If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration. – Nikola Tesla.
In the beginning the word existed. So what was the word? The word was the sound of Source energy, God, Intent, the primordial and ancient sound through which the entire universe was created. Some believe that this sound is Om and that the sound Om is also known as the embodiment of all sounds together. If one is to produce the vibration of OM with their intention directed at aligning with Source energy, they become one with the all that is. More than a chant, OM is a sacred syllable that represents the vibration of the universe. It is the sound of the infinite, without beginning and without end that embraces all that exists. The word that existed in the beginning was sound, the force of vibration through which all things began to take shape, to come into form. Continue reading
Buddha Rock, Sonoran Desert ~ Photo by FW
It is a sublime feeling,” he said, “to be in this marvelous desert, to see those ragged peaks of pseudo-mountains that were really made by the flow of lava of long-gone volcanoes. It is a glorious feeling to find that some of those nuggets of obsidian were created at such high temperatures that they still retain the mark of their origin. They have power galore. To wander aimlessly in those ragged peaks and actually find a piece of quartz that picks up radio waves is extraordinary. The only drawback to this marvelous picture is that to enter into the marvels of this world, or into the marvels of another world, a man needs to be a warrior: calm, collected, indifferent, seasoned by the onslaughts of the unknown. ~ Don Juan, speaking about the Sonoran Desert, The Wheel of Time
While driving through the Sonoran Desert last weekend I snapped this photo of the Buddha rock. I’ve driven past this natural monument countless times and never stopped to take a photo of it before. Towering above everything else, the Buddha is an example of the constant magic unfolding in this extraordinary desert.