Rest as the Offering

We rest as the offering, we rest as the emptying, we rest as the simplicity that arises before this everyday mind that has been so conditioned to think it’s the one that will move us forward. This rest can feel like resting for eternity—there’s a quality of being in a waiting room, or waiting for a friend, or tending to someone who is sick, you’re just available. This is a different movement than what the mind likes to do, swooping down and trying to connect the dots itself. So rest on this throne of not knowing at the edge of the vastness and let yourself be fed by that.