The vectors of connection

by Agnieszka 13. July 2011 02:36

 

From my point of view, there are two main ways of interacting with the world. First one, reaching to the outside is our extrovert version…full of language, images, sounds, touch, taste, emotions and thoughts. We express, explain, define and show what are we made of…Saying  “Here I am  ...look  at me…that’s what I stand for…I am here…I exist…I have likes and dislikes….I...I…I” Our ego has a leading voice here…establishing the “right to exist” notion, ground we stand on…our identity. At times it is loud, busy, and full of motion and emotions…explaining and connecting with others through our individuality.

The other way to extend ourselves, which could be thought of, as the introvert is very different. We reach deep inside our soul…in stillness and silence to connect with the source and to become the answer of who we are. It’s motionless, free of noise ...and yet very powerful. Our inner self, soul or collective conscious available during meditations or  prayers opens that dimension of understanding and takes us on the remarkable journey …within…with no logic, patterns, thoughts, feelings …but pure moment of now in the time and space…connecting with everything through  invisible web of understanding.

I do believe, we need both sides of “communication” to grow, mature and live in the healthy state. Striking a balance between two seemingly opposite aspects, becomes our lesson in wisdom.

 

 

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The Little Prince

"People where you live," the little prince said, "grow five thousand roses in one garden... yet they don't find what they're looking for..."

"They don't find it," I answered.

"And yet what they're looking for could be found in a single rose, or a little water..."

"Of course," I answered.

And the little prince added, "But eyes are blind. You have to look with the heart."

 

 

 

 

 

 

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