Seeing With My Heart
As I sit here, I see the beauty of the majestic snow-capped mountains.
I have seen them many times before.
For that I am grateful.
This time I see them differently.
Because I am different.
My mind has more clarity.
My mind has more peace.
As beautiful as the mountains are, I don’t need to see them to be happy.
I can simply close my eyes and be in the presence of the mountains.
This mind is a beautiful gift, but often times wasted.
For many years I have focused on everything except my mind.
I have limited myself.
My mind can be anywhere, everywhere and nowhere.
My mind can think beautiful thoughts.
My mind can think ugly thoughts.
What do I want to see?
How do I want to see?
How do I want to see myself?
How do I want to see you?
How do I want to see this world I live in?
That is up to my mind.
I will always appreciate the feeling that seeing snow-capped mountains gives me.
The gift I have been shown is that I don’t need to see mountains to feel that way.
I can simply tap into my spirit and feel that freedom and aliveness deep within.
It is always there for me to experience.
I get to be aware of Spirit that is breathing me.
That is bliss.
That is aliveness.
That is the beauty of seeing with my heart.