Dadirri – deep stillness
In this time of great darkness I am called to an Aboriginal practice that I will sharing with you all on my upcoming Moon course with Julian Jenkins. The practice is called Dadirri and for me there’s no better time than now to give your heart and mind a little extra nourishment.
I want to share an inspirational Sanskrit poem by Kalidasa, an insightful Indian playwright and poet who was active during the 4th and 5th Century AD.
Often and unwittingly we silently starve ourselves of the peace and contentedness that is waiting in every moment, convinced that it can only be experienced once a group or an external piece of some life puzzle falls into place.
Stop all of that and awaken for it is your time to be fully alive and activated right NOW.
“Look to this day,for it is life, the very breath of life.In its brief course lieall the realities of your existence;the bliss of growth,the glory of action,the splendor of beauty.For yesterday is only a dream,and tomorrow is but a vision.But today, well lived,makes every yesterday a dream of happiness,and every tomorrowa vision of hope.Look well, therefore, to this day”
This poem reminds us that the past and the future dwell only in our minds, and in truth, all that we ever experience is this present moment. “Look well, therefore, to this day…”
Don’t let the illusions of your past or future rob you of the infiniteness of your present.
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