Tag Archives: Imagination

Guided Visualization Meditation: Open The Magic Book – It Will Answer Your Questions

This meditation will help you get in touch with your inner wisdom. That inner wisdom can be found in your DNA, heart or it can be shown to you through your spirit guides, higher self etc. At the end of the day, it’s all you. It’s also your responsability to know what to do with the information you are receiving.

Sometimes we can find answers easily, as most of our answers lie within. Sometimes answers don’t come easily and that’s because they are not meant to. Answers are revealed at the right time. If you don’t get the answers to your questions through this meditation, don’t be disappointed. Ask the question, the answer will come at the perfect time for you.

Thank you for reading and watching,

Love and Light,

Eddie

Never Known: Poem from Elliott King

Never Known

Go to a place you’ve never been.
Be a thing you’ve never known.
And soon comforts will sneak up on you you never since noticed. They have a way about them, this stroll, how it nonchalantly passes by.
And those hands.
How they climb, and point! Look at that fold in the fabric!
How mystifying, how mysterious, how ordinary.
I’ve never seen anything quite like that.
Movements carry you and your body to enchanted spaces, moss grows carefully, birds chirp wildly, and our picnic basket swings majestically into never known.

Thank you for reading,

Love and Light,

Elliot King

Image by Andrea Andrade

You Won’t Know: Poem from Elliott King

You Won’t Know

If you do not allow the diversity of what you pine for so effortlessly, living what you enjoy will be a struggle. Let the ladybugs be noticed as they dart from flower to flower. Admire those roses along the path. The honeybee doesn’t just buzz for himself. Listen to the creaks and crooks of an old lived- in home, the wood stretching tired, old and worn. Can you see the dust floating in the light? It dances like galaxies miniature beyond grasping? As soon as you do reach out to caress the particles they flee in an apparent lofty weightlessness. Do you notice the bird song in every smoggy city, how they continue to praise nature joyously? Or how about the rustle of muskrats in the wheat field? When you go about your day, and come to appreciate these things, then there will be sunshine in your heart, a skip in your stroll, a smile in your eyes, and a chuckle in your soul. And trust me, when it happens. You won’t know.

Thank you for reading,

Love and Light,

Elliot King