The Power of Silence

Our ability to listen deeply to what other people say, and don’t say, is incredibly important for us to be able to enjoy high quality personal and professional relationships.

And … there is more we can listen to.

I was walking in the forest close to my home when I stopped to listen deeply to the delightful picture-postcard stream that runs through the valley.

These words emerged from the silence I felt when I deeply listened to the stream:

Silence is everywhere …
  • In the babbling stream, in which we can hear silence
  • In the wind for the gift of silence is in its touch
  • In the song of birds for they sing from silence
  • In our bodies, if we listen to their silently felt wisdom

 

When we simply stop, relax and listen deeply, our attention becomes enthralled by what we are listening to. And in that enthrallment we may forget to listen to our incessent thinking, thinking, thinking …

And that is how we can unveil the creative power of the silence that lives within us all.

When thought clouds dissipate, silent insights emerge


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May you enjoy increasing clarity, calm and abundant well-being,

Leo

 

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