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“To look on all with large and tranquil eyes”

Originally posted on Lab of Evolution:
Sri Aurobindo explained in one of his letters on yoga (see book by the same title, a big compilation put together by selecting extracts of letters to various disciples and grouping them under broad…

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Let It Go

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The ability to live in the Present Moment depends upon your ability to let go and forgive yourself. Continue reading

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“Why Me?” Asks Your Shadow

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Now is a great time to do Shadow Work, and even Lightworkers need to do it more than once. Continue reading

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The Irony of Life, Part 32: Being Thankful

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“For all of us, let’s take a moment on Thanksgiving Day to fill our hearts with the timeless power of gratitude for our healthy future” Brian Hill, spiritual astrologer. Continue reading

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The Irony of Life, Part 30: Accepting Loss

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It’s in our willingness to accept our loss that we heal. Continue reading

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The Irony of Life, Part 27: Journey of the Eagle

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The Pandemic can be seen as the world experiencing a time-out so that each player can decide which team he wants to suppport: Love? or Hate? Continue reading

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The Irony of Life, Part 11: Grieving

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It took a week of hassles to quit crying and get myself back. Continue reading

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Conscious Creation, Part 4: Feel Good!

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People say, “Don’t worry, be happy,” and we answer, “How can I feel happy when…”  But the truth is, we can train our minds to focus on the good, no matter what comes our way. Continue reading

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Hitting the Bottom

What you think and feel is what you experience, not what others say. Continue reading

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Mirrors and Projection

If we learn how to use the mirrors of our feelings, we can heal not only ourselves but as far back as seven generations. Continue reading

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Accept Where You Are

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No matter how bad it is, we can change. Continue reading

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Independence Day!

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Personal independence means different things to different people, including your level of evolution as a conscious human being. Continue reading

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Witnessing My Life

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Instead of looking for answers from friends, sometimes the best way to handle your challenging situation is by allowing yourself to just “BE”, and enjoy the movie of your life. In other words, become the “witness” of your life. Continue reading

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Handling Frustration, Part 2

Throughout our lives, we give our power away, little by little, in a variety of ways, anytime we’re not in the present moment. But there are simple ways to reclaim that power and be whole again. Continue reading

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The Drifter, Part 4, “Trust”

Being an adult means more than age. It’s when that person accepts responsibility for himself. Continue reading

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Changed Course

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I will no longer give my power away by judging the “ickies.” I will trust the process of life instead. Continue reading

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The “In-Between”

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Our questions are answered however we can receive them. Continue reading

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“Why” Do My Weird Indie Project?

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The unexpected gift of writing the trilogy: it was about my weird relationship with Mom and the underlying reason for being intensely depressed so long ago. Continue reading

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The Invitation

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Surrendering control is never easy.
It’s even harder for a woman-in-charge workaholic during melt-down. Continue reading

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My Weird Indie Publishing Project Update: back cover

While formatting was happening, I was tortured with writing the back cover book description, which is not the same as all the other book descriptions the indie gets to write. Continue reading