Dualistic Magic

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Dustin O’Halloran

I love the magic of a moonlit night, especially this one with storm clouds in the sky, and the wind blowing slightly in a breeze playing my wind chimes to perfection. I stage this night in advance and then just wait for it to happen. Sure enough it does and I am never disappointed. A backyard that when I first laid eyes on, I thought was hideous, is now an enchanted garden full of fairies and magic. This is not fiction it is my mind and imaging yet believing.  Sometimes, like tonight I weep. I weep in joy and bliss of the wonders I see and feel. I don’t think that you can put bliss into words? You can try to. I have experienced at least three occasions of prolonged bliss just sitting in my garden, and sometimes in the day as well. I love my bird friends especially a couple of woodpeckers. I love to observe how they call and stay in contact with each other from trees houses away. I watch the hummingbirds chase each other away, so territorial, and adversarial those guys are. I am enchanted by the butterflies, the trees, but my garden by moonlight changes, and it becomes mystical and enchanting. My garden is my communion with nature, with the elementals, the devas, the sprites, and gnomes. Oh my!

I can hear the whisper of my mind in the gentle darkness of the night. It feels like my soul snuggled in a cosmic womb, comfortable and cool, safe, and at peace. Ananda, ananda, ananda…..

I did weep in bliss and I have before. I feel very blessed.

Sindy Simms

P.S. I accidently reblogged here earlier. I meant it to go to Sindy’s Saturday Satsang, so I cannot reblog it again. I wanted to thank Deep Souldiving, for the introduction to Dustin O’Halloran. See it here.

Also thanks to sweet Aquileana for the award.

Namaste

Sindy

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27 thoughts on “Dualistic Magic

  1. litebeing says:

    Great post Sindy! Very mellow and relaxing. Love Sundays 🙂

  2. Dewin Nefol says:

    Hey Sindy,

    Reading this was a privilege and just perfect for the end of a wonderful evening.

    I found myself curled beneath the foot of one of the separated woodpecker trees catching sunbeams between my fingers and gazing out upon the gentle sway of dancing colours…’I can hear the whisper of my mind in the gentle darkness of the night. It feels like my soul snuggled in a cosmic womb, comfortable and cool, safe, and at peace.’ Such beautiful words flowing from a wonderfully serene retreat. Is it little wonder you sit to enjoy the bliss and serenity of it as you do?

    You know SS, I get the absolute impression that your delightful garden is as much a little slice of heaven that you carry around inside you as it is a nurtured patch of once dry earth. That empty yard has grown to become a reflection of the beauty in your heart and is nothing less than a testament to your determination, hard work and tender loving care. May your garden bloom and blossom for all time.

    Thank you for painting such a wonderful scene for my nightly excursion to the Dream Land of Zzzzzz. Maybe I’ll get to meet you there in the flowered garden as well?

    Sleep well ‘story-writing’ kitty 🙂

    Take care. Namaste

    DN – 29/09/2014

    P.S: I’ve a very good feeling that you’re week will prove most inspiring 🙂

    • Your comments cause my writing to pale in comparison. lol Thanks Dewin, I sure appreciate the accolades. Who wouldn’t? It feels nice to be acknowledged in such a idyllic manner. Not so sure you are unbiased but thank you vey much.

      Namaste
      Sindy

  3. Dewin Nefol says:

    You’re welcome…just saying it the way I see it Sindy 🙂

    DN – 29/09/2014

  4. Magical and enchanting post Sindy, thank you! 🙂

    Namaste,
    ❤ ❤ ❤ NadineMarie ❤ ❤ ❤

  5. Valentina says:

    My backyard garden inspires me too. I look at the food I grow and all the beauty I put in place just from fantasy, no rhyme or reason and feel very blessed.

  6. beingeternal says:

    Soulful and beautiful! The magical thoughts are wonderfully weaved into the blanket of lunar love. Love it.

  7. Cindy, thank you for the honor of being in your garden….it was truly a gentle cleansing for my soul. I love the mystery and magic that dwell there. Namaste. ❤

  8. Aquileana says:

    Beautiful post, Sindy… So joyful, so grateful…
    There are many reasons to be happy, aren’t they?… ❤
    I hope you are having a great day over there.
    Sending you much love, Aquileana 😀
    PS: Also thanks for the mention !

  9. Reblogged this on Sindy's Saturday Satsang and commented:

    From my primary blog. 😀

  10. alohaleya says:

    this makes me really, really, really want a garden.

  11. Wonderful post. I hope to get to know you much better. Hugs, Barbara

  12. Our gardens bring us so many blissful moments Sindy. And both in Day and at night we experience so much joy in just sitting and BEing in natures magic.. Thank you for this wonderful post.. 🙂 Hugs Sue ❤

  13. Very wonderful. You bring light to the world. Hugs, Barbara

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