You Can Become Whatever You…#2๐ŸŽ€๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿ†

Whatsoever you conceive of, you can be.
The phrase clichรฉ or hackneyed,
Envisaging, envisioning, a sea
Out there whereof the possibilities.

In truth, what fruit, would you bequeath?
That is the question, surely.
What do you want left behind?
You yourself want happiness, tranquility,
A knowledge sound in body-mind.
What to do? Itโ€™s up to you entirely.
Itโ€™s sometimes called self-realising;
Realising of the self, by, with, through, in and for the self.

Innocent and unaware,
We try techniques that start where tricks,
Critiques, new and antique end up there: mind and brain.
Let it rain good thoughts all day,
Deeds and motives rectified.

Lured in sleep by dreamer deep,
Enticed awake by worldโ€™s delusional heartbreaks,
Let the whole thing clarify for goodnessโ€™ sake,
Purified of all its aches, for as they say,
You, he or sheโ€™s got what it takes to be
Whateverโ€ฆ
Thereโ€™s a sea out there to bathe in,
Sun to find a place in,
To become whoever you conceive of Gunga Din.*
*”Gunga Din” is an 1890 poem by Rudyard Kipling, set in British India. The poem is much-remembered by its final line: “You’re a better man than I am, Gunga Dinโ€,[
You Become Whateverโ€ฆII 7.5.2019 The Processes: Creative, Thinking, Meditative II; Nature Of & In Reality; Arlene Nover Corwin

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