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Winds of your Soul

For a context for these cryptic quotes please see the post ‘The Flower of Experience’

“Reacting mechanically to our world relates us to our habits, our life is mechanical, and pessimism shows up. We look out the windows of our home, sigh, and say ‘one more day’. Open the door to your heart, to the winds of your soul, and you’ll say ‘what a beautiful day’. The little girl, who is salka, tending her alpacas and llamas at 15000 feet on the slopes of the Apu. She is not lonely or bored, she is content, she is joyful, connecting with the rocks, the trees, the animals, the Apus, the wind.”

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The Heart Speaks

For a context for these cryptic quotes please see the post ‘The Flower of Experience‘…

The heart speaks of eternity…and the mind misinterprets that as permanence.

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Talking with the Trees

For a context for these cryptic quotes please see the post ‘The Flower of Experience’

Talk more with the trees, rocks, the wind…and talk less to yourself.

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The Wind Doesn’t Know Where it is Going

For a context for these cryptic quotes please see the post ‘The Flower of Experience’

To not know is better than to know; to not know who you really are, or what is really going on, or what it all means, or what will happen next. There are things we know, and things we don’t know yet but can know, and then there are those things we can never know. Invite the mystery in. The wind does not know where it is going.

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Laws of the Cosmos

For a context for these cryptic quotes please see the post ‘The Flower of Experience’

The law of teqsemuyu (of the universe) is harmony.

The law of allilaquasay (of life) is to live well, to live well with yourself.

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