These look pretty, don't they? But what if they weigh a ton? Without the ability to roll, they'd be a bitch to carry. What if they're not yours to carry?And what all those stickers represent unresolved issues stuffed inside of them? How did you end up carrying this baggage if it isn't . . .
Today I feel like quoting Jeff Brown, my favorite writer on matters of the heart and soul. Because really, they impact our lives so deeply. Love is a great adventure that some of us are up for but others quake at its power and run as far away as we can. I love how Jeff acknowledges love's power and . . .
Sometimes we forget how far we have traveled while we are looking ahead to the next steps. Good to lie down and remember what it took to get this far, all those karmic hoops we had to jump through, all those overcomings. Good to stroke our face with love and to remind ourselves how much courage it . . .
Detachment is a tool. It's not a life. We can only float away and witness our pain body for so long before we have to come back down into the temple and work with what lives inside of us. The grist for our healing and spiritual transformation is not out there- its right here, in our . . .
"You don’t measure love in time. You measure love in transformation. Sometimes the longest connections yield very little growth, while the briefest of encounters change everything. The heart doesn’t wear a watch- it’s timeless. It doesn’t care how long you know someone. It doesn’t care if . . .
Painting in Sonoma It doesn't matter how much two people love one another if they are developmentally incompatible, or if there is not a shared willingness to become conscious. Love alone is not enough. If you want it to last, you have to relate to each other in ways that keep the ship . . .
All love connections are not created equal. ...some have a mystical quality from the first meeting. Pure and simple. Apparent from the first out-breath. Unmistakably sacred. God rising on the wings of their love. This is how the timely and the timeless become indistinguishable --when . . .