See, everything works out exactly the way it should. Why do I keep resisting it? What can’t I just accept the lesson with gratitude?
Photo Credit: Eric Allen The story picks up from my last post about Envision: Sunset in the Vortex Saturday night, I’m not sure when, exactly. Time is starting to lose meaning after witnessing a miraculous sunset and spending what seemed like an eternity relishing the most delicious mango I’ve ever consumed. I’m at the Lapa stage, … Continue reading Chaos in Harmony
My Experiment: Part 12 You can read Part 11 here: Digging Deeper At the end of yoga class the other day, the teacher (the wonderful Dagmar from Montezuma Yoga) shared a poem from Rumi that deeply resonated with me: “Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and remove all the barriers … Continue reading Removing Barriers
My Experiment: Part 11 You can read part 10 here: Walking the Tightrope Sunset at low tide, I’m wandering among the rocks at the nearby point, and I happen upon an enchanting little cove. Most of the time it’s under water, but when the tide is out, a small sandy beach is revealed, maybe thirty feet … Continue reading Digging Deeper
My Experiment: Part 10 You can read Part 9 here: Going with the Flow I want to thank my friend Chris for the title of this post (he was quoting Stevie Ray Vaugh). It’s another metaphor for finding balance, I think I’m going to need lots of those, because this is a recurring theme that keeps … Continue reading Walking the Tightrope
My Experiment: Part 9 You can read Part 8 here: Fitting Right In Before I delve into the magic that transpired at Envision, I’d like to set the context. A recurring theme in my posts is a tendency to get caught up in the schemes created by my mind. I often find myself evaluating the current … Continue reading Going with the Flow
My Experiment: Part 8 You can read Part 7 here: Enjoying the Journey I might be getting the hang of the tides at the surf break across the road from me. It’s a tricky balance: if the tide is too high, it washes out the break. But if the tide is too low, the rocks appear– … Continue reading Fitting Right In