We are in a time that mysticism and science are beginning to meet. What the Buddhist might call emptiness, St Francis of Assisi described it as disappearing into the Silence. And what quantum physics says that 99.99999% of an atom is empty space. And everything that steps outside of that empty space is creation, layers upon layers of creation until it comes down to the very density of matter.
Our thoughts, opinions, our judgements, our memories, our history, our life’s traumas and dramas are all created from this void. Our belief systems are holding everything in place even our suffering until we can create enough space around the layers of our personal negative creation that they can return to the Holy Hollow within the soul. This is the planetary process we are now in.
Some may call this Silent Space God. The scientist may say matter does not exist. And the mystic will strive to have the experience. Our Lady of Holy Hollow is the spaciousness that is found in the very center of ever atom. The Holy Silence found in every soul who is willing to take the journey.
And I call it Love that Love that holds the universe together. That love that allows the ego’s agenda, judgements, and self-righteousness to fall away to bear witness to one’s creation and all of life and bow their head to listen to that Silence.
Note: The field flowers layering in this image is called fiddle necks. It is said in folktales the music of nature can be heard within these flowers. The Black Madonna is Our Lady of Austin TX. I laid over a hollow tree over her chest to give the effect of the Holy Hollow within all of Creation. Historically during both the Protestant Reformation and the French Revolution some of the Black Madonnas were known to be hidden in hollow trees to be save them from the burning of the icons that during this time.
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