That Feeling

That Feeling

Photo : Manish Doshi

Thoughts : Creating this quote image was a blissful and fulfilling time spent.
The mind was very silent yet there was this urge to share with you.
And give words to how that silence felt. That is how the following came up …

When the mind wanders
And rests at the same time

They are the kind of moments
Where solitude and silence are present

Even when there are people around
And life continues from one day into the other

There is so much clearing within & a lot of awareness
The urge to say anything seems very less

Just like how your gaze and your mind wanders
Through those mountains, valleys and endless skies
Yet there is a stillness in mind that fills the eyes …

I love the feeling
When the mind wanders
And rests at the same time

This post is a contribution to ForgivingFridays of ForgivingConnects. Debbie Roth truly leads our way to clear our mind space through the practice of forgiving.

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83 thoughts on “That Feeling

  1. Very beautiful! This poem instantly made me think of contentment and a feeling where you’re so happy, thoughts are bubbling and yet you don’t have the stress to analyse or let them wander too far. Just reading this gave me a feeling of calm. Thank you for sharing. πŸ™‚

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    • I am so delighted that we could use these words to travel to the town of bliss from where we are, and yet just be where we are 😊 I am so happy that you visited, knowing that you read and used my words in some way, fills my heart with absolute joy! Thank you my friend. Much Love.

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  2. It is quite a beautiful state, the mind wanders and rests at the same time.

    In deep comtemplation, becoming wiser in silence, observing restfuly as the world goes by, the rush of people but inside i am still, deep in silence , wondering how did i get to this deep peace . My eye might wander at the rush, and wander why the rush, but with quiet maturity i am at rest a rest like no other as i grown wiser …finally wiser and more peaceful

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  3. Making my way back there, dear friend. All the shocks and the horrors of the past few weeks are beginning to heal. Tomorrow I intend to go out with my camera. Oh for the JOY!!! I LOVED this post!!! Thank you from the bottom of my Heart!! πŸ¦‹

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  4. Oh Pragalbha!!! I love your poem. It’s powerful insight into the experience of stillness when we clear out the mind through forgiveness. Thank you, thank you for sharing this for #ForgivingFridays. I’m posting shortly and will include it. You are a beautiful writer and presence of Light here on WordPress. ❀ Blessings to you and your sons.
    ~Debbie

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