I capture the wind with mScreen Shot 2016-01-02 at 9.57.22 PMy nose and mouth.

I begin to let it play within me, giving me a greater experience of life than just what exists within my body.

I stand and engulf the universe, inhaling the galaxies, the stars and existential life, the ethers.

It is the truest definition of breath, not something manufactured from class techniques or spiritual instruction.

It is the breath of eternity itself and for the first time, I understand what it means to be whole.

I wonder where this intoxication of clarity can lead me?  How can one go about the business of living in this worldly dimension having just inhaled all of existence?

I beg for guidance of the All which now feels strange because I am the All.

I beg myself to guide me. Yet, I reason, there is nothing to guide. There is only the choice to live from that space of the expanded self.

It is time to live like I have not lived prior to this inhale.

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  • I have found that allowing your mind to imagine the infinite possibilities can lead to feeling the infinite. I had a similar experience.
    I felt as if a huge water hose was placed in my mouth and my body flooded with cleansing water. I could literally feel the water going through my body to each organ and even to my mind as it washed away the negative. I wept at the end. I felt like a new being. This wasn’t imaginary for me. It was a real feeling. It was like nothing I had ever experienced before. I was totally inside myself and outside of this world. For me, I have learned that staying connected to the inside of myself, being aware of my inner guidance, and being aware of my feelings inside has given me more peace during challenging times. Thank you so much for sharing. You and your messages are a great inspiration to me and they motivate me to live my best life.

    In love,
    Vince

    • David Ault says:

      Thank you Vince. I champion you to keep that connection to your inner knowing. Knowing great healing and joy on your journey.

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