In part 6, Wayne Teasdale and Ken Wilber talk about how to make sense of all the different techniques and practices that are available in order to create an authentic path for yourself. They also talk about what all the paths have in common. The path that’s right for you will be one that resonates… Continue reading Mystic Heart 6 – Picking a Path
Last time we looked at the importance of taking responsibility based on Susan Jeffers’ Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway. I’m sharing my notes on the book to help in my quest to dredge the fears from my unconscious. Thanks to Pluto and Saturn transiting my 12th house, all sorts of stuff has been… Continue reading Feel the Fear: Making a Whole Life Chart
This week I’m re-reading Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway by Susan Jeffers, the self-help classic published way back in 1987. I read it many years ago and it inspired me to turn my life around and create a more positive approach. But recently, Pluto entered my 12th house and all sorts of old… Continue reading Review: Feel the Fear & Do it Anyway
“This is the true joy in life, the being used for a purpose recognised by yourself as a mighty one, the being a force of nature instead of a feverish selfish little clod of ailments and grievances complaining that the world will not devote itself to making me happy. I am of the opinion that… Continue reading May your splendid torch burn bright…
“We cannot understand – not yet – but we can see how the more we lose our sense of separateness in the knowledge of the oneness of all living creatures, millions of small leaves on the one single tree of life, the more we shall lose our sense of self-importance, and so be liberated from… Continue reading Don’t be like Gollum!
The Three Jewels of Buddhism are also known as the Three Refuges because when you commit to a spiritual practice you can take what’s called the Refuge Vow. This is where you take refuge in the Three Jewels to support and guide you on the path of liberation from suffering. The Three Jewels are: The… Continue reading Spiritual Glossary: The Three Jewels
“Quiet time alone, contemplation, prayer, music, a centring line of thought or reading, of study or work. It can be physical or intellectual or artistic, any creative life proceeding from oneself. It need not be an enormous project or a great work. But it should be something of one’s own. Arranging a bowl of flowers… Continue reading The Gifts of Solitude and Turning Inwards