Within Silence

May 19, 2016 at 7:54 am Leave a comment


Silence is understood by many as a state in which there is an absence of any physical sound. From a spiritual perspective there is far more to it than that.

If I can stop for a few moments and become quiet – dis-engage from my physically senses and move away from the need to think or feel, I will find myself moving towards stillness. There is a natural detachment from all that is around me, the people, the things and the stories.

Although in this stillness it would seem that we are not ‘doing anything’, the wonder is that this stillness leads us into silence – which attracts the soul like a magnet. Silence is the doorway through which the soul experience many deep, rich and timeless experiences.

In silence I begin to experience the connection of the self, myself, with eternity and ultimately my connection with the Supreme.

Oh the wonder of silence!


Om Shanti

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