If we come from an accelerating world decelerating into the outer and inner stillness,
firstly we find ourselves in the stillness of our thoughts.
Giving consciousness room and opportunity to spread from a mind-centered focus to the whole body,
to feel again our physical body, the neutral sensation of perceiving and the love from our heart connecting everything.

Such a stillness equals the drop of water, that we are,
in a steadied ocean of the universe, that consists only out of these drops,
and – united as one – together flowing with the streams of life,
thus – still quiet on its surface – reflecting heaven on earth through the beams of the sun.

Going into stillness not only means to be quiet, but foremost also to devote oneself to the holy flow of life.
Whoever immerges into stillness in such a way, gives up the resistance of one's beliefs against here and now
and flows with the rhythmically recurring waves of life.

Similar to a surfer on the wave of life, that can't be deedless nor act beyond the surfboard,
neither look back nor far ahead without loosing the balance in life,
nor stopping to stand up again after a downfall (in order not to be washed away by the mainstream),
neither swim against the holy flow of life without getting tired of it,
so also man has to devote oneself to the tides.

In such an inner an outer tune one can
create and handle every daring feat of surfing through life,
accomplish every expression of oneself even during challenging waves,
and enjoy one's blissful life in the light of the warming sun.

Stand up, it's time (to learn) to go – into stillness.

Sandavala
(CreativeCommons CC BY-ND 2008 licensed)

For the original german version, check out: http://www.netzwerk-gesundheit.at/wiki/Stille

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Comment by susan chandel on January 25, 2009 at 8:03pm
Thank you I know that I need to be reminded to seek the stillness. Live seems to flow better when I take a short part of each day to do that.
Comment by Jean VIORA-PERRIN on December 25, 2008 at 6:11pm
Hello Sandavala, may I ask you where you stay in Austria? I have a friend in Vienne ( chirurgie des yeux): the doctor Peter Niedereiter that I met almost 40 years ago in Asmara ( Eritrea-Erythrée)...
"MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR." Jean from Nice (French Riviera)
Comment by clu on December 25, 2008 at 6:08pm
WOW!!!
So beautiful,deep and bright thought!!!beautiful..because u achieve make me think three-dimensionally with

your metaphors..deep,because u get outside from the daily life and make so intense analysis...bright because

your wisdom arrive to such beautiful conclusion !!!

thank u x sharing this with me!!! i certainly want to share this with everybody i know!!!thank u!!!
Comment by AnjaRa on December 25, 2008 at 5:02pm
Beautiful, Sandavala, and beautiful Sandavala :):):)! Thank you for reminding me, too!

The lines -
"Similar to a surfer on the wave of life, that can't be deedless nor act beyond the surfboard,
neither look back nor far ahead without loosing the balance in life,
nor stopping to stand up again after a downfall (in order not to be washed away by the mainstream),
neither swim against the holy flow of life without getting tired of it,
so also man has to devote oneself to the tides.!
- are both beautiful and true, as I see them!

Love and Peace to you my beloved brother in Spirit!
AnjaRa :)

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