In a world that is so full of sounds, noises, demands, competion and movement, egos and seperation, how do we become still again?
In a world where every moment should be planned ahead, should be lived ahead and digested before it is even experienced, how do we become still again?
In a world where many are seeking answers in other people´s predictions – because they have forgotten that they carry them all within themselves, how do we become still again?
In a world where the need for permission and approval is projected onto other people´s opinions, social media accounts, concepts and linear timelines, how do we become still again?
In a world where peace is so desperately longed for and power given away to decision makers of their own agenda, how do we become still again?
In a world so full of illusions fed as truth, how do we become still again?
—And why is it even important, you may ask? Why do we even need to become still again?—
In stillness lies peace.
Stillness offers a threshold to return home to ourselves, to our souls.
Stillness opens a portal to your heart, where you meet your Self, your true essence. You reunite from here.
Stillness activates the rememberings from long forgotten times when we lived in harmony. Together. For one another. In peace with Nature. In love with the lands. In union.
Stillness embraces healing as it cradles us back into our wholeness which always has been and always will be one of the deepest truth.
Stillness allows us to breathe in oneness. To exhale stress. To be present. Here and now – in the only moment ever existing.
Stillness is the soul´s medicine. It allows us to feel. No expectations, no demands, nothing to do, no goals to run after. Just being still, returning to the breath, feeling the breath, being the breath. The depth of our breath.
And in that stillness, we eventually begin to open up. We begin to nurture ourselves back into our bodies. Back into our hearts. Feeling the expansion, feeling the love, the wild beauty, the wild ecstasy, the wild sacredness of our wholeness. Feeling truth in all that we are.
And as we do, it returns us home to ourselves. And ultimately home to all of life because we have uncovered the union within, the greatest connectedness that is interwoven in our beingness: Flowing through us, flowing out from us, threading and weaving what we call Life.
Breathing peace. Being harmony. Living wholeness.
Stillness is the rhythm of creation sung through every single one of us.
Can we be it?
Author: Lin Schulz