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Beauty of Nature Enlightenment of The Senses

Beauty of Nature Enlightenment of The Senses

beauty of nature

Beauty of Nature when invited, enlightens and invades all your senses. When you look at this scene you might think, "how beautiful it is to see".

You might even feel bad for those that have no eyesight but, do you realize that actually you (the sighted) person is the impaired one?

Let me explain.

When you see this wonder in nature (imagine you are actually there) you see tremendous beauty right? The problem with this is you are only seeing it. You are only using one of your many senses.

Many times you let your sight take the lead in your senses pool. When you do this you miss so much.

You very well may see unrivaled beauty through your eyes however, the unsighted person's senses envelope the whole package of smell, sound and touch.

The sighted person at times unless very enlightened misses the smell of the flowers an,

  • A sound made by a light rustling  of the leaves
  • The touch of bark or
  • The feel of a falling leaf on your face.

To view the beauty of nature see it will all your senses you will appreciate it so much more.

Susan

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  • Active Member

    Hi Merle,

    Thank you very much I'm glad you liked it. :)

  • Love the beauty in this post Susan, thanks for sharing.

  • Active Member

    Hi Sandra,

    Thank you for reading :) yes we do live fully then I also think that is also how we do many other things as well like learn, love as well as what guides our spirits :)

  • Amen, Susan.  We live fully when we use all of our senses to appreciate our surroundings.  Thank you for the beautiful press release.

  • Active Member

    Thank you Sandy very much. Yes stop look, smell, touch and listen to them as well :)

  • Thanks, Susan ... this is such a lovely PR and brings to meaning to "stop and smell the roses."  Blessings!

  • Active Member

    Terri, Thank you I am humbled by your very sweet words :) Thank you for reading and sharing.

  • Top Member

    Susan the beauty of what you have posted is awesome and it's absolutely great to know you and have you in the community. I look forward to reading all your post and sharing them so more can read and know you as I do. Shared via Syndication Automation.

  • Active Member

    Yes, it is :) and how refreshing to find another that knows that :)

  • Sometimes it's just about feel...:)

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