"Everything you see has its roots..."

"Everything you see has its roots..."

“Everything you see has its roots. In the unseen world. The forms may change, yet the essence remains the same. Every wondrous sight will vanish, every sweet word will fade. But do not be disheartened, the source they come from is eternal.” ― Rumi 


Find a quiet and comfortable place to sit or lie down for meditation. Close your eyes, take a few deep breaths, and allow your body to relax.

Visualize a natural scene, like a tree in a forest or a flower in a garden. Picture it in as much detail as possible. Now, imagine looking beyond the physical form of the tree or flower.

See if you can sense the unseen world, the essence, that gives rise to this form. As you meditate, consider how this concept applies to your own life. What are the people, objects, or experiences that are important to you and how they may have deeper, unseen roots or connections?

Spend a few minutes in silent contemplation, allowing any insights or feelings to arise naturally. When you're ready, gently open your eyes and return to the present moment, carrying with you the awareness that there is often more to what we see than meets the eye.

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