Saturday, 21 May 2011

Finding gentleness

It's a beautiful day. Again. Life has been very fun and kind, bringing in lots of beauty and goodness. So it wasn't much to write about other than ahh, it feels so good... With occasional moments of craziness, last bits of stress and wanting to change things.

I see that human neurosis and stress is rising from wanting something else than what is, seeking for "better" and missing the beauty of right now.

Today I met my friend Elena. What a blessing. We connected on facebook and talked everyday, it was awesome to meet in person. As synchronicity plays in a magnificent ways it was arranged that we went to a meeting with Pamela Wilson- kindest, most gentle being that I have ever met. I never been to a gathering like this before so it was a new experience, that brought in a completely new look on what's going on.

I put my sword to rest. Even though I haven't been using it much lately, I see now that it is not necessary to cut the heads, instead I can just rest and honour. Whatever happens- Yey!

Everyone is a master of their own way, everyone is playing their roles perfectly, no matter what it appears to the mind. And the mind is not the boss, but only an interpreter of heart. It is the heart that is the heart of being. It opens up and transmutes whatever rises up from the depth of invisible. I bow to heart and honour it's wisdom and power of alchemy.

As people were sharing their problems, Pamela was simply untangling the mess, approaching from different angle that mind could never have worked out by itself. It was beautiful to see how energy changed and got lighter. Wow.

I saw how peoples problems really was the same old problem and each question explored a different unique angle, but it was really the same. I was sitting and drinking the atmosphere of gentle resolutions, resonating with beautiful characters who were here to drop their pain.

I feel much appreciation for life and everyone I meet. Radiant great-fullness. I let the gentleness be the gate opener.

And even though most people are still experiencing fear and pain, life is taking care of business, it's ok, I can rest, there is nothing to worry about. At all.

Thank you, Elena :) for beauty and joy, for being a friend beyond concept.

Much love to everyone.


1 comment:

  1. Thank you for sharing this beautiful and inspiring post Ilona. I have not been to see Pamela Wilson before but have heard wonderful things about her. Ganga-ji and Moo-ji are two of my favourite teachers and I understand they were all students in India together.
    Each of us has our own way of course but gentleness is the path that allows me to relax into being able to see beyond the craziness.
    Such wonderful things you are sharing.
    With love,