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Timelessness Endures Infinity August 19, 2010

Posted by TheIntentionalSage in Nature, Visions.
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Resting gently on the soft grass lay a girl, Sophosia (pronounced suh-foh-see-uh). Her delicate hair moving swiftly over her shoulders as she turned her head to look across the land. There was nothing around to disturb her. She was at complete peace with her surroundings. Her sparkling blue eyes seeing all that there was to see. Taking in everything – every moment – every second. The whispers of the wind speaking to her as they rustle the tops of the trees. A rather welcomed sense of ease permeated her being. This was home.

Sophosia had no idea how long she had been where she was and neither could anyone else. Time was a concept unbeknownst to this sprat, young, beautiful being. Oneness was all she knew. Connection was all she could feel. When the insects zigzagged, she felt it. She could feel as if she was the one who was doing the zigzagging. When the birds landed on the branches of the tree she felt as if the birds were landing on her. She felt it. She was connected. She was one.

Concepts of time, space, past, and future, they were foreign to her. Sophosia lived for one thing and one thing only – the moment. Each moment compounding onto the next was where you could find her. She lived right there. She lived in a time that could not be duplicated. It only came around once. It was her favo[u]rite place to be. Living in harmony with herself and by extension – everything. She understood that her was not limited to the confines of the body. She knew that she was infinite. She knew that her being-ness expanded well beyond skin, blood, and bones. Her essence was timeless and eternal.

As she was being breathed, she noticed a feeling of relaxation. It was familiar, but at the same time, new. Everything that Sophosia experienced was being felt for the first time. As she could only comprehend the present, she was only ever able to experience one moment at a time. She wasn’t bound by the confines of time – her life was timeless. An outsider looking in on Sophosia’s life might call it ‘timelessness in motion.’ Her life was lived one moment at a time. Her life was experienced in each moment. Breathing the air. Being breathed. Lifting her finger. Looking out over the field. Nothing she did was without intention. She lived only to be. Her life was an example.

Sophosia was an example. The way she lived in such serenity and harmonized with all that was around her. She wasn’t separate from her environment. She wasn’t separate from nature. She was nature. She was nature! Her life was what people had envisioned hundreds of years earlier. Her life was how people imagined life could be like. Living in such congruence, paralleling the cycles of nature. When the sun rose, she woke. When the sun set, she slept. When the seasons changed, so did she. As winter arrived, so did more internal warmth. As the seasons changed to spring and then summer, so did she in shedding that internal warmth.

She was the exemplification of everything that humanity had been hoping, wishing, and praying for. She was precedent-setting and would soon become the standard way of living – the only way of living. The way to live. The ramifications of the life she lived completely eluded her. Sophosia had no idea that the way she lived was going to have such a grand effect on the lives that people would live for years to come. She had no idea that the life she was living had been imagined many years prior to her existence. As far as she knew, there was only one thing… the present.

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1. Tom Davidson-Marx - August 21, 2010

This is exemplary writing. Thank you.

TheIntentionalSage - August 21, 2010

Thank you, Tom, for your kind words. It is encouragement like this that serves to motivate me to continue to intentionally imagine. 🙂

With Love and Gratitude,

The Intentional Sage

2. SophosiaHall - May 29, 2012

I love it!! Especially since it was my name that was used 🙂


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