Connection is what we all seek like rivers seek the ocean.
It is natural, inevitable.
Only, for some, there is less momentum and there are more obstacles. Nonetheless, we flow in one direction—to the Source. The more we make that connection—these transcendent moments—the more its effect is sustained in our daily lives.
The ancients said it this way—“as above, so below.” We create change in the material world by affecting change in the spiritual. How can we do this? There are a thousand paths. Mine includes a daily “walk ‘n’ talk”—a meditation/prayer that I chant silently as I walk. I also read, write, meditate, and pray. perform mitzvot. listen to Pavarotti as I drive down Route 1. quietly contemplate the stars as I lie in the hot tub.
The key—to create spaces or create anything... re-create co-create pro-create or cease to create— Lots of options.
The sages ask—Where is God? They answer—where people let God in.
May you create spaces in your life that elevate you from the mundane, and transport you to angelic heights, that transform your soul.
May your connection to Source continually grow and feed greater connection to your own essence and to the essence of others.