep remembering the feeling of my last acupuncture treatment where, instead of lying down and turning over, I sat up and had all the needles inserted at the same time. I felt so strong and stable during those moments.
I cannot decipher if this wind is caused by me or if I am experiencing the effects of what may be happening to those around me. You know, that cause-and-effect situation.
I watch my little Zen master – my son – as he plays and communicates daily with a sense of ease. His actions remind me to focus on what is actually necessary and not on what I think to be as such. His playful joy and unconditional love remind me of the importance of just being. It helps me recognize how play is so invaluable to each of us, how laughter breaks through all worries, how singing at any given moment brings joyful smiles from all within hearing range.
I reach for the child within me to join his place of being.
What a way to run a company…hahahaha.
[tags]lunar eclipse, solar eclipse, spending time with my son, unconditional love, joyful smiles[/tags]