Come To Jesus

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The light within your darkness.

Waking The Infinite

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Where I live, and maybe where you do too, the locals use this term to describe the experience of radical self-honesty as a “come to Jesus” moment. Maybe you know this kind of moment. I know that in my life, the most moving and liberating moments have been when I have been able to reach this place. It has almost always been one where I become very honest with myself about how I was seeing the world and relating to it. It is being willing to see things as they are in order that what is not aligned within us gets rewritten, changed, or redeemed.

I write a lot about how the process of releasing old stored material essentially IS this very thing. It can sometimes sound mechanistic when I try to explain it with descriptions of the energy body, electromagnetic fields and all the rest. All of that does…

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The WHO

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The rule breakers wanting a challenge.

The wild in need of an adventure.

The explorers in search of an environment.

The wanderers approaching an escape.

The controlled in a mission to find an outlet.

The curious seeking a new experiment.

The lonely souls destined for a fresh start.

The lost trying to blend in and belong.

The fearless who followed their gut.

 

 

 

Who are you to judge these people? Who are you to question their interests or behaviors? Who are you to stereotype appearances and actions? Who are you to speak on their circumstance or situation?

Well, you’re one of them, once were or developing to be. We are all so similar yet different, We are a community and we are all connected. The most beautiful thing about those listed above, is they follow their gut without a care in the world. They are so much themselves it intimidates those in their surrounding. We choose to judge them because we envy their carelessness in wanting to fit in and their lack in needing approval.

Why are they judged for taking a chance, thinking on their own and discovering something new. Who is to say self exploration and self experiments are for those who are crazy or lost?  Who defines the guide lines and decides the wrong doings? Can you judge or speak on something with no trial or true word on the subject? Who decides for themselves?

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Those who took a chance on an experience to risk yourself and judgements.  You dip your toe in the dark water, step into unfamiliar grounds, follow your pleasures and dive into the unknown. There is something so refreshing of not knowing how something is going to work out or affect you. It is a scary but beautiful thing, giving your all to an experience which you have no control over… Isn’t that what discovery and our journey is all about?

Going in blind, senseless, numb, broken, strong, weak or fearless eases the strain through new dimensions. You travel through the built up walls, break past your ego and taste temptation for all its worth. Being destroyed leads to re-creation. Being lost inside leads to a new lifeline, journey or world. We shed ourselves of the history, layer, images and build up. We strip down the stereotypes, ideals, opinions and criticism of others to be ourselves so outwardly and purely, to where no outside existence can break us or stop us from what we are desired to be.

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” The Grand Canyon is the perfect example of beauty of erosion. Over thousand of years that amazing formation of rock devolved in to what it is today- a fabulous spectacle of nature’s artwork. You too are a work of erosion. While we sometimes think of erosion as a bad thing because it is the wearing away of something, there is beauty in it too. And ultimately, if we evolve as a devolve, we become beautiful works of art as well..”

A fresh spark to amp our current state. Why label those you don’t understand, that would make you ignorant. We are reinventing, recycling, renewing, revitalizing, recreating and rejuvenating our own world, on the inside, outside or where ever you belong.

We are in charge of our light, purpose, role, health and strength. We need to be the best form of ourselves, following our soul purpose and spirited path so others will radiate with us on the way.  Building together with others, shaping ourselves, directing paths, sharing positivity and becoming a community. Find yourself to find the world, find the beauty in yourself to find the beauty in others, embrace your energy and the energy of others. Life is reactive and reflective. You construct your outer world with supportive humans. You command your inner being and control your mindset.

Be you. Be beautiful. Be vibrant. Be blessed.

Be the Love.

NAMASTE

The sun kisses the trees

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I love my life too much to waste my energy and time “hating” someone or something so purely.
Life is too precious to devote such negativity. Living free, worrying less and opening environments. No one is an enemy, objects pass if not favored. Never an obstacle or battle.

Flow from a centered mind. Relaxed movements, guiding you to fate. Feelings of ease provides insight. Pushing through the body,actions from inside. Stimulating the mind to breeze on by. Never forcing anything that doesn’t feel right, taking chances on what feels natural and most meaningful. Finding yourself by you’re strengths and weaknesses.

Channeling in on what makes your best self and not by the judgements of others. Agree to disagree, never a closed statement. Bridges never burnt, relations always settled. Learning through memories, struggles and sorrows.

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Everything is an experience, educated through actions and mistakes. Constructive criticism only, programmed to smile and be strong in every situation.

Always expanding the mind, body and soul. Mindfulness always present. Understanding yourself to understand others. Respect for yourself, humbled achievements, blessed from success and gratefulness of life’s reward.

An appreciation of life, love only giving and souls consuming. Forever grasping the meanings of who we are and why we are here.

 

NAMASTE

Mission: Keep It Simple

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Do What's Right

It’s only a dark secret to those who close their eyes.

I’ve had a few ask me how to discern their mission in accordance to what I teach here. It’s not that hard. Keep in mind that I’ve often said there is nothing wrong with using ordinary Aristotelian logic where the Spirit remains silent. That translates down to this: If you aren’t driven by conviction to take one path or another, feel free to use your own best logic to choose. This is why we cannot neglect the development of that lower form of reason. It has its place. It cannot provide executive decisions about what really matters in this world because it is not capable of grappling with revelation and morals, but it does just fine with abstracting and implementing what revelation requires. Reason was given by God to serve the Spirit, so sharpen your service by developing your…

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Not Ready?

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I needed this today. Thank you for your beautiful message.

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If you are not ready,
it does not matter.
Readiness comes in its time.
Until then, we point
to external reasons our
life is not what we
want it to be–work, not
enough money, wrong spouse,
childhood trauma; the list
is endless. Yet there comes
a time when we are ready
to let go, to lay it all down.

This happens when we finally
know we know
a knowing of the soul
not of the mind
no one can tell you how
for when you are ready,
it will happen,
the final switch is made.
You are at peace
blessed serenity
full of soft edges
allowing life to
happen with no resistance.

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You Are Invited to the Greatest Blog Party Since the Last Greatest Blog Party

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The Little Engine that Couldn't

That’s right, it’s time for another blog party, and it’s going to be awesome.

But what is a blog party, you may ask? Well, there are two definitions:

  1. An excuse for me to not to write a complete post.
  2. When a group of bloggers write about a certain theme/subject/prompt/whatever and link back to the blogger who hosted the “party.” The host then links back to each blogger who participated in his/her own separate post. This way, everyone benefits from an increase in traffic, and they’re introduced to other bloggers they never would’ve met otherwise. Basically, everyone benefits.

Still confused? Click on this and this. Hopefully, things should be cleared up.

The topic for this blog party is:

Write the worst story you can possibly write.

Excited? You better be. For this, you have to write a story that you know for a fact is terrible and unsatisfying, with bizarre…

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Finding Your People

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We are one in the same. Check points and contributors to this created reality.

The Waiting

I have always liked thinking about the relative simplicity of early humans. I imagine that they lacked the need to organize their peers into little piles like we do today: best friends, colleagues, schoolmates, hated enemies, people they drank with, people they prayed with. There was no hustle and bustle to meet with the disparate groups at dumb meetings. All the human interaction our distant relatives needed could be found within their clans.

The clan just was. In the day-to-day task of survival, there was no time or necessity to look for others outside it who you could “identify” with better or who would support your idealized image of yourself. You were too busy inventing fire, not because you wanted to patent it, but because you needed it to survive. There was no “unfriending” if someone looked at you weird or said something that ran counter to your view of…

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Spiritual Children – Bars And Melody – No Bullies

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Our spirit has no age limit.

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Every now and then the most powerful angels, the ones that walk the earth, shine an indisputable light of love and healing. An abundance of spiritual energy penetrates through the thick fog of negativity and darkness to reach us, uplift us and transcend us. The human spirit connects with the divine bringing the light down to earth.

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Musical duo Bars & Melody aka, Charlie 15 ( left of photo ) and Leondre 13 perform, “Hope” by Twista and Faith Evans, with Leondre rewriting some of the lyrics to suit his own situation of dealing with bullies at school.

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Friendly escapes to freedom.

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This is my inner release of my mind, body and soul.

A relief from this wild life and escape from the ego.

An explanation of my spirit and entry to the world.

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I believe in the sparkle of one’s spirit.

I believe everyone is so quirky and unique.

I believe I can love and experience everyone differently, yet special.

I believe there’s a part of you in everyone and we help each other become our full potential.

I believe there’s a special reaction to your energy, passion and others.

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I believe you feel more intensely when you experience a person, place, smell, image or memory.. which makes you who you are.

I believe you remember certain memories so vividly because you truly felt alive and full of emotion.

I believe true passions are found in your childhood.

I believe we are shaped by early aspirations, joys, habits, hobbies and frequencies.

I believe we lose track of who we are when we let world define and judge us, to be lost is to be free and to dream is to fly.

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I believe the most honest beings are elders, children and animals, with a simplistic reality of the world.

I believe there is a universal truth of peace, love and equality.

I believe love, discovery and reflection is our sent journey from a higher power.

I believe animals, nature, astrology and weather are all in tune and we the humans are responsible for admiration and appreciation

I believe in the beauty in a flowers bloom, leaves color changing, storm’s ending rainbow, sparkling through trees and the sunsets transforming glow.


Enjoy the simple aspects of your life. Focus on the elements which create your happiness.

Be who you want to be without a care in the world.

Act out the art in your heart.

Inspire the world and share your light!

NAMASTE

Clarence’s clarity

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What setting allows us to sink into our own happiness? What barriers do we break through for our clarity? Sometimes you endure a problem to realize you can’t stay sane. Sometimes you need time to pause and recharge. Surrendering in Savasana (corpse pose or laying down) to find your peace of mind.


 

This past Friday at work, my boss and I were alerted that a co-worker had a seizure and isn’t breathing. We rushed into the warehouse to a dear friend, Clarance on the ground, non responsive. His body laid limp and lifeless as we surrounded him with blank stares. The situation was almost eerie, he looks so serene while medics are pumping and contracting his chest. He was at peace, floating to heavens gate. There’s was nothing the medics or employees could do to revitalize his body.

 

Clarence’s death was a hard concept to grasp. So sudden and silent. The sweet man who graced me with his presence and stories was gone. He would come back to the shop just to say hi, tell us about his bowling tournament or mishap his dog got into. His eyes would perk up every time he would be asked on those topics, he wouldn’t stop smiling either. He found joy in the little things and always went out of his way to share his happiness with us.

His last moments and our previous conversation controlled my mind until I had enough, and decided to leave work early.

On my drive home from work I saw a man laying outside a building in the grass. His eyes were softly shut and his smile was wide. What was this strange man doing? Why is he strange? Why is no one telling him to move or seeing if he is okay? Why am I judging him for taking time out of his day? What caused his rest in the sun and life? Why couldn’t I be comfortable with being myself and embracing the outdoors. I was so envious it brought judgement…

 

 

"At the root of all our fears lies the fear of death. How would our lives feel different if we died before we die? The power of Savasana, or corpse pose, lies in its ability to teach us how to surrender at the deepest levels. We will align our bodies in Savasana in ways that encourage the deepest relaxation at every level of our being. Partner Yoga poses, Thai Massage and other embodiment practices will empower us to go beyond fear and resistance to rest in the eternal aspects of our being. By exploring our relationship with death in a safe and sacred context, we will be empowered to live our lives more fully and openly."

“At the root of all our fears lies the fear of death. How would our lives feel different if we died before we die? The power of Savasana, or corpse pose, lies in its ability to teach us how to surrender at the deepest levels. We will align our bodies in Savasana in ways that encourage the deepest relaxation at every level of our being. Partner Yoga poses, Thai Massage and other embodiment practices will empower us to go beyond fear and resistance to rest in the eternal aspects of our being. By exploring our relationship with death in a safe and sacred context, we will be empowered to live our lives more fully and openly.”

 

When we lay down we are at ease, we are deciding to soften to the comfort of our frame. Whether we are in a hospital bed, lovers bed, family’s bed or a bed of flowers… There is something significance to this position and I wanted to further explore it.

I was so confused why God took such a simplistic and special person so early. How just the day before he was talking my ear off about him and his wife’s wedding anniversary party. It was so precious to see his excitement to celebrate with loved ones and anticipation of the life event shared with his wife. It made me so sad to realize, I will never get the opportunity to chat with him or participate in his joy’s of life.

I wanted to escape, not think or be upset anymore. I took my dog and went for a walk around the golf course. I found a nice patch of grass, sprawled out in savasana and shut my eyes to the world.

 

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I thought of the little things that contributed to my tranquil landscape. How escaping my mind meant taking in Nature and letting Nature’s essence calm me.

There’s beauty in escaping to an open field and experiencing God’s surroundings. There is something so satisfying about resting your body on top of the soft grass, feeling the breeze brush you and the sun light kissing your face. Knowing that in this moment there is no hurt, hate, negativity or pressure to break your mindfulness.

I looked to the sky’s bright clouds and saw the suns rays sparkling through. Almost as if my inner and outer light was reaching me, letting me know there is hope.  I found clarity in knowing he’s in Heaven and God wanted him early for a reason. I was thankful for his presence in my life, my escaping tranquility of life and my time on Earth.


 

This post is dedicated to Clarence.

I will no longer mourn his death, but appreciate the lessons learned and energy absorbed.

I will give more time for savasana, adoring nature, playing with my dog, participating in my passions and sharing the joys in my life.

 

REST IN PEACE. 

NAMASTE.