Me: I start thinking about everything I see around me, nature, everything, the city where I live, everything made by human beings, my own body, and what is so natural to see really has such a complexity that I feel amazed, at least for a moment.
AM: the human being naturalizes everything he sees so much that he does not understand how wonderful everything around him is. And everything you see is matter in this third dimension.
Me: I naturalize everything. While I have these moments when I am looking, listening, and using all my senses to experience and feel the beauty of a sunset, of a tree, of a flower, of a bird flying, of very simple things, but so complex at the same time.
AM: you said it. Nothing is simple. Everything carries such complexity that, if every human being really knew and interpreted it, he would be stunned just to become aware of each one of them. And he could not be experiencing his own path.
Me: but I understand it is good to be able to stop the ball a little bit, to relax, to be able to resonate with those little moments, with nature, with the sounds, with all the senses, to know how fortunate we are to have at our disposal the whole environment in which we are living our own paths, on this wonderful planet Earth.
AM; and have much to enjoy, but it is a matter of each one to do it. Everything is possible being coherent with one’s own being, balanced in one’s actions and conscious of the need to take care of the environment where each one lives.
Me: and we return again and again to the need to protect the environment where we live, to help our mother Gaia to maintain the ecosystem in the most balanced way possible, and not to be so selfish to think that taking care only of one’s own little corner will save the world from polluting it and will save us all from continuing to live and enjoy it.
AM: and what about your own matter?
Me: well, I try to take care of it as much as I can. I eat healthy, I exercise, I get enough sleep, I don’t drink, I exercise my mind, I meditate daily, I work, I do various activities, I write this blog. I can’t do more.
AM: you can always do more. But the point is not how much you do, but how much you honor and take care of your own body.
Me: I have learned that my body is the most useful tool I have to be able to experience this path of life. I have understood that I must treat it in the best way, caress it and honor every part of it, my organs, my joints, my cells, my bones, my glands, my skin, everything, absolutely everything of it. And to be grateful for every day, every minute, every second that he has been working his ass off so that I, as a whole being, can be here and now enjoying, experiencing, learning, integrating and transcending what I have chosen to come to do.
AM: not like you are selling it. Like you have a little disc.
Me: haha. It seems like it. But that’s how I feel.
AM: I confirm that it is so.
I invite everyone to watch Matias’ video with the topic of the day.
Finally, I encourage everyone to engage in conversation with their own I Am, to listen to what we each have to say to each other. No one else but us can re-signify our own being