What If …

What if this was the moment in which you recognized your infinite and glorious magnificence?
The radiant light of your very soul.
What if today was the day that you stopped all longing for what is past help and past grief?
Stopped all fantasy about a future that has not yet arrived.
What if this was the moment right here and now where you took in a big beautiful breath as you simply allow yourself to be here now.
To breathe here now.
Here and now.
Here.
Now.

What if, instead of being filled with rage and sorrow, of what could have been or what should have been.
Of what he said or she said or what they said, or how they even said it.
What if you dropped all that?
Letting it fully leave all that you are.
Leave here now whisper the angelic ones about you.
Be gone.
Bringing yourself right here and now.
As you simply let go of all of that, into the infinitesimal pool of eternity’s welcoming arms.
To be here now.
Here and now.
Here.
Now.

What if this was the one quiet moment when all the doubt and the questioning simply disappeared and in its place was the conscious knowing, waiting all along?
Shimmering in the light of a new dawn as what is timeless and boundless within you, is awakened in the world of man once more.
What if this was that moment?
A wave of endless moments, each one cascading in on itself in a never-ending ocean of pleasure and delight.
Breathe in the love now.
Breathe.
Now.

What if like the boat and boatman before you, even the wild, crazy chaos of the storm was indeed a gift?
Each bountiful wave crashing onto the shoreline of that part of you that has always known the truth.
That you are far greater than you know.
And loved even more deeply than that.
Breathe in the love now.
Breathe.
Now.

What if this was the moment when the sweetest bliss of your most beautiful self was no longer a thought or an imagining, nor a wished for projection onto somebody else?
What if this was the moment in which you too remembered your wonder and beauty as the irridescent truth of it poured through your very cells.
Flooded each and every part of all that you are with a light beyond imagining.
Illumined.
Transcendent.
As you are and have always been.
A moment of exquisite bliss.
Love’s first virginal kiss.

What if this was that moment here and now?
Here and now.
Breathe in the love now.
Breathe.
Love.
Now.
— Priya Mahtani

There are two ways to live your life – one is as though nothing is a miracle, the other is as though everything is a miracle.
— Albert Einstein

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