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The gods walked among us

Blow gently on your divine spark to burn brightly once again with a wide smile of knowing so that you can live in freedom and pure happiness.

Once, we needed no intermediaries

such as priests and shamans,

gurus and masters,

to connect us to the mystical or

invisible world.

Once, there were no temples,

mosques or churches,

no rituals or prayers because 

the sacred was running through our veins,

present in every moment of everyday life.

We were the original indestructible

witnesses.

Once, we were all highly spiritually evolved,

the visible and the invisible were one,

and gods and buddhas walked among us.

We lived in full awe of the universe and

cherished the essence of love and light

we had been entrusted to bring into the visual world.

Each human has the potential to be that

god or buddha, that master or guru once again.  

We can rekindle that awe of the planet and

cherishing of our special mission to convey

love and light in every moment of our

human appearance.

Blow gently on your divine spark

to burn brightly once again

with a wide smile of knowing

so that you can live in freedom

and pure happiness. 

Images courtesy of megapyxl.com: Header: Heart care – https://www.megapixl.com/nexusplexus-stock-images-videos-portfolio; Asia Landscape Painting – https://www.megapixl.com/rolffimages-stock-images-videos-portfolio.

Images 3 and 4 the beautiful art of Mariko Kinoshita

By FlourishWrite Consult

Writer living in Japan.
specialisms: mainstream and alternative health and medical science; well-being; meditation & re-education techniques; healing and herbalism

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