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True Love of Self

Aug 28th, 2012 Posted in Enneagram | no comment »

“True love of self entails a profound acceptance of ourselves–returning to Presence and settling into ourselves as we actually are without attempting to change our experience.” -The Wisdom of the Enneagram

The Bellows of My Throat

Dec 4th, 2011 Posted in Quotes | no comment »

Everything we do mixes
in the ground of the self.

Slowly, slowly, I tended
the bellows of my throat,
and the light inside grew

and filtered out through
the dark, so that within
even it, I saw the truth.

-from Naked Song by Lalla

A Living Prayer

Nov 19th, 2011 Posted in Prayer | no comment »

May your brilliance be reflected in the eyes of all you meet.
May the blessings of Life be felt in thought, word and deed.

May you drink deeply from Wisdom’s cup.
May you see the gift in every challenge, the sacred in every step.

May laughter roll your belly as you delight in Creation’s mystery.
May you breathe freely, Love deeply, rejoice wildly and
create passionately.

May you be at peace, whether your bowl be empty or full.
May the Light of Love shine brightly upon your soul.

May you listen deeply within, faithfully heeding the guidance of Spirit.
May you wake to dream each day, remembering NOW is all there IS.

May you feel the energy of co-creation flowing through each hand.
May you remember to honor and give thanks for our country!

May you experience the bliss of a well-lived day…
…forgiving ignorance, releasing regret, guilt or shame.

May you be authentic, and to your own Self be true.

May you remember each person makes a difference…
…especially YOU!

God Bless us One and All.

-Author Unknown

Prayer for Conjunctio

Nov 13th, 2011 Posted in drs, Prayer | no comment »

Father, Mother,
self and Self,
May it be so…
May there be conjunctio!

Amen.
So BE It.
Thank You!
I Love You.

True Love

Sep 7th, 2011 Posted in Enneagram | no comment »

“True love of self entails a profound acceptance of ourselves—returning to Presence and settling into ourselves as we actually are without attempting to change ourselves or our experience.”

-Russ Hudson, The Wisdom of the Enneagram