As you exhale; watch your breath. Watch it even though, of course, you cannot ‘see’ it. Watch it move out of your body into the wide space of not you that surrounds your body; watch it swirl into oneness with that space, that airy emptiness that is not empty at all – that air that is boundless, just as you are, and swirling with life, with light, with love.
Imagine that as you inhale and exhale the air – and the life – around you; the air and the life is also inhaling and exhaling you.
Imagine that as you breathe, life is breathing you.
Love is breathing you.
So is light.
You are part of a vast and interconnected universe; a wholeness that is not a conceptual wholeness – not a poetic metaphor to convey some sort of spiritual truth – but is in fact, a fact.
We are all energy. Albert Einstein said it. Physicist Max Planck said it while accepting the Nobel Prize for his work in atomic energy. Lynn McTaggart says it… and so beautifully in, The Field.
It’s all energy
Every breath that you take, energy – and that energy is made of smaller bits of energy, all of it breathing, moving, swirling into and out of form. Every particle of air, of light, of life is a tiny universe; and each of those universes, breathing.
Now imagine that you’r standing beneath a crystal clear canopy of stars and that every cell of your body is breathing, drinking in, their light.
You, breathing starlight. And each of those stars, millions of them, also, breathing you.
What would change if this were true? How would you live? How would you think? How would you love? How would you breathe, knowing that you are life, love, light breathing – and that all of life, love and light is, also, breathing you?