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CONNECTION

When your life feels too smalland your path becomes lonely,those around you are strangersand facing tomorrowis a mountain to climb,Remember the small things;the face of a babya break in the cloudsa flower in full bloom.Can you find somethingin your imperfect … Continue reading

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Loss Has Already Transfigured Your Life Into An Altar

You will lose everything – Jeff Foster You will lose everything. Your money, your power, your fame, your success, perhaps even your memories. Your looks will go. Loved ones will die. Your body will fall apart. Everything that seems permanent … Continue reading

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Your Incredible fullness – by Jeff Foster

Do not reject a sense of rejection, or abandon a feeling of abandonment. Do not resist your resistance, or run away from the urge to run away. Do not make sadness sad by leaving it, or enrage anger by disconnecting. … Continue reading

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Rainer Maria Rilke – The last Sonnet To Orpheus

Transcribed from a reading by Joanna Macy This poem holds all the gifts of uncertainty, pain and suffering. Yes gifts! Quiet friend who has come so far, Feel how your breathing makes more space around you. Let this darkness be … Continue reading

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Invoking The Beloved

I sit cross-legged in deep reverence I feel a slight loosening of the bands that tie me to my ego’s trivial reality, as my heart begins to open to you, my beloved. Waves of emotion begin to flow through me. … Continue reading

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Words from Chameli Ardagh & David Whyte.

Longing for the real: It requires an awesome vulnerability to step out of the numbing comfort of casualness, out of the confinement of the small me-plan,
 finding yourself trembling in the unknown land 
beyond the limits of who you have … Continue reading

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