Essene Meditations And Blessings #6

 

Quaerite Et Invenietis “Seek and you will find”

 

“There is nothing hidden that will not be revealed”

 

Meditation

Wherein lies the source of joy?

The inner peace of winter

Prepares me for the answer;

It shouts quietly to me,

“Do not seek happiness; seek rather

Your true nature,

Your true reason for being;

Seek your dharma.

Joy is the child of completeness,

Of living your dharma.”

At this time of new, small beginnings,

I feel the clarity of vision growing in me,

and I am pregnant with joy.

 

The Blessing

The silent stirring of the new life in me

Fills me with an inner strength.

The strength is good;

And it comes from a place

Deep inside my being

That has only been reached

In the depth of ego-death.

This power I trust;

This is the power

Of love and compassion

The world cries out for.

The veil of illusion

Lifts slowly and reveals.

 

May God bless and protect you and…

May you always be

Healthy, Happy

Safe and Comfortable

Seth Kelly Curtis

 

 

11 comments on “Essene Meditations And Blessings #6

  1. I love this so much. I post something on my blog.

  2. Bhavanajagat says:

    Where is Joy? The truth of any given statement depends upon its relationship with an external, verifiable fact or reality. The ideas of finding inner peace or inner joy are okay but there is the need for its correspondence to external facts that can be observed.

    Prince Siddhartha did not settle down for finding inner peace. When he recognized the facts of the world, he left the comfort of princely life to investigate the cause for human suffering and misery.

    I find it very hard to find inner peace or joy while I am aware of people living in pain. What I need is not inner peace or inner joy. I just need patience, tolerance or “KSHAMA” to endure the experience of pain whether it belongs to me or to another person or another living entity with whom or with which I share my living environment. No man is an island unto himself.

  3. K E Garland says:

    Are these related to the 7 essenes? I remember watching a Gregg Braden film about the 7 Essene Mirrors.

    • Kelly Curtis says:

      Yes, these are the same Essenes that use the method of The Seven Mirrors. The Essenes defined personal relationships using the Seven Mirrors. They separated the way we relate to others into seven categories, calling them mirrors because our lives are mirrored in our choices and actions. The Seven Mirrors also relate to the seven chakras. Take care.

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