Thursday, March 27, 2008

Klaus Bohn-Trees in Motion


Life is made up by motion and emotion! As we rush through our day-life we become involved with the speed of life and try to increase this ever changing experience of movement and feeling of our hearts deep desire. Progress is our perception of reality, what we feel and think and see before us…

There is the unknown and we perceive it with our imagination; fear-flight, like a blur of reality, perception. Then there are the known, our experience of the real; because we have see it, handled it, smelled it, tasted it, heard it. Exercised by our five senses the common denominator in our reality, we trust in.

Let us examine our emotion of fear, study the image as if you where running away with the forest in motion but in reality we are in motion with our bodies moving and our minds blurring reality because of fear-not real-or perceived.

Look to the top and it seems as if spirits or other world being are flying through the air above and keeping pace with us to win the race to the place of what is unknown to us. A semblance of reality because we know trees are real and they don’t move and yet there is this motion this emotion stirring up from within our figment of our minds the part that allows us to imagine, dream, dreams beyond reality or that which has not yet been discovered in our real world. Real because we can physically get involved with what we see natural not just with the mind but with our naked eyes-Hurry!

I have walked this path so many times over the years and yet I missed this excitement-fills my mind to dream other possibilities which have not been seen before by me. How much I miss how empty my life must be, because of what I am not aware of and consequently will never know.

To think the thoughts that would keep my imagination a flame; burning with anticipation, open to the unreal the sublime dimensions beyond the boring, unlearnt, how it has always been seen. No a revelation of the spirit world that lies (lays) beyond death to be experienced in this dimension…

OH! How, little we know and yet there is so much to be discovered here and now I feel like a little boy on a man’s errand. May we be given an increase to our burning desire to know to find out to go beyond and back…
By Klaus Bohn

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