And what might happen if we tried something new I have one of those friends I’ve never met. His name is Harry. I love Harry because he can see me, because he shares his wisdom w/ a dash of humor that is sometimes peppery. He makes me laugh *just* when I need it. His response to this post On Being All Grow’d up and Afraid of the dark was ‘self-compassion’. He’s absolutely right. But we have this thing, this stupid human trick, that we’ve relied upon for a long, long time.
The Self We Share Thirst is angry with water. Hunger bitter with bread. The cave wants nothing to do with the sun. This is dumb, the self- defeating way we’ve been. A gold mine is calling us into its temple. Instead, we bend and keep picking up rocks from the ground. Every thing has a shine like gold, but we should turn to the source! The origin is what we truly are. I add a little vinegar to the honey I give. The bite ofscolding makes ecstasy more familiar. But look, fish, y
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That line comes from Dan Millman’s Sacred Journey of the Peaceful Warrior. Here, Mama Chia is reminding Dan that really, seriously, we don’t need to do anything. Period. It annoys us humans–particularly those w/ amazing gifts, to think that we don’t need to, or in fact, should not DO something. I bring this up because as England burns amid other violence, there has been a repeated call among those of the proclaimed Lightworker (I’m really not quite sure what that means thes
Every now and again, I feel the need to get a taste of my own medicine. When I do that, I click around and find out when and where Panache Desai is going to be. This time it was Black Mountain, North Carolina. What’s little road trip? Only seven hours between here and there, right? Yup. Something like that. Seven hours to drive for an energetic ass-kicking. Let me divert a bit with a little back-story. I first saw Panache about a year ago. He ‘accidentally’ showed up
There are those who think of me as ‘merely’ naive when it comes to things of spirit. Here, I ask they consider their own limitation of expression that appears bound by others’ ideas & ideals. The string of logic posed by quite a few is that I’ve not studied spiritualism, metaphysics, any aspect of any religion, and not living/speaking/healing/BE-ing within the bounds of someone else’s playbook. I’ve not sought out sages or saddhus, not read from mystics and mages, not wors