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Lions Roar : July 2008
SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2008 35 play of colors and forms comes back to the same place—to dark, which is always the same, except to the person who is her- self moving through it, and so always sees it a little bit differently. The skies are high and warm and bril- liant in the autumn, even in early Decem- ber; the parks are full of gold and yellow and scarlet. The warmth is deceiving, and yet everything is deceiving, because it’s all contradicted by everything else around it. The season cannot be quite as renewed and buoyant as the skies suggest; you can feel the sting of cold in the air. And yet it can’t be as elegiac as you suppose either, because the leaves are giving off their richest, most generous colors as they fall. You don’t know whether to feel happy or sad, which means that it’s a choice, in part—and besides, the seasons will keep turning, the colors will keep flaring, the branches will soon be bare again, and ev- eryone will be covered up, whether you want them to be or not. It doesn’t have anything to do with you. The writer sits at his desk and sees his own mutability reflected back to him. He even sees a beauty that, he has to concede, is in him and is not. The world is objectively full of life and richness, and yet he—as his long hours and days of sitting still have taught him—has to be rightly attuned to see it. Everything is changing within and without. It’s up to him to see what doesn’t change, in or behind his moods, and that his great partner, who wakes up on the right side of the bed every day, and calls herself the World (or Reality, or something less pretentious, with no capital letters at all) is in the same position. The writer watches his own moods, and sees how much he cannot trust. He goes out to the park across the street, and sees the beauty of the world’s moods, which will change before the evening comes. Nothing really has to be held on to, he sees, and yet—as the spring has taught him—therein lies its preciousness. He goes back to his desk and writes it all down—and there, at least for today, sits something he can trust, which outlasts the constant shifting until tomorrow. ♦ W Whheenn Y Yoouu’’vvee M Maasstteerreedd EEvveerr yytthhiinngg FFrroom m RReeiikkii ttoo RReeff llee xxoolologg yy,, W Whher eree D Doo YYoouu G Goo NNeexxtt?? It’s a real dilemma. You’ve completed a few courses. Dabbled in one or two more. Maybe gone full circle on the workshop tour. And the longing to know more and be more is just as strong. Now what? Take a quantum leap into Brennan Healing Science. Learn not only to read the Human Energy Field but be able to identify and heal the distor tions that lead to disease. Use High Sense Perception to track and guide the flows of energy and to access vital information. Perform some of the most advanced healing techniques known. And much more. The four-year par t-time professional training program is also an incredible journey of self-discover y. Many students come for that alone. Other s arrive with no experience of any healing modality, yet leave as amazing healers. Take the oppor tunity to learn directly from Dr. Barbara Brennan, the former NASA scientist and best-selling author who pioneered modern energy healing. Go to our website and request your free copy of our DVD, Becoming a Healer. Or just call our friendly folk in the office. ® 800.924.2564 www.barbarabrennan.com 500 N.E. Spanish River Boulevard Suite 108 • Boca Raton, FL 33431-4559 BARBARA BRENNAN SCHOOL OF HEALING® JULY 18-39.indd 35 JULY 18-39.indd 35 4/25/08 11:57:03 AM 4/25/08 11:57:03 AM