Third Eye Discernment—A Model (first verse not my own composition, found)
Your regular two eyes see the picture.
The third eye sees the beauty.
Your regular two eyes see the badge.
The third eye see the duty.
Your regular two eyes sees the word.
The third eye sees the definition.
Your regular two eyes see the paper.
The third eye see the composition.
Your regular eyes see what is concrete.
The third eye see the subtle,the abstract, the discreet.
The regular two eyes see the dark. (c) 2014 Sdiane Adamz-Bogus,ak Shariananda)
The third eye any shadow shatters
Your regular two eyes see the light.
Your Third eye knows which most matters.
The regular eyes like an ear hears the heartbeat
The third eye sees with kind, positive intent
The regular two eyes see the outcome
The Third eye foresees where truth is bent
Your regular two eyes are blessed with God-given- vision
Your third eye assigns no judgment as harsh decision.
Here’s your Daily Word
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
In the Silence, I find the answers I seek.
When I need guidance, I go directly to the source of divine wisdom. I close my eyes and relax into my breath. I gently release the chatter in my mind, letting thoughts drift away like faint clouds sweeping across a blue sky. Settling into this silent place of peace, I find the all-knowing mind of God. I ask, rest, and listen.
God’s will is always for the highest good of all concerned. It reveals next steps that unfold easily without force or manipulation. Divine guidance nudges me toward my good. I recognize its wisdom as an inner knowing and a feeling of peace in having received the answers I seek.
Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds, so that you may discern what is the will of God—what is good and acceptable and perfect.–Romans 12:2