Our Greater Purpose becomes more clear through practicing meditation. – Violet
There is a rover on Mars named Curiosity.
Though the machine is not conscious as far as we know, it wanders uncharted territory with a purpose.
If it somehow evolved some sort of self-awareness, would it recognize how significant its purpose is? Would it know that it is being guided by a magnificent being; a Divine Hand, somewhere out in the vast Universe?
It would probably never ever see its Creators, but continue communicating with what it understands to be a Source.
With no Earth-like distractions on Mars, only quiet and essentially ‘nothingness’ exists. Our connection over a great distance is obvious, reciprocating, intentional, and miraculous. We acknowledge our existence as a significant part of a Great Work.
In meditation, we connect with our purpose. We explore. We hear messages meant for us; meant to steer and guide us through all of the terrain we will face throughout our experiences. There is an understanding that we are all connected and we reciprocate with a Source. We also remember that we are being guided by this Source to live with purpose and to be of service.
Peace and quiet and oneness with Nature is grounding. We gain a sense of freedom and the courage to explore. Consequently, being at peace and on purpose is the constant state of existence for the Curiosity Rover on Mars.
For us here on Earth, meditation is essential to keeping alignment with our greater purpose. As a result, inner peace, quiet and oneness we experience generates good health to all of our levels of being; mind, body and spirit.
Would Curiosity know when it turns its camera to a look at star in the sky called Earth, that the twinkling dot out there is the home of 7 billion humans? When you see Mars twinkling in the Heavens do you know that an extension of the best of ourselves lives with purpose to be in service, and is also communicating to us about exploring and learning new things?
Which end of the connection is the Source when we need each other to keep the connection flowing?
Since meditation offers so much, why not meditate?
Namaste my friends,