A Warrior Monk’s Way
2007 03 13

By Christopher Moors | creativecosmos.org

Judicious with the sword, a warrior monk may also choose to swing away if the circumstance in the moment calls for it. Action in tune with Source begets no Karma. God on the Ground, each step is an opportunity for meditation and to demonstrate Tao in the flesh. There is no moral code…more an intuitive sense of Virtue and standing for Truth. The Earth itself may tremble, but the monk’s way is steady…not of this world. Something from the beyond compels the warrior forward through good times and hardship. Rather than mind, it is with Heart that he leads.

Ripping asunder all that would bind, the Lion-Hearted hero walks on. Giving everything due consideration, he makes decisions based on what is best for all, and moves on. Constantly monitoring for Ego influence, the Warrior keeps the channel clean at all times. Moving with inspiration, the Creator’s Will works through him. We all are One, not just in a philosophic sense, but in a constant vibrant vibratory interconnectedness that is easy to perceive if you are able to come to rest and open your inner sensibilities. Aum is a wave of friendship and a beacon to the Way.

Conclusions are not a luxury a Warrior Monk can afford. Things swirl and take new fleeting forms. Preconceptions are no longer there and interpretations do not follow. Holding the energies with Awareness and Presence, the sannyasin allows the Holy Spirit and gives this Creative force a chance to express itself fully. This is when everything really starts to hum and the monk is no longer a monk, but a conduit for the Word. It is like talking to Existence itself. The only question that remains is how open you can be to this Voice.

Certainty is not a thing to be desired. Rigidity of Mind holds even the most intelligent back. It is a missing link from the Western approach. This of course is why the mission given to me upon my Heart by the Creator is to find every means possible to insert aspects of Eastern Wisdom into our Cultural paradigm. It isn’t hard to do as analogous examples are everywhere. What makes better sense than an Angel Buddha? We shouldn't be against anything other than limitation. Accepting all, we have so many colors to play with as we paint anew upon the canvas of life.

With one hand on the wheel and the other gripping my pen, I ride through the storms and stresses of my own journey. It is in Love that I share with humanity. Naturally I am compelled to sing my song to the wind. It is such a beauty to do. The river sometimes sends you down unexpected tributaries. Most likely it is to meet a friend. Women and men, animals, and all of Creation in harmony; this is the hope of Peace. To some it may seem unrealistic and this is fine! They are doing their skeptical thing. Leave the future to us dreamers and we shall welcome you home.

~Christopher Moors

Article from: http://www.creativecosmos.org



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