Cocktails

Sit on the warm, white sand of a beach overlooking the Ocean. It’s first thing in the morning of a new day. You are looking at the sun of a new dawn. You can feel the warmth and light of this brand new offering soak into your skin.

You feel like a drink and ask the Divine bartender for something to quench your thirst (for knowledge!). They look eye-catching with their long glowing white hair, and golden eyes. They take a tall crystal glass, and pour in a splash of bright white light, which is bliss with a hint of infinity. Then they pour in an electric blue of grace, with a moreish aftertaste that lasts and lasts, guaranteed to tickle your soul. In goes a dash of gold, full of bubbles. This drink is a dream. The bartender, with a gleam in their golden eyes, passes their elongated hand over the top of the drink, and in goes a rainbow. Finally, they place in the glass a stick which could be a palm tree, but looks more like the tree of Life.

They pass you the drink, which glows a little, and you drink, and drink again. The Divine bartender watches. Some people sip, while others drink in one. In all, something happens to their heart centre, and more. They feel it from the top of their head, to the tips of their toes, and in all in between. All the while the new dawn sun shines on them with a big constant hello (some people on this beach of white sand notice a little sun growing in their heart).

Well that was some drink. Often the happy beachgoer might ask for another. The Divine bartender ponders what to mix in this brew. Or the beachgoer might ask for a tea, or a coffee to sober up.

The sun of the new dawn shines onto  the beach of white sand.

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