The question you’ve refused to ask ~

The question you've refused to ask ~

Turn sideways into the light as they say the old ones did and disappear into the originality of it all. Be impatient with explanations and discipline the mind not to begin questions it cannot answer. Walk the green road above the bay and the low glinting fields toward the evening sun. Let that Atlantic gleam be ahead of you and the gray light of the bay below you, until you catch, down on your left, the break in the wall, for just above in the shadow you’ll find it hidden, a curved arm of rock holding the water close to the mountain, a just-lit surface smoothing a scattering of coins, and in the niche above, notes to the dead and supplications for those who still live. Now you are alone with the transfiguration and ask no healing for your own but look down as if looking through time, as if through a rent veil from the other side of the question you’ve refused to ask, and remember how as a child your arms could rise and your palms turn out to bless the world. ~ David Whyte ~

As Parzival approaching the Grail was left wandering with his question…
May we Rise today into the Light with this Solstice…

Approaching ourselves. Complete. Now.

Time to hear: “What Ails You?”

Before the sword. Beyond the skies. Presence.


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