"Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart.
Who looks outside, dreams.
Who looks inside, awakens." ~ Carl Jung
“ The willingness to “deal” with the inner transmutation process, the willingness to deal with one’s inauthenticities and one’s own inner egoic status quo … is the true work, and once undertaken, the Infinite Intelligence inherent [with]in … unfolds us. …
Listening from the Silence within allows for wisdom to be shared in exactly the way it is needed in any given moment. …This is the process of awakening to the true self, awakening to self-actualization. … all such evolution takes place from Center to circumference.
When we come from this knowing of who we are as true self, we can be bold. And the boldness comes, not from fear or arrogance, but from the clarity born of listening to Wisdom with humility. Add to this the ability of not taking the pressure of …our own internal habitual thought system … personally, and [one] is supported in … [developing] a depth of compassionate understanding. … the physics of a higher vibrational rate catalyzes the lower vibrational rate of the instruments around it, the resonance of the state of mind of a person aligning with the resonance of the Silence catalyzes the health in oneself, in another person, as well as in an entire system. …
The true mystic wears no armband advertising such. And the true mystic … walks through … all arenas of life: as homemaker, line worker, poet, teacher, student, elder, child. At any age, any gender, any role in life experience, any cultural or educational background, the true mystic emanates a serene countenance, listening from the cues of Infinite Intelligence, Omniscient Wisdom, and Omnipotent Love.
One with Silence is the majority.”
~ excerpt from The Inward Outlook, by Laura Basha, pp. 74&75
Image: Detail from 'Homage to Botticelli' by Laura Basha