The inhabitable habits provide a reflection for our true Selves to shine through. The question… Will we gaze in the mirror of the Self and drink the nectar of infinite illumination?
Is… Changing Your Mind
What does it feel like when you change your mind? When you realize a belief you’re holding doesn’t hold up in a world that is expanding everyday?
What does it sound like to listen to the flow of your own rhythm getting in harmony with change?
Could it be that a growth of consciousness is happening and many youth don’t need these attachments and dogma to help them point the way to their own heart?
The constructs of religion can help us control our lower natures and… on the spiritual path if dogma keeps us separate from our true Self these beliefs must be transcended to continue our expansion. We are infinite beings in the blender of human experience. Religion isn’t what makes what’s in the blender like nectar. It’s our alignment with our heart and our commitment to our Truth that makes it sweet.
~ Thanks to Pardeep for the inspiration in this post
“The goal of meditation is not to get rid of thoughts or emotions. The goal is to become more aware of your thoughts and emotions and learn how to move through them without getting stuck.”
from: Your Brain on Meditation - http://www.mindful.org/the-science/neuroscience/your-brain-on-meditation
The character of your thoughts and emotions is reflected in the motion and level of energy in your breath. One of the first habits of a yogi is to notice the state of the breath and prana.
via – Meditation as Medicine by Dharma Singh Khalsa
Are you creating something new and worthwhile? Is your work in the world transformative? New and important “art” takes nurturing to manifest. What “art” are you nurturing?
Read more about nurturing your art at > Seth’s Blog: Nature and nurture (professional edition).
The biggest, most profound and most revolutionary shift we could move to now is to live in a world where saying hello to the grass is a sign of deepest respect and an acknowledgment of our own lack of understanding and knowledge.
- Luann Armstrong
What is it that is awake and aware in nature? A deeper understanding of the world of plants and animals opens our awareness to being – ness that is different than us and also a part of us.