On Bodhi Day we celebrate the Buddha’s awakening. For most of us, our spiritual awakening comes piece by piece, over a period of time. Let’s look at what awakening looks like for us and how we do it.
The challenges in our lives are always a call from our own spirit and Life Itself to discover, embody and bring forward that which we have not yet discovered within ourselves; our own greater yet to be.
During Pagan times, on Halloween night, people would gather together around large bonfires, as it was believed that spirits roamed the earth. No apparition could get them if they were near the fire and each other. In the warmth of the fire and the company of each other they were safe.
Our expectations open us to possibilities that we would otherwise not see or look for. Expecting the best, and that things will work out well, creates space within us for that to unfold.
The nature of Life is opulent abundance. We see it everywhere we look—from the variety of flowers and birds to the vast star-filled sky. Yet when it comes to money, we sometimes think that there is a limit to the good in the Universe, so we hold it tightly out of fear of not having […]
When challenges arise in your life, do you sometimes feel like a victim, or that the solution is beyond your abilities? What if every challenge were actually a prayer request from your own inner being, to discover, experience and express your own greater yet to be?
How do you know for sure that Spirit is in your life, or anywhere for that matter? Join us as we explore how to recognize the Infinite wherever you are, and live in the awareness of the omnipresence of Spirit.
To pray without ceasing, is to shift our perception and witness the Infinite One within ourselves and everyone and everything. In turn, we create an opening for a fuller expression of Spirit.
Sometimes we are so caught up in our heads, that we don’t notice that everything is imbued with Spirit and that everything contains an opportunity to experience the Sacred. In Truth, every moment holds the opportunity to experience the sacredness and magnificence of life.
The way we respond to and feel about the challenges in our lives and in the world are an invitation to dive deeply into our own spiritual awareness. In those moments we need to remind ourselves of the Truth.
Some relationships are easy, and others are challenging. What if ALL relationships are a part of your spiritual path, and every one of them is here to help you discover Who We Are and Who We have Come here to Be?
Sometimes we get into judgement about our body because it doesn’t match up with our society’s ideal body. What if we are missing the point? What if instead, we honored and celebrated our body as the vehicle for us to perceive our own innate wisdom and the Wisdom of the Divine?
Do you ever feel stuck in a problem and think that there is no answer or solution? We want to know that there is a solution to our challenges, an answer to life’s difficult questions and that we are never stuck.
Memorial Day invites us to honor and celebrate the many who have gone before us and made our lives better. It also invites is to contribute in ways that make the world a better place for those who come after us.
When things in our lives or in the world seem distressing, we are being called to look below the surface and recognize the Infinite All-Good that is present. As we do so, we create space for It to come into form.