Facebook Question from Oct. 19 Almine’s Post: The clinging to the familiar like a well worn blanket, causes a rut which limits resources and causes bodily aging. It leaves the body behind. Transcending the limitation of mortality, rejuvenates. Question: Does that mean we have to “die” to transcend? Or is it just a ‘spiritual’ death… Continue reading→
Perfection of Eternity
Photo by Almine Within the matrix of opposites; the imaginary space of duality, others are a mirror image of ourselves – mirrors reflect distortion. Within the matrix, feeling oneness with distortion becomes difficult unless we realize that behind the obvious appearances lies the perfection of eternity.
Work and Play
Q. I read on Facebook that you say fatigue does not come from work, but from the resources we lose when we resist life. Then how will we know when to stop working? A. First of all, as beings who live eternally; the dividing of life into categories of work or rest for example, makes… Continue reading→
Eternal and Perpetual Fulfillment
Perpetual Freshness of Expression: The recognition of countless possibilities of eternal existence Mechpa-barurit-askantave Angel: Urach-virisat Eternal Fulfillment: The recognition of the complete equity of existence Brihanut-uvechstre-aranas Angel: Nechba-uhuru-ruspave Painting by Jeanne Temple