Rumi and “Beyond the Five Senses”

In “The Big Red Book” by Rumi,  there is poem after poem of moving prose that prods us to feel the world beyond that which we touch, taste, smell, hear and see.  Each poem carries the reader into the unseen world that animates life and connects us to this source.

Each poem leads the reader into a presence that we can experience.  These poems describe the world that “Living the Beyond the Five Senses” leads people into.  This world is no longer experienced by a chosen few.  It is now accessible to anyone who is open to seeking the way to enter it!

You need no name.

You are the ocean.

I am held in your sway.  (Rumi)

 

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