I seek the solace of my own soul's company.
I seek the low-down quiet space inside, where I do not need to travel on pilgrimage, to a holy well, to a grotto or sacred spot with ancient memories of saints and goddesses.
I make my soul journey the passage from outside to within, in silence.
Curtains closed, I contemplate the life force moving, breathing me, allowing me breath.
Lao Tzu says this:
Without going out of my door
I know what the countryside is like.
Without glancing out of my window
I know the colour of the sky.
The farther you travel,
the less you know.
If you are wise,
you can arrive without going,
see without looking,
do everything while you are doing
Susan Albert, after Lao Tzu
I found this place within with the help of my teacher.
hear more about his teaching at www.wordsofpeace.ca