So I was sitting on my balcony with my invisible friend and my alter-ego, Harold, when it hits me, our non-physical self can easily be compared and explained in simpler terms by using the four seasons or even a day.
When our lives are in order and all is well we are bathing in our Light of day. Just as a sunny day can hide a sun shower, so can a bright day in our lives. There is always that one thing still nibbling at you. When you have conquered how to rectify this then you have true sunny days.
When we allow ourselves to be swallowed by the dark and lay down in remission we are lost in the Gloom of the night. Everyone of us have or had depressive moments that just could not be avoided. If one lays down on their couch and wallows in the despair, they will surely be lost to the shadows of misery. It is possible to train your mind that depressive thoughts are only that, ‘depressive thought’. – and my dear friend thoughts are easily dealt with in a suitable manner. The only necessity is that you learn and train yourself to do so in the most constructive and healthiest way.
As our body grows through various stages from infant to adult, so does our non-physical being. The infantile stage is our Spring. Fresh smelling and rapid healthy growth. Pre-teen becomes our summer – fun and games within our mind and sunshine and friendships with our physical selves. Teenage years are the Autumn, stormy, emotional upheavals and confusion. Hormones dancing through our cerebellum at exciting rates. And alas, our spiritual and physical adulthood become the Winter. We chill in the delight of its cold embrace and take comfort in knowing that we have reached the peak of growing …… we understand the wisdom’s of our years and our brain now knows how to use them.
I am just saying…………………….