This is a book of poems born of the realization in the moment of the nearness of the Beloved and the reality of our Oneness with that supreme, sacred Presence and the joy that realization gives. From 1970 to 1973, David Spangler was the co-director of the Findhorn Foundation Community in rthern Scotland. Every morning, the community would meet in the main Sanctuary for a time of communal meditation and sharing to start the day's activities. For awhile, David was asked to come up with a spontaneous, short saying each day to open the time of meditation. What seemed appropriate to him was to try to attune to and express what he felt was the spiritual rhythm of that day, hence the name Rhythms for these short poems. They are t affirmations in any traditional sense. If anything they are songs of joy and remembrance of who we are.