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This morning’s meditation found a desire for light to balance all the deep dark beauty of the black flame’s bourgeoning throughout the holyfractalgram. The equality of light and dark, night and day speaks breathes yin and yang amid the Tslagi performed … Continue reading
I’m in the middle of reading Brené Brown’s Daring Greatly wherein she speaks in a psycho-social manner about vulnerability and shame. It’s good stuff as far as it goes. I see her work as laying a kind of groundwork for the radical shift in … Continue reading
Morning dawns … a fresh day, renewed renewing inner arising brings the clear inner light and quiet of Silence the sounding board of Life sincerity quickens the soul with a love of truth that surpasses all understanding — everything is … Continue reading
There is a simple map for the journey from here to Here. There is no distance between us and what we want and need most to live fully: our Self. To travel the non-distance to NowHere, enter in, intrepid heart, … Continue reading
Why would i ever cling to so fragile a thing as a thought? It all comes to naught. Wisps of mist tendered thin on heaven scent wind breathing life without strife. But to defy we reify and deify this thing … Continue reading
There is such loveliness and challenge in being given the tasks of LightHearted Living! LHL, lol! Yet I am also deeply moved by the suffering and the challenges of my fellow LHBeing, those with whom I am honored to meet, … Continue reading
Our associative mind works in wondrous ways! This morning the Paul McCarney song “Live and Let Die” came in to my consciousness as I was considering Good Friday and the amazing Easter Mystery that Jesus walked through. The encouragement to … Continue reading
A very difficult part of our process is the recognition of how much pain we are in and how much we resist the pain we have or ever getting hurt again. Our inner contraction away, our not paying attention to … Continue reading
Why are we here? What is the purpose of our existing? What is the meaning of life? How can these questions support our everyday living? For the most part, we don’t have these questions as a part of our lives, … Continue reading