Peace, if You want it.

There’s an old saying: Peace begins within. But peace is also something we have to choose. It doesn’t begin if we don’t start. After we stop, that is. 😉 As Velcrow Ripper, the maker of …

Breaking Inertia

Inertia is a natural state of energy. In Sanskrit, they use the term Tamas. When in motion, it is known as Rajas. But they also have a third state known as Sattva, generally translated as …

Necessary Expectation

I’ve had a couple of interesting conversations recently around expectation. I’m written on expectations before for a variety of reasons. Expectations can be a cause of suffering and a barrier to awakening. Yet they are …

The Leading Edge

The consequences of Quantum Physics theory are still unfolding. As theorists explore the implications of various discoveries, further exploration takes place seeking proofs. Some scientists question if this is really science as some of the …

Scale

Here’s something to give you an idea of the scale of our universe – to the limits of current science. http://htwins.net/scale/index.html There’s a link to a “swirly” version at the bottom if you want to …

My-Stery

I was amused by a little word play during a talk I heard yesterday. They said the Mystery of life was in my story. The Mystery was My story. Not so much mystery when we’re …

Remember This

Memory is a very curious thing. While it’s a dominant aspect of our experience, science does not yet understand it. We can trigger memories from the brain but they’re not actually stored in the brain. …

Pamela’s Story

Pamela Wilson is a teacher from the Ramana lineage. I’ve not yet heard her give satsang but have heard she’s very heart-based. She woke with Neelam whom I have met. A friend of mine sent …

Anita’s Love

A friend sent me an interview with Anita Moorjani. This reflected beautifully on the recent theme of Value. Most of us have spiritual experiences as a result of a practice or circumstance. But occasionally, someone …

Self Value

Recently, I wrote of Core Values and their usefulness in being conscious of our drivers. What’s important to us and how that can help us make decisions. Today, this lead to an interesting discussion on …