Soul touches Self

Mudra

Mudra


The Dhyana Mudra
completing the infinite circle
in which the Soul comes to touch
itself
with the same compassion
it bestows upon the world.

Interesting little picture. The hands are in the dhyana mudra- one of the more common mudras.
I thought about the unity implied by one hand coming to rest in the other, as if completing a circle.

When we can touch ourselves with even a drop of the infinite compassion we long to express in this world, our Soul comes to recognize itself.

Your Soul does not recognize itself in your rejections, projections, and attempts to control. The Soul already knows what you have come to learn.

When you look upon a statue of the Buddha, Christ, or…Do you understand what you are to see?

I like positive energy on my blog, so I decided to post this after this morning’s entry.

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You-

with your eyes of such innocence and devotion-

Glancing towards the iconic image-

Be it Buddha, Christ, Kali, Ganesh, Saints or more-

Do you have any idea of what you are looking for?

You-

with your grave expression of seeking-

Holding the iconic image in heart and mind-

Be it Buddha, Christ, Kali, Ganesh, Saints or more-

Do you understand what you are to see?

You-

With your gaze held steady are to understand

These images of which you hold dear

Are but mirrors

for You and all that You are to Be.

You-

As the images cross your vision-

Be it Buddha, Christ, Kali, Ganesh, Saints or more-

View them in awe and remember

“The visions hold everything within me.”