Balance allows Transformation

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Life founds spiritual evolution on the cycle of growth: balance, dissolution, growth, integration, and return to balance. You can also see these as maintenance, destruction, creation, and a return to maintenance. Transformation and reintegration are founded on the starting point. Growth builds on the prior balance. Life moves in steps like this so the refined aspects of our being can be sustained. We’re able to integrate the changes progressively, even if they feel like a stretch sometimes. Dust may obscure things temporarily but the fine feelings remain intact. Our various aspects can be at different points on the growth cycle. … Continue Reading…

Updates

I recently read a great article on author web sites and realized the book and I were still semi-invisible and there were a few other issues with this site. The visibility has been upped, the banner changed, the tag line replaced, and a new “presentation” style of home page is added. The sidebar has been simplified and a link to the book added, the menu simplified with recommendations merged, a footer section added, and more. I also need a new head shot as the beard is off again. Took it off for full advantage of the Abhyanga (oleation massage) during … Continue Reading…

The Pace of Change

Many people experience the world speeding up. This is partly an effect of our perception of time. As we shift through the decades, our metabolism gradually slows and time seems to go by faster*. This causes the pace of change to seem to increase. However, technology is also speeding up change. Many of us have seen the demise of steno pools, switchboard operators, typists, telex operators, and more. Contacting people in another city has shifted from “snail mail” and “long distance” to nearly instant global communications. Thomas Frey predicted 5 years ago that half of all current jobs will disappear … Continue Reading…

The Flavours

I meet with, retreat with, and correspond with a variety of people who are awake, some very much so. As I mentioned in the Sofia panel discussion, I’ve found people tend to become more unique and distinctive with the falling away of personal identity. Even the person becomes unbound. What this means is a huge variety in the “flavour” of unfolding. Some find their outer life changes little. They continue in the same scenario but are with it differently. Nothing changes but everything changes. For others, the outer life may change distinctly. They may be led into a different work … Continue Reading…