It is one of those days where her soul image impregnated my soul and heart with her existence.
Lately, I am testing to see some Korean movies at the cinema. Weird enough was quite well every time.
Only a few words are understood, but it’s enough, and well some parts in English this time. I could enjoy the artistic side more than watching with subtitles. And as proof once again that art needs no words to feel it with your soul.
After the movie, being close to my beloved friend, Han River, hearing its calling to talk over a walk meditation along with the Wind and Sun, all day long was a stroll through the veil of time.
I saw in the light of its waves past lives of Her: walking down the river with kids after Her at some point of time, wearing a luxurious hanbok in other timelapse.
All the time Her is so beautiful. It makes my heart cuddling her soul image close to the deeps of divine love feelings.
So far, the Namsan Tower and my friend Han River are the most favourite places for my soul in Seoul.
Han River, because of every time, tells me stories about Her, walking side by side with her soul image, hand in hand, eye to eye.
Namsan Tower, because of sacred love spread by so many soul images in search of Her.
Few hours passed without even knowing with the shadow of her soul image around me to keep company.
It’s like a magician, my friend Han River, the way it makes the connection between my soul and Her along the magical shores of its existence.
The magic happens as soon as I am walking close to the riverside. Instantly, Her appears inside and outside of my being as one, more real than ever.
I could ask Her finally after such a long time: “헤르, 괜찮아? (Her, gwaenchana) – Her, you alright?”, while keeping her hand tight in mine, and looking deep into her beautiful and mysterious eyes.
Also to tell Her how much I miss Her all-day long for months but mostly now that I am so close: “헤르, 너무보고 싶어… (Her, nomubogo sipo) – Her, I miss you so much…”
And finally to repeat my daily mantra of love since her Korean inheritance was revealed: “헤르, 사랑해 (Her, Saranghae) … And the real name of Her in the echo of my soul! – Her, I Love You!”…
The Han River or Hangang (Korean pronunciation: [ha(ː)n.ɡaŋ])[e] is a major river in South Korea and the fourth-longest river on the Korean peninsula after the Amnok (Yalu), Tuman (Tumen), and Nakdong rivers. The river begins as two smaller rivers in the eastern mountains of the Korean peninsula, which then converge near Seoul, the capital of the country.
More info about “Han River“:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Han_River_(Korea)
A hanbok (in South Korean) or Chosŏn-ot (in North Korean) is a traditional Korean dress for semi-formal or formal attire during traditional occasions such as festivals, celebrations, and ceremonies. It is characterized by vibrant colours and simple lines without pockets. Although the term literally means “Korean clothing”, today Hanbok usually refers specifically to clothing worn during the Joseon dynasty period.
More info about “hanbok“:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanbok
The N Seoul Tower (Korean: N서울타워), officially the YTN Seoul Tower and commonly known as the Namsan Tower or Seoul Tower, is a communication and observation tower located on Namsan Mountain in central Seoul, South Korea. At 236 metres (774 ft), it marks the second-highest point in Seoul.
More info about “Namsan Tower“:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/N_Seoul_Tower