What A Human Does

tumblr_m7153rM1jT1rw7n3jo1_500Picture yourself in an open field, without tools or ropes, sticks or techniques. How would you attract the free horse, or camel, to know and trust you? How would you develop a respectful friendship on equal terms?

And how would you bring love into it?

Imagine meeting a horse, or a camel, for the very first time.

You would be completely disarmed. You’ve never seen anything like them before. You feel OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAtheir power, and vulnerability. You see only mystery in their eyes. You’re filled with wonder… and questions. And you want to know all about them.

So as a man, or a woman, you walk out into the field where they live, and find a place to sit down. You don’t expect anything from them. You don’t bring them anything. You don’t have anything you want to make them do.

You simply want to be around them… even at a distance. You sit, and share time and space…

And you would come often like this, and sit. And slowly, overtime, you’d come to know each other.

225228_2077082646322_1222676096_32567713_4722841_nBecause you’re out loose in the open field you can’t control them.

If you had a rope, and were tied together, how could they even choose to be with you? And why would they want to?

You see they’re the same as you. You Don’t want to coerce them. You want their trust.

And they must always be free to leave; only when given their freedom do they have a free choice.

A wise man loves first. Then only does he invite another into his heart.

And from there alone will he connect, guide and correct if needed.

Sometimes he’s firm, but he only guides another’s freedom in love.

Because we’ve forgotten we’re free, we continue enslaving ourselves and everything else.

If we allow ourselves to know others as they really are, our entire life changes.

To be a human, simple, free and true, is every man, and woman’s, calling.

So our interest must become that of supporting the free heart, developing a free OL3C8209conversation, with no controls, no manipulative techniques, no resort to aggression and dominance.

The only expectations are freedom, trust, respect and love.

While understanding each moment you will guide everyone and everything toward freedom and the heart.

Until you do this, you can only try. When you stop trying, it happens.

 What A Human Does – Video

080926_PP_26Adi Da Samraj: The world is transformed by one’s presumption about it. Those who live in a magical disposition toward the world change their world in one characteristic way: They do not seem to do very much with it as a natural phenomenon. They are very protective of it as a natural phenomenon and want to interfere with it as little as possible, because it is only by letting the world be what it is as a natural process, without interference, that it has the opportunity to produce magical signs and therefore to permit them to engage in magical relations with it…

 

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12 Responses to What A Human Does

  1. Renee Holmes says:

    Thank you for your writing down of these wonderful events that make up your life, and your relationship and service to Adi Da. You are truly Blessed. Your words are as wonderful as the pictures :)

  2. Leslie Waltzer says:

    this would be good human to human too.

  3. Kay Witt says:

    Lovely commentary, Stuart. Thanks for this wonderful website and for the gentle service you do at The Fear No More Zoo.

  4. Karin says:

    Touching . . . . heart. . . . . mystery. . . . . no time . . . . .

  5. Eija says:

    Beautiful, respectful, lovely…

  6. Anne says:

    So beautifully said, Thank You!! Sharing this with all my friends and family.

  7. Helena says:

    One of the most genuine and honest articles I’ve read in a long time. It applies to animals and to humans. Thank you so very much for sharing these wonderful thoughts. I work with adults and children who have been on the receiving end of such control, and my four horses are part of our therapeutic, or rather healing team. If permitted , I would very much like to share this article. Once again, thank you for those honest and wise thoughts.

  8. jan elliott says:

    Beautiful gentle communication. Thank you Stuart.

  9. Joan Felt says:

    Your article drew me into Communion and deeper sensitivity to the way some indigenous, shamanic people, and, of course, our Heart Master Adi Da, understand and participate in the event of, the gift of life. Thank you.

  10. randall hoel says:

    Most happy-and-feeling telling of the natural dispositon of vulnerable relationship….. (i loved it, thank you)

  11. Joy says:

    WOW! Beautiful! Amazingly divine insights! So much love and captivation right back at you!

  12. Daniel Hawley says:

    This is a guide for all humans (and especially men) to live in the disposition of sanity, giving up the need to try to dominate and control everything, to be willing to allow life to unfold in its mysterious ways, to trust in the willingness to love and BE love, under all conditions, open-hearted, (if not heart broken).

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