01 September 2008
Insperience I AM
Today was/is a beautifully radiant day. Slow and easy as I enjoyed, with my children, the last official (if not technically speaking) day of summer.
Sat out in the garden on my blanket and beach chair enjoying the fresh grass, bumble bees, fuschia and red zinnias still blooming while reading a good book- Tree of Life Meditation System by Ra Un Nefer Amen.
I then did some much needed dusting in the living room, dabbled with the dishes, the battle of never ending laundry and a pit stop at the local grocery store to stock up on weekly staples. See, each and every day I pack my children's lunch for school as there is no kasher lunch plan besides my homemade is healthier. ;-)
I did enjoy watching a few episodes of MONK and just a half of one of Star Trek:TNG. Gotta love those all day television series marathons.
Dinner was pulled off without a hitch. Some fresh local Romaine and Green Leaf lettuce, chopped beets, zucchini, fresh from my own little farm tomatoes and homemade salad dressing. Okay, I may as well detail the dressing: EV olive oil, hot curry powder, tamari sauce, a pinch of cane sugar, fresh lemon juice and a dash of water.
It was the soup that helped my eldest boy feel his best! For some reason today he was feeling under the weather, perhaps a little to hot in his upper bunk bed during his nap time. But after the Adzuki bean soup that I made with love for him he is feeling a bit better.
I've enjoyed the two chapters that I have read thus far from T.O.L.M. It is from this reading that I have for the first time encountered the word insperience.
How beautiful and so deeply meaningful is this word insperience which is counter to the so much sought after and Webster defined experience.
Can you feel it? Can you insperience it's meaning, it's being.
I find it profound indeed.
This word is a useful term to almost describe what happens deep within ones being. It is indeed the being still and knowing.
Generally we are all seeking to experience. We experience hot or cold. We experience relationships and going.
How oft do we consider what we insperience.
Experience can be defined and quantified, grasped and dissected.
What of insperience?
It is that infinite state of which words can not describe?
It can not be bought, traded, sold or categorized.
Be still and know that I AM...within which you may begin your insperience...after that...there are no words.