Breathe and rest in the gap
When we stop to rest, to see what’s here, sometimes what we find is nothing, or the perception of space. Suddenly it’s quiet, as opposed to the chaos we’re used to. Sometimes, when we find no-thing, quiet, we get scared because we want to find something- something that we think means… well, something. Because we live in a thing based and a thing filled reality, finding no-thing or quiet can be disturbing. But if, for a moment, you can rest in the no-thing that you’ve discovered, without pretense or without wanting something, you’ll find peace in that nothing. And yes, that peace can be uncomfortable because we’re used to not used to quiet. Breathe and rest in the gap.