Do You Want What You Have?

Gratitude is one of the most important practices for a seeker to have in their repertoire. This is the art of appreciation for what you already have in your life. It brings you home those times when the mind has pulled you into a lull of desire. The reason why the ego is so effectiveContinue reading “Do You Want What You Have?”

Daily Meds: Paint

Honor the spiritual teaching, but do not forget that the teaching is here to serve the student. Without you it does not exist, so to speak. It is like the old zen koan, “If a tree falls down in the woods and there is no one to hear it, does it make a sound?”. YouContinue reading “Daily Meds: Paint”

Daily Meds: Allow

Acceptance of circumstances in your outer world, especially those which you have no power to change, will promote a more fluid evolution within you. An outward flow that is initiated from the inner may also create opportunities which institute positive changes into your life. Even the allowance of the so-called bad things that happen canContinue reading “Daily Meds: Allow”

Assume [ uh-soom ]

1. to take for granted or without proof We’ve probably heard the saying, “Whenever you assume, you make an ass out of you and me.” And who could argue with this? Yet, so many do it on a daily basis. They do it because they believe it is a necessity of human function to makeContinue reading “Assume [ uh-soom ]”

Daily Meds: Compassion

The conditioning embedded in the human species is intimately connected to emotional pain. It is like a dysfunctional relationship which operates in relative harmony to keep you trapped in illusion. And this is what makes it so powerful. Like the boogie man, it seems to be lurking around every corner, which promotes fear in ourContinue reading “Daily Meds: Compassion”

Take Your Power Back

Power implies many things in our modern day society. It has both negative and positive connotations depending on who or what you are talking about. The way I would like to address it has nothing to do with establishing dominance over any person or situation. Having control in that way would mean the ego hasContinue reading “Take Your Power Back”

Daily Meds: Flow

The amazing thing about spiritual practice is that we don’t need to be forced into moments of awareness anymore. Everyday we are given the opportunity to be in conscious partnership with the source. At some times in our lives we may have been pushed to become more present through sickness, depression, break-up or some otherContinue reading “Daily Meds: Flow”

You Are The Sun

The spiritual path is a long and treacherous one at times. It can be smooth, but there can also be a lot of potholes and detours along the way. One of the most difficult parts can be recognizing when the ego rears its ugly head. What makes it such a challenge is that it hasContinue reading “You Are The Sun”

Daily Meds: Control

To be motivated by fear is a fool’s errand lured by the illusion of control. Whether it is projected inwardly or outwardly toward another person, group or life circumstance, it will always return to pain. Because every ego movement begins with pain and ends with pain. Symptoms of this condition are labeling and judgement. BeingContinue reading “Daily Meds: Control”