ॲं “The answers you seek never come when the mind is busy, they come when the mind is still.”
How could the answers come when your mind is full or busy? There is no room for them!! You must first empty a sponge before it can absorb anything; in spite of its nature, it cannot hold more than it is capable, no matter how hard you try. It’s the same with our minds, bodies, and lives. There is a threshold, at which point, we can longer be filled, as a cup already full, it becomes hard. In certain recovery programs, they say you cannot keep which you do not freely give away. Much like oceans and lakes apparent, they seem constant, but they are never the same twice in their constant cycling of old, out, and new, in! The lakes can remain fresh and clean so long as they give away the old and used and make room for the new which will come as a natural consequence of the old’s exit. It is but a beautiful dance on the stage of existence, we are privy should we choose to SEE. Much merit is withheld from the observance of mind and its natural flow. Many yogi travel this infinitely deep journey within, but know that it is a journey of attraction rather than promotion. When the student is ready, the teacher will appear, and if the mind is not cleared of all the things keeping it busy, they teacher may not appear, and or simply cannot be recognized for the purpose they serve. Cleanse yourself of the stale, the old, the unserving, and open yourself to be filled with the divine love and light, your birthright. This is a journey of remembering just as much of a discovery. To what difference can you truly ascribe those words other than human connotations, which likely, are part of the clutter keeping you from your answers anyway? Can you still your mind, and let the answers be received. For in a world of duality, there must ALWAYS be an answer to a question; NAMASTÈ!
On this day, I will slow down, empty my sponge, still my mind, and see what I receive. 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼