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Open Up a Deeper Dimension

When we listen to the space between the words, we open up a connection to a deeper dimension.

Bill Fox
Bill Fox
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Open Up a Deeper Dimension
If you only listen to the words, then there's no real depth to you being here listening. But if you can listen or be aware of the spaces between the words, then something opens up that is deeper than what is happening here.
— Eckhart Tolle

Listen to the space between the words

We can bring a deeper dimension to our lives so that our life becomes more meaningful than the things in our lives and chasing economic success.


It's a dimension that is transcendent to what is happening that we call our life.


A dimension that connects us to where life and knowledge come from that we can bring into our current life.


But we often overlook this deeper dimension because it's covered up by whatever is happening right now.


What is happening right now is made up of several things all occurring simultaneously: events outside of us, our stream of thinking, and the feelings and emotions that arise as a result.

But if you can listen
or be aware of the
spaces between the words,
then something opens up
that is deeper than
what is happening here now.

Because when nothing is happening, what's left is the space that's always there.

The space that's underneath and around what's happening.

You are no longer trapped in the limitations of the little self.

In a space beyond all limitations.

You are in the Space Beyond Boundaries.

Be Still. 

And Listen.

When human beings become still, they go beyond thought. There is an added dimension of knowing, of awareness, in the stillness that is beyond thought.
— Eckhart Tolle, Stillness Speaks

Awareness

Bill Fox

Building Forward Thinking Minds, Leaders, and Workplaces from the Inside Out.

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