As we move through life, we encounter an endless array of sights and sounds that shape our perception of the world. But what if the world we see is not just a reflection of the external reality but a mirror of our own inner selves? Here I explore the transformative power of sight and the ways in which our own inner being shapes the reality we perceive.
Through our unique lenses of perception, we see the world in our own individual and profound ways, each reflection colored by the hues of our own souls. In this way, what we see is not merely a representation of the external world but a glimpse into our own innermost being.
The lens through which we view the world is not a static one. Rather, it is shaped and influenced by our own experiences, hopes, fears, and desires. It is our own inner being that determines what we see, and how we see it.
When we look upon the world with open hearts and minds, we can see the beauty in even the most mundane of moments. But if we look upon the world with closed hearts and minds, we may miss the wonder and magic of life altogether.
Through the Looking Glass of the Soul
(2022 © Julia Delaney)
By cultivating a sense of wonder and openness in our hearts, we can learn to appreciate the beauty in even the most desolate of landscapes; we can begin to heal and transform our own inner worlds.
Be Alive 🌱
Love ❤️, Julia
Feel More Connected and Less Alone 💞
FROM MY HEART TO YOURS 💞
GUIDED MEDITATIONS 💗
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