Month: <span>May 2010</span>

Where?

Life flows Where does the river flow? we know where it’s going Why do we always ask? do we think we can control the river? do we think we need to control the river? Just …

Sinking in a Dream

The Cosmic dream bubble broke, and I sank in the sea-heart. The little bubble of my perception sank in the Infinite. I bounded over creation’s dream waves; my bosom heaved in the sea; I breathed …

What Happens?

What happens when we remember our pain and tell a story of what went wrong? What happens when we remember our joys and smile at everyone we meet? What happens when we remember who we …

The Story Tells a Story

If you’ve done any self-work to any depth, you’ve undoubtedly run into our story-telling nature. We love a good story. But sadly, we also like lousy stories, stories that bring us pain and sadness. People …

Memory Continues

Last month I spoke of the subtler values of Memory, what is called Smriti in Sanskrit. We could say consciousness is remembering itself through us. Reality is structured in the core intelligence of being. But …

The Barn Dance

Recently, my writing group had the opportunity to get pre-release copies of James Twyman’s upcoming book The Barn Dance. (September release date) I have mixed feelings about Twyman’s work. His film Moses Code was a …

Peace

“Peace is not something you wish for; it’s something you make, something you do, something you are, something you give away.” — Robert Fulghum Author of All I Really Needed to Know I Learned in …

Change Control?

Last night, former US President Bill Clinton spoke in town. Evidently, he gave a wide-ranging talk on a number of global issues. On Haiti, his current project, he spoke in essence of the “teach a …

Lost Purpose

Spiritual writers often talk a lot about subjects like ego identification and the suffering that results from it. We may get the sense that ego is bad, but this is a misunderstanding of its role …

4 Levels of Purpose

Recently, I wrote about Intention and Purpose. In comments I touched on Jyotish. Today in a discussion with a friend, they mentioned the Vedic 4 arenas of life and a web site. The site turned …

Disasters

When a disaster strikes, either natural or man made, we may find ourselves feeling helpless and at the mercy of chance. We may feel compelled to act, perhaps through donation. But we may also want …

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