September 25, 2015
When you can stand back and take a clear, objective look at the ego and how it thinks as well as reacts to everything, it seems so funny and childish. And yet, everything is so serious, demanding and dramatic for it. It's so easy to lose one's Self in issues, in details that become wholes and in subjective perceptions that seem objective and collective. It's amazing!
The previous is not "wrong" because commitment, passion and full devotion to our choices is essential, to be able to serve that which we do in life. What is needed is balance!
September 4, 2015
When I stand back and put everything in a wider perspective, it's obvious to me that it is not i who leads my life but an intelligence far greater than the mind can grasp.
Ιt doesn't matter whether i say "yes" or "no" to something. It's a "yes" if it's meant to be a yes, no matter what i or anyone else thinks, no matter what seems to be happening, no matter how much time is needed for the "yes" to manifest, as "time" is a conception, irrelevant to this level of perception. And no power of this world or anywhere else can change that, no matter how much is "exposed", insisting on the opposite.
August 24, 2015
Only by mastering through experience can we be truthful and helpful to others, through our own daily choices and way of living.
Fully trusting our own inner guidance, not belief systems (they are totally different in essence and vibrations), is to acquire a whole different set of thinking. It has nothing to do with our usual thought patters which are linear, based on reason and surface knowledge.
August 12, 2015
The truth is that the system (legal, financial, social...) can suck me, break me, destroy me at any moment it pleases... my ID or whatever it names as "me", that is!
But realizing that it is a system of fear, ignorance, cowardliness and myths, makes it all worthwhile, even if I stand alone.
In the land of the ego, "standing alone" is also interpreted, used and projected for self-importance, identity projection and personal gain. Each conclusion, that self-doubt comes to, makes me smile with understanding. I've been there...
August 11, 2015
We always seem to place the subject (ourselves) outside our thinking mode. This too is part of the programming. We imagine the problems to be outside and beyond our own self, whom we see as powerless, small and insignificant.
August 7, 2015
The reason things seem static around us, not moving either fast enough or according to our desires, the reason thy don't become visible/detectable is because they haven't become whole yet. We fail to see the workings of movement beyond our expectations, fixed ideas or the details the left brain/mind is used to bypassing. Many students eagerly ask me, "when will I/things change?" and I need to point out the changes that they have missed, the shifts that their mind has missed.