This is an experiment.
These are my thoughts.
This is unfiltered.
Endless being in a second of rest.
But how to find these?
How to recognize these?
Without planning, organizing, structuring?
How to let yourself fall?
Have you ever tried to stop time? Have you ever tried someone, who is important to you, to get him or her in a timeless second of all our hectic hours and a little closer to his own just through your words? The compactness of a second, of silence and thoughtlessness, can be as voluminous as the transience of the moment when we catch sight of endless valleys from the train window before being taken from the next tunnel or the next wall. Still, it was there and could be more moving than all the other 86.399 seconds of our day.
Did you find that one second, that wonderful, inspiring, infinite second: I call that second: Drifting in the Void
One second, what is she able to do. One second, what is she among all the others? One second, what could she do against all the other minutes and hours of planning, worry, structure, and discussion? What can be such a small period, if it has to stand up against so much longer?
Where can this second take place? When do I have the time and what do I expect from it?
Enough questioning. What do I want to ask you about?
One second is nothing. A nothing in which you can lose yourself. A nothing which you can let be much more than that. A nothing from which one can learn as much as whole day hardly can. Do not reject the second, do not ask yourself what it should help you and do not tell you it would not be worth it.
Turn your thoughts, which will first of all get you in the head. Tell me, what have I got to lose? Tell yourself, if you can not even take a second for something or nothing, then for what else? When to come to rest, when to find yourself, when just to be, without taking in, without appreciating, judging, thinking, consuming, just being and let pass what should happen.
If you do not even give one second the chance, what time and what moment then?
What can happen in that second, you ask yourself?
Little digression: expectations. Do not expect anything. Do not expect that you are enlightened afterwards, do not expect the time afterwards to be wasted on you. Do not expect anything.
Imagine a bus trip. Planned is a drive of one hour. Diverting takes two hours to drive — you’re angry, mad, frustrated, and get more restless with every passing minute. The ride is terrible for you.
Imagine the bus trip and it should take three hours, but in the end only takes two hours, because the route was faster than planned. Are you not happier with every minute you save and get off the bus with much joy and enjoy the extra time?
Both journeys last exactly two hours — but feel completely different. How about instead, if you imagine, the ride lasts exactly as long as it is just right for you at this point in your life? What do you think about how you would spend the two hours and how they would feel for you?
Back to our second: Do not try to pin a result to the second. As the second passes, try not to let it guide you the way you’ve imagined. She will not do it. Not everything has to last for our benefit, profit or added value. The most moving moments and situations that change us the most are usuall1y those we did not expect and that we would never have come to see.
So think of the moment, the instant, remember that this is all about exactly this moment and not the one after or before. Live it, enjoy it, see it — only this way you can create the best moments of your life and you never know if you will ever have the chance to get back to this moment again.
Is not it worth it to enjoy it to the fullest and let it be easy without destroying it with thoughts for which you still have enough time afterwards? For example, if you can ever experience this moment again.
“How could you have ever known this moment if you did not even enjoy it the first time with the fullest of yourself?“
Do you have a second of your time?
Do you have more seconds left after the first one has passed?
Sit down. Let yourself fall, let your muscles fall, let your tension drop, let your eyelids fall, let your thoughts fall. Be alone or with whomever you feel most comfortable in the quietest seconds.
Let it get dark.
Let the light fade away, let the thoughts pass by. Get used to every sound of your ears, what is there. Let it sound, let it be loud, let it be quiet. Let all sounds become part of you and accept them in your peace. Feel how you lose yourself in your inner world. Do not care where you are right now. Let yourself become the center and everything that matters.
Feel the air, feel the movement. You feel restlessness, fear, respect for calm and the lack of constant input? Just let that pass and find your way back to your dark center.
Where are you? What is where you are? In what void are you drifting around?
Lights and charms pierce your eyelids and form unimaginable on your inner screen. Touches, warmth, cold and supple fabrics will hold you, give you a base and give you confidence. Hear.
Listen to soft music, hear the world, the animals, the city, the light, the air — all there is around you is your music for your inner play.
Let yourself drift in the dark emptiness, which is slowly becoming more and more colorful and full. By being mere and the slow falling away of all everyday thoughts and concerns, you find yourself in a place where is only one thing: you.
You in your purest form, you without blocking or inhibiting thoughts, you in your midst, your inner peace and in your very own harmonious basic form. Wherever you were before that second, why ever you give a little confidence to that second and try, forget all that and just let it escape for a few seconds.
From a conscious second to yourself, you can draw so much more than from all the distracted and controlled moments of your day. How many things do we believe then and when to care? Wash, clean, restore, renew. Why do not we do that more often with our most valuable and fragile possessions? Our soul, our spirit, our ego?
Let that second become more, let it be 10, let it be 500, let it be 1000. No matter, allow yourself, from time to time, just to take a break from the hectic and endless laps of our lives.
She can make you happier, she can make you see something insignificant, she can give you advice, she can relax and inspire you. To do so much, you just have to do one thing:
Sit or lie down …
Listen to your surroundings …
Watch the spectacle in front of your closed eyes …
Be free . . .
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