Fields of Joy

Guest post by Daniel Collinsworth.

Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing,
there is a field. I’ll meet you there.
When the soul lies down in that grass,
the world is too full to talk about.


Rumi

Fields of Joy

When I breathe deeply and slowly, the Universe breathes with me. Deeply, slowly, this world becomes still. Deeply, slowly, this stillness connects me to The Center.

Here, there is one truth: I Am.

My body, in the Lotus Position, begins to blur at the edges. I become aware of a shining, golden sun inside my belly.

I breathe in, and the sun’s light intensifies. I breathe out, and the light expands in all directions. I breathe in, I Am. I breathe out, I Am Still.

I open internal eyes to see a field – a radiant, limitless field – unfolding all around me. I see the sun in my belly, now in the center of an endless golden sky: True Source, pouring rivers of unconditional love and joy – like rolling ribbons of intricate, living light – into this sacred I Am space. I open my hands and arms into a posture of surrender and receiving.

I see the sun in the endless golden sky, now in the center of my belly: I Am, radiating streams of unconditional joy and love back into Source awareness.

True Source: My Love for You.

I am seen. I am seeing. I am knowing. I am known. My joy is complete.

The field around me breathes deeply and slowly. I understand the gift of Being: giving and receiving. Inhaling, exhaling. Our radiance and meaning. I Am.

I am Love, I am Stillness, I am Joy. I am One.

This is home. This is ours.

With a deep, slow breath, I return my awareness to my body. I open my eyes and see a world around me that is still breathing with stillness and love.

The trees, with their gentle knowing, whisper their wisdom to me. I savor our common stillness. I create a space of gratitude for this sacred Now, and I smile and laugh.

I remember my Source connection, I honor the light of my central sun, and I walk in fields of joy.

Daniel Collinsworth is a teacher and cloud watcher. He has a blog called Metta Drum where he shares insights on compassion, oneness, healing and freedom. You can connect with him on Facebook and Twitter.

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