The passions of delusion are inexhaustible. I vow to extinguish them all at once. The number of beings is endless. I vow to help save them all. The Truth cannot be told. I vow to tell it. The Way which cannot be followed is unattainable. I vow to attain it.
At the moment of his Death, Christ unified his own Body of Light with the etheric body of the planet, permanently infusing the energy of transcendent Self into the Earth’s aura. This Easter, by communing with Nature, we can Unify with the energy stream of the Risen Cosmic Christ.
“It is important to pray and meditate for peace, for a more compassionate and better world," the Dalai Lama once told a group of spiritual seekers. "But if that is all you do, it is a waste of time. You also must take actions to make that happen. Every single day.” That is the lesson of Passover. Take ACTION!
For a variety of reasons we shall explore together, this Full Moon weekend is the ideal time to meditate upon the path of spiritual activism and political action as selfless service.
Archangel Raphael reigns over spring. Raphael commands a myriad of spirits who work on the regeneration and growth of vegetation. So at the beginning of spring establish a bond with the Archangel Raphael. Ask him to make you receptive to the virtues hidden in trees, grasses and flowers, so that this new life penetrates you as well.
The most prominent source of information about Lemurian civilization comes from wisdom teachers of the now-legendary Theosophical School of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, which included such luminaries as J. Krishnamurti, Madame Blavatsky, Alice Bailey, Rudolf Steiner and Charles Leadbeater. These spiritual teachers claimed to have had clairvoyant insights into the history and origins of the human race that transcended all existing scholarship and historical records.
Good news! The series of Uranus-Pluto squares and T-squares in Cardinal signs that have been prominent this year and over the last several years are finally coming to an end! Read all about it!
Spring and early summer are times to celebrate one of my favorite legumes, the Fava Bean. If you've never seen, eaten or grown favas, also known as broad beans, you've been missing out on one of life's short & healthy sweet pleasures!
Again and again- we receive the information-we need for our journey-yet fear turns our feet to clay, some days it is hard to move a single step. Those days are for dancing in place.
I am such a lazy gardener that I had the good fortune this spring to discover a veritable emerald forest of 'volunteer' young cilantro seedlings in the vegetable bed! Upon this serendipitous discovery I created a delicious way to make use of this delicious, nutritious & fragrant herb.