Monthly Archives: December 2010

all my secrets away…

Great song…. One Republic Secrets I need another story Something to get off my chest My life gets kind of boring Need something that i can confess Till all my sleaves are stained red From all the truth that I’ve … Continue reading

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A transformation…

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A work of true beauty…

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Seeking what is there…

“The present moment has always been available to spiritual seekers, but as long as you are seeking you are not available to the present moment. “Seeking” implies that you are looking to the future for some answer, or for some … Continue reading

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Angels we have heard on high

Love it Angels we have heard on high Angels we have heard on high Sweetly singing o’er the plains, And the mountains in reply Echoing their joyous strains. Refrain: Glo – – – – – – – – – ria … Continue reading

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The Destroyer

I watched a movie yesterday which actually was not very good, but it made me contemplate on an important archetypal pair: the destroyer / creator I love archetypes. They help us to communicate beyond the conditioned or individual meaning of … Continue reading

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It’s part of the ego’s strategy to confuse you and turn you against the teaching.

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Sublime beauty

This is just such a beautiful work of art: Botticelli’s Madonna of the Magnificat from c 1481. The work portrays the Virgin Mary crowned by two angels. The Child Jesus is keeping in a hand the pomegranate, symbol of the Resurrection. The … Continue reading

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The core teaching

“The work of love is to create a window of the heart..” This is a stanza from the Rumi teaching “Open the Window” and I almost want to write it on a little post-it note to stuck it in all … Continue reading

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