The Fluttering Of A Butterfly's Wings
Butterflies Inspire Our Imagination
The metamorphose from wiggly caterpillar to cocoon to "flying flower" enchants us.
Butterflies flit about our gardens, sipping from flower centers, in the intricate dance of pollination.
Is that a smoldering tango that we see between butterfly and flower? Or an airy waltz?
Our hearts smile as we watch a butterfly's crooked flight path on the warm air. These tiny creatures fill our sense of sight, but what if we could perceive them at a micro-cosmos level?
What if we could actually hear their feathered wings in flight, beating upon the air, just as we can hear a bird's wings?
What if we could hear the siren song of a flower as it calls, coaxing the butterfly to take a delicate sip?
What a melodious mini-duet that would be.
A Butterfly In Your Radiant Hand
To enjoy a butterfly, stomping and yelling are not terribly effective. Rather, focus on moving gently or holding still. "BE the flower," I can hear the Zen teacher intoning.
Imagine yourself sitting in a meditation. You radiate such stillness and peace that even a butterfly feels safe to rest gently in your Radiant Hand – like the first image above.
You may not actually have butterflies landing in your hand (although you never know), yet this is a lovely image for our meditations. It supports us to remember the energy of stillness and goodwill to all creatures of this Earth.
Butterfly Spiral In Your Heart
In this artwork a thread comes from another level and then turns in a counterclockwise spiral within the heart – imagery that reminds me how The Radiance Technique® (TRT®) gives us access to universal energy. The use of TRT® hands-on allows us to go deeper, to become more aware of the loving energy in our hearts and in existence.
You always access harmless energy with the use of TRT® hands-on and when directing energy as taught in The Second Degree of The Radiance Technique®.
With the use of TRT®, we launch on a discovery journey.
Stillness Within Us
Exploring the energy of stillness we see that it can be found within us. The world spins ever faster, we, ourselves, are running madly sometimes, yet this stillness continues to bear silent witness.
Are we aware of it?