The last time I went home to visit my mother, I realized how much I miss her. I miss how she was always there for me in company and in friendship. I miss her old form. Then all these practices on non-attachment just hit me - form is empty. Things, people, experiences - they come and … Continue reading Form is Empty
Here's a little something I was inspired to write while I was in my first month-long silent retreat. Please take it with a grain of salt and allow yourselves to be humored by this person's attempt at lyrical writing. Lol. The silence helps me be more aware of the quality of my thoughts. The silence helps … Continue reading The Silence
There are no absolutes. As one of my teachers said, Suffering ensues when we do not recognize our boundless nature.
I would like to share this poem that resonated deeply when I first heard it (while in savasana) at the Being Dharma retreat. It's written by Jennifer Welwood, a psychotherapist and spiritual practitioner who I look forward to learning from one of these days. RENUNCIATION There will always be voices that promise you greatness and glory: They … Continue reading Renunciation