At the age of one month a baby can see shadows. At four months old they begin to see colors. My question is, what does it mean to see? We can approach it from a literal standpoint or go a little deeper. The Merriam Webster dictionary has numerous meanings for “see.” If you really go deep, I would ask you what does it mean “to see” to you?
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How difficult it might be at times to express yourself verbally to the outside world? It is hard to find the right words at times, so people might understand a bit more. About your own process and how this is being reflected into the outside world. Sometimes people see what is going on, other times they are to self-absorbed to witness.
“A wise teacher once told me that when you take on your service as a lightworker, it’s not handed to you in a package. Part of our service is to create the path that we and those we are here to serve can walk, to get to where we need to go.” . You can listen to an audio version of this article, look further Down.
Our mother passed from the physical world on Thanksgiving Day, of 2009. At that time, the responsibility of caring for the family home and all its assets, fell upon the shoulders of my sister, as she was legally in charge of the estate. It was a lot of hard work which my brother and I respected. This made her job that much easier.
To see is to gaze past the obvious. What is in our field of vision is not what is always there before our eyes. In yoga, there is the term, “Drishti” – a focused concentrated vision allowing us to really see the world as it truly is. It brings the world into clarity. There are so many distractions both visually and mentally, that we often miss the intricate and beautiful design of the universe. Think of snowflakes, leaves, how the grass rolls in a hay field on a windy day, the curl of waves breaking upon the shore and other visual pictures that are sometimes taken for granted.