The most challenging aspect of Embodied Enlightenment, of allowing spirit to reside in our bodies and our lives, is the mind. Our relationship with our mind has been, for the most part, a relationship based on survival. Not so much on joy. Continue reading
Like most people I enjoy being entertained. Between Netflix and Amazon I have access to thousands of tv shows and movies. So you would think my queue would be overloaded with stuff waiting to be watched.
But, sadly, I am running dry on things that really capture my interest. Sure, there are shows and movies out there brilliantly acted with outstanding production value.
But as far as new ideas, new stories, not much there. Instead it’s the same old hackneyed stuff, just repackaged.
But then, isn’t it said that art imitates life? Continue reading
Some people say they are not creative or expressive. But in actuality, they are expressing all the time. Perhaps not in the traditional way we know that to be, through an art form, music, writing, theatre and other forms. But being in physical is a form of expression. Our body is expressing on our behalf all the time. It expresses repressed emotions in the form of illness and imbalance. Same for our mind. And our life. Whatever we see around us in our environment, the people, the events in our personal lives, are all forms of expression, telling the story of our life. Continue reading
One of the biggest things I am noticing as I move more and more into my embodied enlightenment is how people are so deeply stuck in the mind. Most people are not in their bodies. Their brains are on overload. For the most part they have not acknowledged their soul. Their radiance is very low for that reason. Continue reading