With the sense of smell for next week’s meditative exploration, we complete the sense of sight with its equanimity. Sight is not any more inclusive than the other senses, but it might be an impartiality that is most easily accessible. For example, as I look out my window, the grass, yellow of dandelions, and variety of birds are in the foreground while remnants of ancient mega volcanoes are toward the horizon in one direction and 10-14,000 ft. mountains grace another horizon. Yet all of it is equally within view. Sight is equanimous, neutral.
We take other examples into meditation, into the equanimity of Being.