As you inhale, think that the light of the starry sky, let’s say, it’s not just the stars but all the luminous rays, neutrinos, and ultraviolet light that cannot be perceived, and so on and so forth, it’s not just the stars. Let's say that ocean of light that is the cosmos. So to repeat, the extraordinary miracle of your being is that that light has been fashioned in a unique way in each one of us. Let’s say personalized, and as I say, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin calls it homonization that is, it has become man, it has become human. The stars have become humans.
And so as you hold your breath, you can ascertain the way that this amorphous light of the stars has becomed fashioned as a human countenance, that is the countenance of your aura.
And then, the extraordinary thing is that this particular way in which the light of the cosmos has been customized as you is cast back into the universe, enriching the universe so that one could say that the divine program is not static, is not preordained, but is continually being enriched by the feedback of the fragments of itself.
So that you’re not really here just sitting here whatever here means, but you are actually extending in the starry sky.