Nature

A Dance of Love

There is a murmur that I hear. ‘Tis just a whisper in my ear. This sound fills me with much elation. I see it during Murmuration.

Allow 2 minutes to see this thing. You will know the joy it can bring. I have some things to say it’s true. But please press play, it’s over to you.


Why do Starlings behave this way?

It was the obvious question on my lips once my mind returned to Earth after being blown away.

I’ve seen articles that explain these things in scientific terms. They talk about things such as ‘scale- free correlation‘ or ‘equations of critical transition‘. These explanations are fascinating, but they all seem to tell me what it is rather than why it is, if you follow my drift.

Perhaps there is no known why and we just have to put it down to animal behavior or herd mentality. Perhaps they are simply the equivalent of a cattle stampede or a crowd running from a burning building.

As you know, I’m all about living in the question. So I entertain all of the above as fractal possibilities of truth.

So I will leave you with one more fractal possibility of truth.

I have opined previously in my post “It’s about Life” that scientific evidence is mounting every day that the universe and everything in it is electric.

It has been said that these flock behaviors are caused by electromagnetic stimuli in the atmosphere.

So if I hold that question in my mind and allow that fractal of truth to exist for me, then at the heart of this stimuli lies the good old Tachyon, the essence of life force that gives charge to the Electric Universe that we belong to.

Further more, I will assume that duality consciousness at it’s core is the divide between ‘fear’ or ‘love’. I will further assume that the starlings or fish or even the Northern Lights are not behaving out of fear when they behave as they do. In this fractal of truth therefore, I am left with only one final conclusion to make:

A murmuration is a dance of Love.

In the future the collective consciousness of Humanity will fly and soar and be as inspirational as Murmurations. Then we will know how truly beautiful unison can be.

So dance I say and do it with love, for your heart will sing the song of the universe if you just allow your self to connect.

For your further enjoyment I leave you with some more dances of love.

On the following link you can read the poem I wrote in dedication to the Dance of Love.

It is called Ode to the Dance.

May your day be filled with Murmurations,

Brett


 

Footnotes:
The film "Murmuration" is brought to you by the incredibly talented Sophie Windsor Clive & Liberty Smith. More from them at their site: Islands & Rivers.
The source of feature image of starlings in the shape of a heart is located at theatlantic.com - check out more amazing photo's of these birds.