OASIS SP, NM—Last night’s episode of Nature was about whales, and the last segment was about blue whales, the largest mammals on the planet.
Image: A huge blue whale arching downward, its tail rising high above the water as it dives deep into the ocean depths.
Image: A huge school of krill, tiny shrimp-like creatures, minding their own business, their red eyes looking outward into their watery world.
Image: The diving blue whale’s mouth opening and its gut expanding as it sucks in thousands of krill to their deaths.
One moment, She is looking out through the eyes of a tiny krill. The next moment, She is released from Her host as the krill’s body dies.
She is freed to take on a new life.
Bodies die—but Souls never do.
She is krill-consciousness.
She is whale-consciousness.
She is tree-consciousness.
She is you-consciousness.
She is Soul-consciousness.
Yesterday, I saw a bird, sitting on a fence post, chirping cheerfully to the vast blue sky. As I turned, I caught a glimpse of myself in the rearview mirror.
I was smiling.
And I suddenly realized my heart was filled with joy.
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