Monday, February 21, 2011

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

EASTER: The Ultimate in Self-Acceptance

---When we think of Easter…I wonder where it is that our attention goes? Is it to eggs and bunnies hopping around? Or, does it go to the cross? Is it Christ being raised from the dead? Or, your thoughts may go to something that I’ve never heard.

---As I see it, the resurrection is the next step in the progression of being yourself. It is accepting yourself on another level that when death is NOT interfered happens naturally. Then it is another step in the growth process.
---Just as a seed must die to become the plant within. The acorn ‘’dies’’ to take root and becomes the tree that is potentially always inside. Humans become the love that is inside. That is why ‘’the love you take is equal to the love you make.’’
---The key that we see running through all of this is that the person becomes more and more integrated and becomes what he/she is slated to become. In humans we see that what actually dies is ones ego or false sense of self and he/she becomes more and more what he/she really is.
---He or she is truly love. It makes much more sense learning the ways of love-by loving and things of that nature then trying to mentally figure this all out. You will understand love by being loving; not by logically trying to suss it out. By adding personalities and emotionalism you just complicate the issue. You end up confusing more than clarifying. Take Care.


The Ultimate in Self-Acceptance

Tuesday, February 15, 2011



---Being uncomfortable, emotionally or physically, is NOT necessarily a bad thing. Today, instead of wishing for a better space or more compassionate people around you, accept things as they are. When you do, you will quickly realize that they are not nearly as unbearable as you thought. You have been underestimating your ability to go with the flow. You are much more flexible than you may have thought.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011


The ''BEAUTY''

---We want to see commiseration in a positive light instead of the negative connotation that it now has. We see commiseration as essentially two people getting together and ''bitching'' about something. They are usually running, whatever it is, into the ground.
---The thing or situation doesn't really stand a chance when this negative onslaught begins, but, if NOT acted upon and they are expressing real emotion, then they are ''just'' clearing out their insides - Maybe, even for something more positive. This seems to be a good
---We must remember this - ''Two Negatives Make A Positive.'' This also works in Human Behavior. Two people, even being very negative, will find their ''agreeing'' to be positive. They now have a ''bond'' between them.
---In the telling of the way they see it, they should be ''saying'' the Truth, eventually, and are speaking from their own voice. The ''Truth will be that which sets them free.''
---This is the way you are following how you really feel. Through this complete denial of the way it is seen, you are then seeing it very clearly, yourself. It Is in this same way that Krishnamurti says that Negative thinking, (Negating ALL Things,) is the highest form of intelligence.