Part of what we can learn from ice is that there is so much that we don’t see. (Haven’t got an iceberg? Look at the cube in your drink.) We are like the icebergs, so much of us is unseen. We only see the outside of our bodies, but we don’t tend to think about what’s inside- our internal organs, bones and muscles. Even less do most of us think about our energy fields, from the heat and sound we generate to our auras, the emotions we project, and the unseen but powerful connections we have to others.
Just as we are capable of distinguishing minute differences in scents, and yet most of us try to ignore our sense of smell, we, as a race, have the capability to be empathic, telepathic, clairvoyant… (as with art different people have different levels of these talents), but since we don’t see it on the surface we pretend it doesn’t exist.
Just because we can’t immediately see something doesn’t mean it’s not real. It’s time to expand our senses and discover what’s inside us, and beneath the surface.