Love is Metaphysical Gravity

Photos from a day of deep rest and connecting with gravity and living things in May, 2017
Late Fragment, by Raymond Carver. Photo and collage by the author, January 2017.
The Black Eye Galaxy, or Messier 64, is known for the distinctive band of space dust that absorbs some of its light, creating the darkness that you see here. That space dust is comprised of many different particles that have the potential to become radiant sources of energy, like our sun. Every single thing we or our ancestors have ever encountered was once a cloud of space dust.

The most simple interpretation of “love is metaphysical gravity” is that the two invisible forces pull things together.

The author strongly recommends taking a nap in a sunny spot with a beloved companion for an immersive experience weaving gravity and love into space, time, and awareness.

--

--

--

Regenerative counselor, in continual process of devotion to the integrity of all living systems. Constant student of love, death, and chaos. gangadevibraun.com

Love podcasts or audiobooks? Learn on the go with our new app.

Recommended from Medium

Lord, move me to action!

Weariness: Navigating the pandemic wilderness

THE TALES OF HOFFMAN HOUSE, Pt. 2

jan 31, 2017- meditation experience//physics of the universe

Take a deep breath.

For I know the plans I have for you.

There is an elegant and fascinating wisdom called Kabbalah that offers a view of the two forces…

When Religion is Bad for Mental Health

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Rev. Ganga Devi Braun

Rev. Ganga Devi Braun

Regenerative counselor, in continual process of devotion to the integrity of all living systems. Constant student of love, death, and chaos. gangadevibraun.com

More from Medium

Is Your Soul Stored in the Rafters?

The Tale of the Moral Coward

CAPTURE THE MOMENT?

The human view of the arrow of time