"We must try to penetrate our most secret self, and examine our being from all sides. Let us try, patiently, to perceive the ocean of forces to which we are subjected and in which our growth is, as it were, steeped. This is a salutary exercise; for the depth and universality of our dependence on so much altogether outside our control all go to make up the embracing intimacy of our communion with the world to which we belong.
...And so, for the first time in my life perhaps (although I am supposed to meditate every day!), I took the lamp and, leaving the zone of everyday occupations and relationships where everything seems clear, I went down into my inmost self, to the deep abyss whence I feel dimly that my power of action emanates. But as I moved further and further away from the conventional certainties by which social life is superficially illuminated, I became aware that I was losing contact with myself. At each step of the descent a new person was disclosed within me of whose name I was no longer sure, and who no longer obeyed me. And when I had to stop my exploration because the path faded from beneath my steps, I found a bottomless abyss at my feet, and out of it came -- arriving I know not from where -- the current which I dare to call my life.
What science will ever be able to reveal to man the origin, nature and character of that conscious power to will and to love which constitutes his life?"
The Divine Milieu pg 42
released July 7, 2018
photo by Duff Egan
mandala chalk painting by the neighbor kids
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I just listened through the first time and truly love the whole work! The textures of the music are dynamic enough to hold me and at the same time the pieces are perfect for meditation, contemplation, inner exploration. Mikeljon Nikolich