Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Love is in the Air - Germination



Day 7 A to Z Challenge 2015 - Germination

Don't ask me why Germination - it's the word that kept running through my head so had to go with it. 

Rama looked up and caught his breath
Sita's eyes beheld her Lord
Vishnu Lakshmi's beating hearts
Drowned every other thought

Somewhere deep within their souls
A recognition dawned
Though human minds negate those realms
Yet love began to spawn


In a garden of flowers love germinated. The seed that had been planted somewhere in the Universe, the seed of love, suddenly sprouted. There was instant recognition between Rama and Sita, a connection of souls.

This was not physical love as we know it, this was a deep rooted spiritual, transcendental love. This was a coming together of two souls incarnating on Earth for a common purpose. This was love in the highest degree.

The moment of their meeting was pre set and pre agreed. Every aspect of it had been rehearsed before their descent to Earth. Their demeanour, the look in their eyes, the setting in the garden, each nuance etched in their memories that triggered a recollection.

And the moment their eyes beheld each other, their souls opened up and connected and joy chorused through. They knew that the moment of their joining had arrived.

Until now the loving relationships they had individually shared had been with parents, siblings, teachers, citizens, friends. members of their courts.  They had mastered these relationships - obedient and respectful children, caring siblings, respectful students, loyal friends, kind and compassionate to all citizens. Love in different forms.

Now it was time for a more intimate relationship, a culmination of all forms of love into one. This was a simulation of love that the Divine has for all of us, the romance of souls.

The meeting of Rama and Sita is one of my favourite parts of the Ramayana. This is the moment of bliss and if we can truly imagine that moment when their eyes beheld each other and joy burst forth within them, we can also feel that bliss and joy.

Sometime ago I wrote two poems on the moments when Rama beheld Sita and Sita beheld Rama. These poems depict that moment of joy and bliss.

Rama beheld Sita  -  She looked most beautiful
Sita beheld Rama  -  In a time gone by

Is love meant to be tested or does love come easy? Come back tomorrow to find out.

Love is in the air - May the seeds of Divine love be lovingly cultivated within us.


If you do leave a comment, please leave a link to your G post so I can drop by and say hello. Thanks.

Check my previous posts in this series

Written for:  AtoZ Challenge 2015
Linking to: Write Tribe ProBlogger Challenge

Check out some other Bloggers participating in the challenge: AtoZ List 2015
And the Blog-A-Rhythm AtoZ posts featuring many bloggers

The Ramayana is a historical chronicle of events during the life of Lord Rama in an ancient time in a land called Bharatvarsh a part of which is now modern day India. 

This year's theme was given to me through meditation. But more than just a theme I was also asked to write this from the perspective of Divine love and not just a recounting of the events as they took place. Hence the essence of my posts is "Love is in the air".

The individual theme and tone of my verses are also given to me. And I try to convey what Spirit wants to say through my poetry and prose. In essence, I only transcribe what is given to me, the author of these posts is my soul, the Universe, God and Goddess.


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40 comments:

  1. Such beautiful sentiments, simply expressed. Loved it!

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  2. This sounded like pure magic Suzy :) Really loved it :)

    God is a Gamer

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    1. Thanks Swathi. It was such a magical moment.

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  3. Ah! that was magical!! it is easy to see why this part would be a fav, no? there is something so ethereal about their milan! loved it!

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    1. Thanks Little Princess. Truly an enchanting moment. Oh to be Sita.

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  4. A connection of souls indeed.loved reading about lord Rama and Sita.

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    1. Thanks Sulekha. Such an endearing moment.

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  5. Germination is a great word, very Spring like. Just dropping in from the A to Z and have given your blog a shout out from my letter G today https://rosieamber.wordpress.com/

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    1. Thanks Rosie. mention greatly appreciated.

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  6. aww how beautiful :) reminded me of all those Ramayana episodes :)

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    1. Thanks Rajlakshmi. Which series did you watch?

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  7. I always love your gentle poetry and thought provoking posts. What an interesting theme!

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    1. Thanks Cat. Glad you like my theme and posts.

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  8. I wonder is all our meetings with that special one is pre-destined?

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    1. I'm sure it is Sheethal. Nothing happens by chance.

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  9. Wow! You've removed all the temporal associations that love invokes in our minds, thanks to the media, and have made it a magical experience. Very nice the way you connected a random word that was just going through your mind and connected it so beautifully, as though it was all planned. But then again, maybe in the larger sense, everything is planned. :)

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    1. Thanks Cynthia. I truly believe that all is planned and nothing really is by chance. Thanks for your very nice comment. :)

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  10. Beautiful post Suzy, love the word germinate! And love the comments too - as Cynthia says, removing the temporal , introducing true magic (in the best sense) and away with the media!
    (A typo at the top of yr post?)

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    1. Thanks Susan and thanks for pointing out the typo - now corrected.

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  11. Hi there - Germination and all things new again. I followed a shout out link from Rosie Amber's blog - https://rosieamber.wordpress.com/

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    1. Thanks Diane for visiting and commenting. Nice way of looking at Germination - as all things new. thank you.

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  12. That's beautiful! And that's what is divine love..
    Btw - is that a typo in your title?

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    1. Thanks Happinessandfood. Yes sorry about the typo now corrected. Glad you liked my post.

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  13. This poetry is my favorite one so far. I am amazed at how beautifully you have captured it, Suzy. Keep up the good work. :)
    *Shantala @ ShanayaTales*

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    1. Thanks Shantala. Glad you liked it.

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  14. Magical! Loved the poem, Suzy :) Keep writing!

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    1. Thanks Shalini. Glad you liked it.

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  15. Writing is very cathartic for me, but I can only handle one blog at a time! You are very versatile and prolific. Beauitful poetry. Stopping b from the A-Z. Here's my G entry: https://seezooeyrun.wordpress.com/2015/04/08/gps/

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    1. Thanks Seesooeyrun for visiting and for your very comment. Writing is very therapeutic for me. Dropped by your blog and said hello.

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  16. Hello there.
    God is the epitome of love (1 John 4:8). It's His most dominant quality and one He gifted to us when He made us. If we were all to treat each other with love and kindness, this world would be a better place to live in (1 Corinthians 13:4-8). Thanks for sharing.
    My G is Gloves

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    1. Thanks Entrepreneurial Goddess. Yes very true, if we all learned to live in love and kindness, we could change the world.

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  17. This is a beautiful love story, Suzy and your poetry superb.

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    1. Thanks Debbie, glad you like it.

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  18. I wish I had read your interpretation of the Ramayana before! You really tell the story in such a romantic and believable way.

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  19. Thanks Bellybytes. I've always looked at the Ramayana as a story of love so I guess that's how my version is evolving.

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  20. I love this piece, Suzy! Such beautiful, uplifting narration of love. The 'instant recognition' of souls - yes, that's what it was. That's what we all want in life on some level, isn't it?

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    1. Thanks Beloo. Absolutely we want that deep soul centred love because only that can bring us true joy and bliss. So glad you liked this post.

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