Chaotic Silence

We have the ability to perceive and amplify either/or both peace and unrest within ourselves.

On the surface, moments of now are paradoxes of chaotic silence. 

Our mental flow bombastically bombarding us with thoughts, information, emotions and other stimuli can seem quite anxiously overbearing at first.

Yet, after spending time within ourselves and said moments, allowing all of it to wash over as we surrender to the flow; a sweet, vast serenity emerges within all of us, warmly comforting as we simultaneously dive in and out of ourselves, allowing for perspective from our thoughts and mind.


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. LuAnne Holder
    Jan 13, 2016 @ 13:00:39

    Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts after meditation. I am rather new to meditating yet can relate so much to what you say. I, too, write after meditating. It’s a lovely way to begin the day.


    • Brycical
      Jan 20, 2016 @ 14:13:58

      It is a lovely way to begin the day and also it kind of works like a little check in with your mind and body too. It’s great to hear that even though you’re new, you’re still able to relate. I think these are all things on some level many of us encounter to some degree, but meditation certainly helps us to see this more clearly, and also see that others experience this too.

      Thank you for sharing. Much appreciated.


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