What it presence? It is a state of awareness with what is happening, or not, holding space of awakeness and attention with omnipresence. Omnipresence is seeing the larger picture of what is happening and receiving it but not being attached to the comings and goings, the rising and falling of consciousness. It is being the “all is” as Shiva eternally sits in stillness and watches. Presence can be a feeling, a feeling of being connected and witnessing the all but not of any one thing and transcending the all yet being a part of the all. Nothing is separate from the all, and all is Shiva, all is consciousness whatever word you might choose to call it. Shiva is the all encompassing limitless one and as our human form starts to slip into that presence more and more, we taste the limitlessness possible, becoming more expanded to the greater creator view of the all.
Bring in the quality of silence to this mix. What if our vibration spoke instead of our words, or maybe louder than our words? That might be the change that is wished for, as vibration speaks and changes all that experience it. What if the words follow (are led from) the vibration of heart coherence, from feeling the high heart space.
There is much value in being silent or refraining from so much speaking can be a practice to bring through more presence and the feeling of being consciousness, the limitless one. Spiritual practices are experiments to bring us to a higher level of awareness and a greater connection and embodiment of source. This takes us to union with divine, and divine expressing through us. Something can be learned from this and many other practices that are possible.
Through presence and oneness, the quality of unity and oneness is felt on all levels. From this, the frequency of compassion is given birth to within, as one is the watcher of all rising and falling. All sad things and happy things, coming and going of within consciousness. The watcher in presence sees it all and feels compassion for all living beings going through the cycles of rising and falling.
Bringing in witnessing, presence, silence, and compassion. Compassion springs from the heart. It is a by product of pure awareness and presence with the quality of emptiness which sees but does not attach. There is love, love for the all, and the desire to be of service. There is the desire to set all beings free from their suffering. There is a calling to step out of the little self to limitlessness. There is more resolve to persevere in one's own suffering and put it aside so that others may be free. It is becoming the all, becoming the everything and everyone. A feeling of being in a web of creation, connected to all forms of life, loving and protecting them. Within the heart is the connection to all living beings with our human embodiment as one being, yet we feel our vastness as all beings.
What is shared is a personal experience, or explanation from one of many perspectives of experiencing consciousness. All perspectives are honored by creator source who feels everyone's perspective at once. We too can start to embody the perspectives of one another and other life forms, and also collective life forms such as trees. Then Shiva consciousness brings in the omnipresence, the awareness of the all at once.
Unification happens first within, then it can happen with others.... Knowing oneself as all of creation helps this bring this unity among beings here to earth. May this be so, and may all beings be relieved of suffering, and may we find home. The path lies within our heart to remembering the light we are and that from which we arise from the ONE.