The guidance of yesterday is as unexpected as the previous one; the one which led me to realize that I was not to conduct retreats as I have been for many years. With that direction being clear, I have been searching for clarity about the next cycle. In that process, I found myself floundering a bit and even touched a worry place about my security. Continue reading “#29 The Surfacing of the Refuge”
Finally, a concrete movement of enough significance to focus my energy in a clear direction. The concept of releasing, letting go of what is completed or outdated is one which has been with me for many years. It is basic in the Ageless Wisdom teachings of which I am a student. Here is an example of my most recent experience demonstrating the release of an old form. Continue reading “#28 Releasing Old Forms”
Freeing myself from the molasses like strands that hold me to outworn, outdated, habitual thinking and ways of being, is much on my mind these days. We of course realize that, knowing and doing are not the same. I value them pretty much equally. Roberto Assagioli’s (founder of Psychosynthesis} caution is relevant to remember here. Continue reading “#26 Pulling Free From The Past”
It truly has been too long, waiting to reach a continuous inner calm before writing another blog. Once again, I’m reminded of the fact that, there are always ebbs and flows in my life. That achieving a desired state is momentary and then the cycle begins all over again, hopefully with some gained insight.
These past months have felt like a feverish devouring of information that was new and compelling and exciting and so stimulating. I felt as though I had fallen into some other dimensional vortex of energy which kept me enthralled. Along the way, I had passing moments of awareness that this inner frenzy of exploring new worlds and the urge to share all with any patient, kind soul willing to listen, was too much. But I kept on. Continue reading “#23 In Search of Inner Calm”
Almost every day I hear someone say something related to ‘living in the now’. Recently I had two experiences that once again moved me to reflection on this subject.