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Cultivating Peace through Mindful Pauses of Meditation Inner peace leads to outer peace. Our personal attitude of peace is a joint principle of non-harming (ahimsa) and acceptance of others. The only path to this mindset is Love.  While fear, hatred, and violence are infectious, so is peace. The surest way toward a peaceful world, is …
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Life is a dance into the Unknown.  How are we to know what each day may hold for us?  I am sure each of us have experienced waking up with a set mind of how the day will turn out…and then the unexpected happens, which could be something incredible as a new job, a new …
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Just as no one has ever seen a star, only the vibration of light that has been streaming from it for thousands and thousands of years, no person has ever perceived God directly…except understanding of the Absolute that lives within each of us as an individual Being of Light. Our individual Self is Awesome.  Perfect.  …
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Friends, in my course of study of language and the use of one’s words, I was blessed yesterday to have one of those glorious “A ha moments.” I was blessed with a “flash” or a sudden insight of how Faith, Love and our use of Words function together to create the life we live. In …
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Metaphysics is a knowledge of reality…one in which we come to understand that there is no true reality, except for what our mind perceives.   To best equip the mind with Truthful knowledge, we as Spiritual Warriors must develop the ability to straddle two entirely different forms of reality…one being our spiritual selves, and the other …
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Life happens only in the present moment.  We learn from our yesterdays to make plans for our tomorrows, but we can only act in the present moment.  Your reality is NOW.  It is what it is.  So if you are not enjoying this present moment, relax…a new moment is only a second away!  Moment to …
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The science of Ayurveda, an ancient Indian tradition of healing, defines perfect health as “bodilessness.”  This is a personal state of well-being that allows one to float through the day effortlessly while experiencing joy and passion in all activities and tasks.  Yoga and/or meditation practice helps to align one with this condition of effortlessness. The …
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Windy day meditations can incorporate the power of change. To embrace Nature’s power, sit by an open window…(bundle up if it is chilly) and accept the wind as a metaphorical “spirit companion.”  Imagine yourself harnessing all that energy to blow through and with you, to remove your mental clutter.  The winds of change can be …
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Many of us know and appreciate the value of meditation time, or allowing ourselves to find inner peace through yoga, or the quiet to be enjoyed while in communion with Nature.  What we struggle with, is bringing “that Peace” into the rest of our lives. Moments after a yoga class, we may leave the building, …
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Ancient Eastern philosophers discovered through millennia of observing and meditating that we live in two very different worlds simultaneously.  This belief is now apparent as reality presented by theories in Quantum physics.  The material world of name and form, which we experience with our five sense perceptions, is a manifested, finite world of complex fluctuations.  …
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