What you learn from walking a tightrope ...

"What you learn from walking a tightrope is the glorious liberty of perfect balance. If you no longer wish to deviate, the limitations are no problem. Absolute stillness is required. Stillness is not passivity nor inaction, it's invisible movement at the intensity of light.
"Perfection is dynamic and progressive. You are at your best now, but in the future your percept of 'best' will have evolved still further. This is the nature of the metaphysical universe.

"Take your time. Everything develops at its own pace. There is you, atma, & there is everythingelse, brahma. You really expect to synchronise instantly with the mechanism of aeons? How different your time–frames are. And after the Universe has adapted itself to your needs in the twinkling of an eye, to whose of the billions of needs should adapt itself next?
It doesn’t work that way. It can't.
"If you have thought the universe a dark empty place, what does that tell you? That it is? No – that you think it so. Which is right? Your experience of course. You can only speak from your own truth. But if, instead of clinging to an individuality which you instinctively know to be barren, you surrender to the darkness of your fears – your eyes will soon open to accept a range of light and experience beyond your conscious imagining.
"All created matter is built in potential harmony. Humanity alone has the power to create and develop harmonies that didn’t exist before. The art of the musician consists in drawing the maximum sonority from hir instrument, based on a respect for and understanding of the medium itself. Your body, mind and spirit are built to be receptors reflecting the power and energy of these universal harmonies. So long as you are turned inward, uncertain of your own voice, your experience is bound to be lonely, frightening and empty.

"Love begins, sustains, and concludes the transformation. Love is the evolutionary force governing the universe – the counter-balance of everything."

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