Category: inspiration

Four Rainbows

Look at what appeared in my Muskoka room just now: The above text from:

The Nature of Consciousness – a video by Deepak Chopra

If you are interested in the question “what is consciousness?”, you HAVE TO watch this short video. I plan on transcribing each of Deepak’s words so I can meditate on it; especially the part that what we observe is what materializes.

How to find your Compassion

Take care in what you do…everything you say, do, even think, sends out a ripple…sometimes, with wide-reaching effects. Take a moment and breathe before you react or respond. It can make all the difference for you and those around you. It can give you… Continue Reading “How to find your Compassion”

When the Going Gets Tough

I had breakfast with a dear friend yesterday. We talked about a lot of stuff. We talked about our relationships and our jobs (mine is the unpaid kind). We talked about getting older and the changes that brings. And we talked about how at… Continue Reading “When the Going Gets Tough”

Creative work

Creative work is…a gift to the world and every being in it. Don’t cheat us of your contribution. Give us what you’ve got.    – Steven Pressfield, The War of Art

Be You

Our job in this lifetime is not to shape ourselves into some ideal we imagine we ought to be, but to find out who we already are and become it. – Steven Pressfield in The War of Art

Patiently Waiting

There is nothing I need to do, now that I’ve surrendered. Now that I’ve opened my hands and heart to receive. Now that I trust what I know will come.   I am now patiently waiting for the next clue to appear. And, it… Continue Reading “Patiently Waiting”

Living Big and Brave

I have a question for you, dear reader.  What would it look like if you were living Big and Brave? Maybe you already are. Please, do tell. Please tell me about what your life is like, or would be like, living Big and Brave.  

On Rising by Rian Kerfoot

Another post about the challenging times in our lives and how we make it through, one day at a time, and while holding on to a vision of our innate nature. We are already WHOLE!