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Tag Archives: awakening
I’m still reading Jan Frazier’s When Fear Falls Away. While I’m not in the weepy, bubbly place she is, I did tell my husband, who has seen tears from me maybe twice in eleven years, that my soul feels so … Continue reading
Ken Wapnick says that what we think is not the problem in our spiritual practice. The problem is that we think at all! Thinking is the process of thought-energy moving through the brain, says Ramtha, a physical process. And so … Continue reading
I don’t think we can get to the easier road until we come to appreciate the more difficult one. I know that isn’t welcome news, especially amid the mire. But I do believe that some semblance of gratitude is necessary. … Continue reading
In 2005 my long-distance friend, Jeanette, e-mailed me about a book she was reading. “I think you’d like it,” she said. That book was Gary Renard’s The Disappearance of the Universe. I know I’ve thanked Jeanette a million times for … Continue reading
For the last couple days I’ve been pulling back, focusing my attention on whatever is happening in the moment and saying to myself, “This is it. There’s no big awakening, no becoming anything. I am and have, in this moment, … Continue reading