A long time ago, a king gifted two children with two falcons. They were a great breed and the king had never seen such a great buzz before.
A long time ago a king gifted two children with two falcons. They were a great breed and the king had never seen such a great buzz before. The King appointed an experienced man to take care of them. After a while the king saw that both falcons had grown up and that they looked great. “I want to see them flying,” the king said to the man who took care of them. “You signal them to fly.” The man did so. One falcon started to fly, but when an eagle was touching the heights of the sky, he sat back and sat back and sat down and sat down. Seeing this, the king felt somehow strange. “What is the matter with this falcon? Whereas an eagle is filled with such a good flight, why the falcon doesn’t fly like this?” the king asked. The servant said: “Sir, this is the problem with the falcon. He does not leave the branch. He doesn’t know how to fly properly.” The next day the king announced in the entire state that the person who succeeded in raising this falcon will be given a lot of rewards. What was then, one of the scholars started trying to blow up the falcon, but after some weeks of trying, the falcon was the same. He flew a bit and then sat back and sat down. Then one day something unique happened. The king saw that his two falcons were flying in the sky. He did not believe his eyes and he immediately asked who did this. It was a farmer. The next day he appeared in the court. The King said: “I am very pleased with you. Just tell me what you have done to make the falcons fly high in the sky. Even the great scholars couldn’t do this.” “Boss! I am a simple farmer. And I don’t know much about falcons. I just cut the cast on which they had to sit and then both started to fly … the one falcon started flying up with its partner.”
We’re all made to fly high. But often we are doing so much that we forget our ability to fly high. We are sitting on the branch of fog, ignorance and unknowing. While remain sitting on that branch, we have become unaware that we have the wings of the dhyānarūpī with which we can fly from matter to higher consciousness, to God.
In practicing meditation we become aware and we remember our natural ability to fly high. That means to live in oneness and unity with the highest consciousness to experience true bliss.
Namaste Yogi Simon