Two Worlds

From Timeless Productions by David Blonski

Imagine there are two worlds, and for some there is the knowing of many more, though for now just an imagination of two worlds will do. One of these worlds we often find our self in and the other a place we know exists. Some may long for it, some might deny it and some just might make it up differently each day. For some it might be seen as the reality of the border of the labyrinth or the path.

Be great in your imagination and consider the way in which we live, are we some days taking the journey of the border or is it indeed of the path? Reason to question this is in how we might know our daily reality. Maybe it is just a day and then it might be months or years of seeing the world in a specific way. Awakening daily to a world of trials or a world of triumph. We can all speak about this with much more ease than actually living it. That is until we begin to walk in the world as if we had a choice and a conscious awareness of how we carried ourselves and what we believed about our current existence.

Spiral Labyirnth on the Solovetsky islands in Russia

Spiral Labyirnth on the Solovetsky islands in Russia
Photo credits One Ball Media

This thought occurred on the labyrinth today about the steps taken and are they in the consciousness of abundance or scarcity? From a deeper perspective if one were to not only think it, but go to a place of believing it they might return to the childhood state where anything seemed possible. In the imagination of childhood one returns to a place of simplicity where the world is as big as they can imagine it to be. In that world the eyes grow bigger and brighter and the body begins to hum with an exciting vibration and manifestation becomes easy.

Of course we could walk with the woe we know and be immersed in figuring out the day ahead or behind us solving it like a puzzle where the piece has to fit and logic must rule the way. Life of course presents us with choices and it occurs that IF we were to consider that each day we walk the path, that it might indeed be the border or what if it were flipped and we walked the side seldom seen?

And at the end of the day, we did not dismiss the wild eyed wonder of imagination, yet returned to it the next day. What if….

“Labyrinths are images of snakes guarding the entrance to the other world”
Vladimir Burov Psychologist

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