The mechanism, as stated in Part-II, is as simple as is grand—as is the Design. After all beauty lies in simplicity, as simplicity doesn’t lie. Yet unable to comprehend simplicity, complexities are born, borne and propagated. Because the mind searches for reason, while the soul is the reason, which the mind fails to recognize, unless it does.
Mind believes in that what it sees and cannot accept the unmanifest. Though it itself is unmanifest! It cannot accept that things could emanate in absence of any visible source of knowledge/inspiration/wisdom. Thus the fact that bliss could be accessed in solitude is foreign to it, till it is convinced of the same.
The momentary flashes turn the moments momentous as they pour out nuggets from within. Or should we call from nowhere? As that is what it feels, as it comes up, and out from within—from that well of unfathomable depth. And then the mind too realizes that there is nothing called ‘nothing’ and nowhere called ‘no where’. As the consciousness is everywhere and everything is consciousness. The very fabric of life is consciousness. Call it energy, call it God Force. If you will. What you will is your will, but the fact remains that there is no ‘point’ in the universe which is a void; even quantum physics has proven that! Life is thriving in even nano spots, which earlier where labeled ‘void’ and ‘nothing’.
The revelation of the mechanism, of and in solitude, revolutionizes the meaning and implications and acceptability of solitude. The experiences of the flashes, the mind can no longer call false.
Solitude could be metaphorical and again could be literal—with the former being a situation when one is in the midst of all, yet one is completely one with one’s own self, is with one’s own self—in that ‘zone’. Thus is there, but not ‘in’ there.
Though the solitude, metaphorical or literal, each conducive to receipt of flashes, are to be complemented by the biggest solitude—a mind, lone, without any thoughts, empty, completely open and ready to receive the signals from the Source Within—the Infinite Reservoir. The flashes that are there, are there always. Yet the ripples they cause are noticed only when this state is attained, with the mind having accessed solitude too of the soul.
Solitude impacts differently all and solitude means different to all. But what it meant to Wordsworth is now understood by many. If not all…
With the mind away from the mind and its clatter, within and without, noises absent within and without, uncluttered, it receives and accepts all as it doesn’t use itself, rather responds to the voice within.
Solitude creates an attitude of gratitude, as one realizes the creativity within, and thus the worth of one’s life, and thus feels worthy of this life. It is the Soul’s mission for which it comes on earth—the Sole mission to express itself fully and thus real-ize itself completely and in that Solitude is an empowering catalyst.
William Wordsworth realized this and honored it by paying tribute to solitude, reflecting his experiences through his expressions, in a way only he could changing the essence of solitude for ever…