Spring Moon

“Spring Moon”  |  Anthony Satori

Some nights, when everything is quiet and the air is warm, I go outside and simply experience how the world feels around me.  I allow myself to become fully aware of the stillness, the silence, the way every object becomes transformed from its daylight appearance when it is differently lit by the moon and the stars.  I breathe deeply of the air and allow the moonlight to wash over my eyes.  The expansiveness of the heavens, the soft glow of the objects in my view, the light chill of the night air on my skin, it all feels peaceful and calming to my spirit.  I focus on the beauty and depth of the soft, bluish moonlight, knowing that it is a gentle reflection of the Sun’s rays reaching from behind the shadow of the Earth, traveling millions of miles, bouncing off the surface of the moon, and then arriving, softened but not diminished, exactly where I stand.  It is like a whisper, a quiet reminder that the Sun is still there, still shining, even though I cannot see it, in this moment.  I breathe deeply.  The mystical quality of the moonlight connects me with the still, silent, infinite space within my soul.  I feel the deep echo of millions of years of human ancestry experiencing the same awe and wonder while standing beneath the same night sky, and I become more deeply connected to my humanity.  I feel a deep inner resonance with the Creative Consciousness of the Universe, the Source of all good things, and I become more profoundly connected to my spirituality.  I allow myself to just be, in this moment.  A sense of inner calm and clarity gradually expands from within me, permeating my conscious mind, putting me in touch with my more subtle faculties, and heightening my ability to better perceive the beauty and goodness in everything around me.

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