Imagine walking alone in the park on a quiet Fall day, the sun mildly warming your skin, the crisp air reminding you of your aliveness. Suddenly you get sense of time standing still. You pause, noticing a silence, a hush, a peacefulness. An ease envelopes your body, a knowing, a feeling of having been in this moment before. You feel deeply connected. Indeed, this present moment experience, where the past, present, future exist simultaneously is an interconnectedness. Some call these junctures “God moments.” It’s a feeling of oneness, an interdependence of being and not being, knowing and not knowing, the Yin and Yang.

This state, feeling, experience, is a loving one. It’s an emptying of the mind, a suspension of judgement, opinions, and beliefs. No mind, no fear, no anxiety, no problems. If only for a few fleeting moments, we are in that space of now. In

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    • Michele Houston

    • 2 years ago

    Thank you Carl for this beautiful post. It really resonates with me lately. I find myself reflecting on these types of feeling in the morning when the sun hasn’t really risen and I can have quiet thoughts and energy. Thanks for this insight and inspiration as always.

    1. Hi Michele, Thank you for reading the post and for the reply. Always happy to hear from you, and I appreciate your thoughtful responses. Glad you found it helpfuL.

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