Yes, it has been a while. I felt the need for silence, the need to move away from any outer influence… Echoes in my mind, other people’s opinions… Long walks in the woods nearby, to recharge, reconnect, and to review my definite major purpose, in my mind, or was it maybe in my heart ?
Visualising, feeling, sensing, listening again and again, closer and closer, deeper and deeper, tuning into the wavelength of Truth… At this stage in the continuation of the #masterkeyexperience, I’m picking up the pieces again, and in doing so, I’m finding my own rhythm, my own melody, my own harmony… Continue reading →
Question. “How are fear, guilt, anger, unworthiness and hurt feelings great tools for expanding the comfort zone?”
Hm. This had me thinking all week… Just having to reflect on these words got me out of my comfort zone right there. The “Fear” of not getting it, not understanding the question, of not being smart enough, of not being able to make a thorough analysis, of saying the wrong thing in the end…
Hand me a saxophone and I’ll play you a few great lines. Comfort.
OK. How about, “Hurt Feelings” give me the perfect opportunity to practice forgiveness towards others ? And the emotion of “Guilt” provides me with yet another wonderful occasion to practice forgiveness towards myself… As our dear friend Og questions in his Scroll V, “… Can I relive the errors of yesterday and right them ? Can I call back yesterday’s wounds and make them whole ? Can I take back the evil that was spoken, the blows that were struck, the pain that was caused… ?”Continue reading →
Hm… Seems I have nothing major to bring to the foreground this week… Probably that’s quite an achievement already. 🙂 No struggles to complain about, no inner turmoil, just simply enjoying getting settled into these daily master key and other rituals. Love how Earl Nightingale’s Strangest Secret summarises all that we’re doing. Love the jazz music on the recording. Makes everything even more cosy during these cold winter days …
I took a few days off from the outside world. Stayed at home, alone, working on bringing everything into harmony, especially myself. I admit, I was a bit behind with a few things. Tons of emails to answer, some index cards to make, a few video replays to watch… I decided to fast for three days. Been wanting to for a while. Been feeling the need to cleanse my body within, and bring my thoughts into sharper focus. It’s a wonderful experience to notice how the mind becomes clearer, once the body doesn’t have to process all this food. As if adding a luminous Continue reading →
“I refuse to talk, to walk, to sleep with the sheep”.
It’s tough. It’s hard. I’m struggling. Like many of us I imagine. The days are too short, too many things to do. Maybe it’s the winter arriving ? It’s pretty cold out there. And it’s dark so early, 4pm…
OK now, stop right there. Stop whining. That’s about as far as we’ll go into that alley. I am a lion. A mountain lion. I’m a warrior. I know it’s all in my mind. It’s all my own blurred perception. I want to sharpen my senses and see the Truth. My mind’s windshield gets dirty now and then, from daily travelling. Dusty bumpy roads. I need to wipe it clean, to see clearly again. Chanting “Om” helps. Stretching helps. And I’ve continued to use “I am whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, Continue reading →
Positive thinking & Meditation is one of the Five Points of Yoga, 5 principles for physical and mental health, as well as spiritual growth. The four others are Proper Exercise, Proper Breathing, Proper Relaxation and Proper Diet.
I put the perfect scenario together to stay in a positive mental state all week, and I’m decided not to let any negative thought seep through the cracks of my novice brain… My Service Card reads “clean up the garden before Nov.15th“… Ok, I cancel all my classes from Monday through Thursday, to make sure to have enough time to get the job done. Won’t Continue reading →
I love my weekly blog writing time. A good new habit. Each time I wonder what to write about. Avoiding somehow to sit and just write, effortlessly, let it flow… I remember that feeling from when I used to compose music years ago. I would free up a few days in my agenda to write some new music, and, on the first day, I would always go for walks, or clean the house, do some other things, go to a movie… avoiding to sit at the piano, and just do it. A ritual almost. Giving myself time to dream, to think, to listen within. Necessary I suppose. Or maybe not. Once I sit down, and do it, I actually enjoy the process very much. Now Continue reading →