Just back from the Closing Ceremony of the White Tara Mandala at the Crow Collection of Asian Art here in Dallas. Beautiful, and it is such a blessing to have them here every year… Creating…then desecrating….reminding us of impermanence and … Continue reading
As some of you may have noticed, I have not been posting much for quite a while now…I feel a bit like I have been in hibernation, like a bear…and, I guess in many ways I have been. I have … Continue reading
In Ayurveda we say that “like increases like” If we follow this advise we can easily adjust back into a more balanced state Depending on what the problem is — stop adding the same of which you are experiencing Give your body … Continue reading
The best thing we can do to ‘improve’ our memory is to cultivate peace in meditation. It is not to do all the various ‘brain puzzles’ or games that are said to improve our memory. Once we are at peace, … Continue reading
The Natural Mind is the mind that identifies with it’s nature. My Teacher always points out to us that ‘normal’ is a mathematical measurement of frequency, and ‘natural’ is the essence or nature of something. The nature of Mind is empty … Continue reading
I have read and contemplated this ‘song’ by Milarepa many times — it is such a good reminder: …nothing to do, Other than cease fixating on self. It is funny how we can read or listen to something over and … Continue reading
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Stillness does not mean non-action… Love & Light!
So much of what we do is a re-creation of habits and conditioning… “Investigate” to find out if what you are doing is taking you in a direction you truly wish to go… Love & Light!
I have been listening to an old lecture and found this photo from Maui, which I feel would be a good one to share for these explanations from Ayurveda of the five elements…. They are, from most gross to most … Continue reading
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There are three things that cannot be hidden: the Sun, the Moon and the Truth.