We stand for the core of things—a recognition of the fundamental realities which unify heavenly things and earthly things, in a realization of what the center of being actually is.~ Lloyd Arthur Meeker
Physically speaking, the center of mass of the human body is approximately somewhere behind the navel. But reading this quotation regarding the core of things, you probably suspect that this is not what Lloyd Arthur Meeker is addressing.
For lack of any better way of expressing it, I believe that he is talking about spiritual realities in the human experience. And the use of the word core implies layers of our experience from what is more peripheral to what is most central.
The most central is the soul—the essence of selfhood, personally speaking. Yes, there are all the peripheral expressions of self—personality, thought, emotion, words, and physicality. Yet, as an individual, what is most essential? Where is that place in our human experience that is the very core of who we are, giving rise to all the expressions of self?
I’m happy to ask the question without having an obvious instantaneous answer. I’m happy to ponder the nature of my soul without being able to locate it behind my navel or anywhere else in my physical body.
I do know this. Within the soul is the spark of the Divine. Being true to myself is being true to that spark. It is attuning to it. As I do that, I unify the heavenly dimensions of me and the earthly dimensions of me.
As an Attunement Practitioner, I am devoted to assisting others to find that spark within their own soul and attune to the Fire and Light that emanates from it.
As an Attunement Practitioner, I, too, stand for the core of things. How about you?
Attunement is a consciousness practice and an energy medicine practice that leads to personal spiritual regeneration.