Photo by Almine When we notice the simple riches of life, the perfection of a field flower, they become our own. That within us which they reflect activates into fuller expression. We cannot appreciate what we do not have within.
Photo by Almine It is in simplicity that the true riches of life are found. It can then be said that poverty is the new abundance.
Photo by Almine Poverty has at times been the tool of life that encourages us to step off the treadmill of the matrix of the masses when we have not voluntarily done so.
~ Linda, Ohio shares a personal experience while attending class with Almine While attending the Ohio pod I had an unusual experience. As I climbed into bed on the second night I felt a sharp pain in the arch of my left foot. It left as quickly as it came. All of a sudden my… Continue reading→
Photo by Almine Reality changes without our realizing when memory of what went before is gone. Television and other media and statistics pull us back into old realities that may have changed in an instant.
Dhani, from British Columbia writes to us about Almine’s photos on our online course, Saradesi: The Fountain of Youth. Here Almine shares her wisdom in audio presentations accompanied by her deeply-moving photographs. Some photographs have been enhanced with color only, to allow the viewer to experience the sense of omnisensory perception that Almine possesses. Question:… Continue reading→
A Miraculous Gift from Almine In 2008, I lost my singing voice, which had always been my joy. Before I discovered Almine’s teachings, performing was the closest thing I had to going into the silence. It was very difficult not being able to sing. I tried and tried, but beyond a few lower notes, my… Continue reading→
Photo by Almine When memory is dissolved and effortless knowing takes its place, the new expression of life gracefully eliminates what is not pertinent to the moment.
They walk among us seemingly as ordinary children. But then we look again, for something in their eyes catches our attention – a certain knowingness, an ancient wisdom coupled with a purity so profound that it stops us in our tracks. Surely the masters throughout the ages, the light-bearers of humanity, looked out at the… Continue reading→
Thank you, Jeff for sharing this poem with us during Ohio class with Almine. I have the best friend that anyone could. Tammy lives next door you see, and loves to come explore with Me. Our daily adventure through the neighborhood. She’s always first to rise, and sits patiently waiting outside knowing faithfully I will… Continue reading→