Thursday, July 3, 2014


Centeredness is not a perpetual state, unfortunately.  

I find that my life is a constant shifting back and forth between my own small mindedness and the vast vision of God for and above all things.  It is my desire to learn to accept my own ride on this pendulum, and hope that eventually it is supernaturally skewed toward the latter.

But as I swing, I find little pockets of time to breathe and create and let go.  
In this practice, I re-embrace peace.

And I am centered again.

What does your centering practice yield?

1 comment:

  1. I've had a bit of a catch-up here - your posts always stir the pot of recognition, appreciation - push me to allow my own thoughts to see the light of day. Thank you.