Monthly Archive: August 2015

Aug 30

Two Monks Carry Woman

Zen Buddhist story http://users.skynet.be/lotus/story/story-en.htm Two monks, going to a neighbouring monastery, walked side by side in silence. They arrived at a river they had to cross. That season, waters were higher than usual. On the bank, a young woman was hesitating and asked the younger of the two monks for help. He exclaimed, ‘Don’t you …

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Aug 30

All-Knowing Silence

Connecting with that deep, inner silence and inner peace is connecting with the Divine Universe. It is the experience of the Mystic, going from learning and studying to BE-ing. Personally, my most profound experiences of Silence have been during the practice of Zhan Zhuang (Standing Tree) Qigong, or they followed sessions of chanting (which is …

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Aug 23

Ho’oponopono – From Forgiveness to Divinity

This is an older interview with Dr Hew Len, the man who (with Joe Vitale) popularized the forgiveness practice with Hawaiian roots called Ho’oponopono. I like this quote from his website. It corresponds so perfectly with so many other traditions and teachings, including A Course In Miracles, that basically asserts our purpose in life is …

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Aug 16

A Sufi, a Monk, and a Rabbi

No, A Sufi, A Monk, and A Rabbi is not the opening line of a joke, it’s a great discussion with three wise people from different spiritual traditions!   I debated on sharing this one only because of the length. In the end, the speakers won. I love that a Rabbi, a Priest, and a …

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Aug 09

Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev – Mystic Wisdom

“Jaggi Vasudev, commonly known as Sadhguru, is an Indian yogi, mystic, philanthropist and author of over 100 titles in 8 different languages. He founded the Isha Foundation, a non-profit organisation which offers yoga programs around the world, including India, United States, England, Lebanon, Singapore, Canada, Malaysia, Uganda, China, Nepal and Australia “At the age of …

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