Kinsmen of the Sun

The horizon of the mind is vast and free. It has many dawns and sunsets, many valleys and vistas, but only the brave will near its mystery, only the young will know its heart.

Free yourself of restricting views, 2nd hand ideas and inherited concepts which have been passed down to you. Delete the unwanted, the conflicting, the dividing, the uncaring disguised, the mechanical, the traditional, the cold reasoning mind of society that demands you cut out your heart & lay waste to your dreams for a productive life.

Explore your heart, explore your mind & the places of mental discomfort where high walls were built to keep you in. There in the lands of the forbidden where so few travel, remove your shoes and kiss the earth. There you will find the Path to freedom and see the stars for the very first time.

Allow Truth to reveal itself to you. Allow it in as a guest and it will stay as a companion. Never again will you be alone.

Let go, let go, and this world will become an open road, rather than the extravagant cell which was so carefully prepared for you.

©JP Scott (Sesh) 17 Dec 2012

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11 thoughts on “Home

  1. Echo says:

    There are some real glimpses of beauty here. Thank you.

  2. humblepye says:

    “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail”
    Ralph Waldo Emerson.

  3. pjb1943 says:

    Ah, another kindred spirit on the journey in search of the light !
    “Home” is a great piece of writing.

    • pjb1943 says:

      Oops! The title I meant was “Kinsmen of the Sun”.

      • Thanks Paul.

        I write because I must. It’s the only way I’m able to effectively explore what lies beneath the surface of self & express the overwhelming discovery. It’s always a tide of sorts, a stirring of some long forgotten memory in the vastness of the space within, that begs the stars to look at one another..

        Often, once something is completed, I read it for the first time as a stranger might, and I wonder, who is the true author?

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