Soul light.

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Have we mentioned the soul yet? Perhaps not. The word soul derives from the Gothic saiwala and the Old German saiwalo, both meanings speak of origins; it is also connected etymologically with the greek aiolos, which means ‘quick moving,’ ‘twinkling,’ or iridescent,’ and with the latin anima, meaning ‘wind.’ Breath, source, and light: we’ve certainly mentioned those!

Deepak Chopra has a lovely explanation of the soul, “The soul is the core of your being. It is eternal. It doesn’t exist in space-time. It is a field of infinite possibilities, of infinite creativity. It is your internal reference point with which you should always be in touch.”

Today, we reach for the twinkling, iridescent aspect of ourselves; the soul.

 

Downloadable Podcast: Luminous Perception – Day 1

 


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