For some time now, I have been racking my brains about what this blog post should be about and somehow, I cannot find anything I can or want to write about at the moment.
Not that there is no inspiration. But either there is already a time and a place for what is in flux – and they are not here and now – or everything still has to sort itself out a little. I am sorting through some things at the moment and simply have not yet reached the point where I can share them.
Blogging is about sharing. A zero-point is more about beholding.
. Today I watched a hoverfly on the balcony for a long time. It inspected rose, hollyhocks, sage, but it was the white clover that it liked the most. Sometimes it stood very still in the air with only its wings vibrating. It glistened in the sun. In the end, I lost sight of it. .
So much has happened to me recently. A lot has changed. Some of it has to do with the global change we are all experiencing at the moment. Others are happening on a personal level.
At some point, you look around and realise that a lot of things are no longer the way they used to be and some things no longer fit. Some things may just have to be moved to a new place. Others may be allowed to let go. And still others may want to transform into something new.
To find out what is what and what belongs where now, a zero-point is perfect.
Zero-point is the point at which the acceleration subsides, the world slows down again, and one can feel the ground under one’ s feet again and finally take a breath. One finds some quiet and space to take in different perspectives, to evaluate, to see at all, first of all.
I could really use that right now.
. Maybe it is a bit like Zen: One aims very mindfully at nothingness. .
Have you ever been at such a zero-point? How do you perceive it and how do you deal with it? Are you ready to shine a bright light of awareness on the path of beingness, today? Much Love, Steffi