Perceiving the Peace
The substratum of this experience of life is stillness. It is this “no-thing” within which our experience of things rise and fall. It is the single changeless constant. Unwavering. Unconditional. Enduring.
Perceived stillness is interpreted as peace.
When our attention is rooted in things, our experience of peace wavers. Stillness is unaffected by our inability to experience peace.
When our intention is rooted in stillness, our experience of peace steadies. Whatever waves rise and fall on the surface of life, the depth of our experience of peace becomes a changeless constant. Unwavering. Unconditional. Enduring.