200 Days of Meditation
We are tricked into identifying with who we THINK we are. That is our downfall because we have categorized ourselves into a certain compartment of society. Which is why we get upset when the outside world goes against what we know as truth. This is by design and is...read more
The way we think that the world see's us, is false.........but we continue to live our lives based on this falsehood. This leads to suffering. Consciousness makes no assumptions.read more
Is it enough just to be? Being is just that......BEING......We are not human becomings. We are human beings. To be, means that we always were, and that we always are. We are in this moment. The ideas of this world, has us form...read more
Waking up into the space of the true Self is the same as walking into the gates of heaven alive and fully conscious in this physical body.read more
.....its ok to have those thoughts. Its only when you start to identify yourself with them, that you become them. When hunger arises, it is to be percieved, as a state of mind or being that comes and goes. For when one identifies with "being hunger", it...read more
The most important question you will ever ask yourself is WHO AM I?
Am I the collection of happenings from the past, the filter of interpretations of the present, and the anticipation of whats to come in the future?
Then, who is it that we really are? Well, all I can say is that this question starts making more sense when one gets good at being the observer and asking the question……
Who is that consciousness that is asking the question of “who is the consciousness that is observing the observer within me”?
What we were trained to think and the ideas that confine the true essence of who and what we are, pales in comparison to truly seeing what we are a part of and are participating in, the act of life, living, and being.read more
REACTING vs. RESPONDING and HAVING THOUGHTS vs. THE ACT OF CONSCIOUSLY THINKING.read more