Tag Archives: introspection

Who Looks Inside

 

“Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart.
Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.”
— C.G. Jung

 

I drop a penny into my well
and wait for the landing echo.
There is much to see and hear inside
The sound of changing dreams
and compromise
The sad song of loneliness
playing at odds with the din of companionship
The anguish of uncertainty and doubt
with a counterpoint of hope
yet still the penny drops.
I find gods and demons exchanging masques
shifting belief structures in runed circles
hymns and dirges, invocational chants
and still the penny drops
It may never land
yet with each layer I come closer to the centre
of my soul’s heart awakening.
— G A Rosenberg

 

Blessings, G

 

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In the Forest WaitingIn the Forest Waiting by G A Rosenberg

 

Wavering DepthsWavering Depths by G A Rosenberg

 

The Way In

 

“How can I accept a limited definable self, when I feel, in me, all possibilities?”
— Anaïs Nin

 

Open the byways and alleys of me
Show me the infinite
Unblock the paths
that I have yet to tread
and bring me awareness
not to be someone else
but to be me in fullness
For how can I know anything
more than I know myself?
If I truly am more than I have known
let me see it
Limitless potential
let me be it.
O scribe who stands at the crossroads
show me the way through
— G A Rosenberg

 

Blessings, G

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Peering Within and WithoutPeering Within and Without by G A Rosenberg

 

CentredCentred by G A Rosenberg

 

Quote of the Day – November 4 2011

“be a falcon in your rapture
be a lion in your majesty
find the treasure of the contented soul
walk fast
get to the place where neither fast nor slow exist
ascend to the height where there is no high or low”
-Rumi

Another day with so much to contemplate tho have found that meditating with a group can be a powerful thing…meditating on love within a group even more so. =)
Can silence be the ultimate form of communication and that least misunderstood? I know that silence can be gleefully misinterpreted and often seems to be and yet…at least when I stay silent, I seldom feel as if I have said the wrong thing or said the right thing the wrong way. Namaste
–G A Rosenberg

 

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Early Atlantean Design by G A Rosenberg

Introspection by G A Rosenberg