An ancient practice of greeting the window to the other worlds! The Catholics have vigilence at 3am, all mystic traditions have a practice for the change from darkness to light...I've missed the last few days and it is time to go back and live and breath, and love-cleanse the hurst and vulgaities of the flesh and ego...Kinda funny but the name vigilence sounds like the Catholics were not interested in going to other worlds but keeping them out (haven't researched this yet) while saad-na is used to get there from here-so to speak..
Date: 1/19/2006 7:49:09 PM ( 15 y ) ... viewed 2494 times
Pronounced Saad na
We wake up and find sadhana
We can wake up forever (Or it feels that way at least) or for a
Some days we don't wake up. And that's ok too.
Most days we get up,
Some days we feel lazy, and on others energetic,
Able to conquer the world or at least our own ego.
And some days we just survive because we awoke and said "Sat Nam"
Life within sadhana is like that.
If we get up, we have made a deposit in our spiritual bank account
Some days we accrue interest
On others we make a withdrawal
As with the breath, the more we take, Lao Tzu said, the more there is!
That sadhana is eternal
and our perceptions of it, cosmic
The experience universal
The life, the waking hours are but clues
Sadhana is the known mystery
And itself the solution
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