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"The partner of loneliness is intimacy.
Unity has no opposite.
In unity, intimacy and loneliness are one."
The sense of loneliness is deeply intimate. It arches out from the source of ourselves in a hollow ache of separation from the whole. It is peppered with a sense of unworthiness, as well as shreds of inner condemnation. It's…Continue
To date, gravity is one of the least understood aspects of our physical universe. In quantum physics, the fundamental particle called the “graviton” is critical to quantum physics yet is still unproven. This…Continue
We notice them out of the corners of our eyes. Silent, witnessing, graceful, they are full of life. But how often do we take time to connect with the life inside a tree? How could we experience the wisdom of trees, if we don't open our eyes, ears and hearts and let them in?
Trees have answers; often channelling directly through the filters of our individual minds. Trees are healers. Trees are here for us. Their care, peace and acceptance is…Continue
No matter how much we have experienced the beauty, bliss and ecstasy of our inner core in meditation and life, there still emerges a front line of service in the area of intimate relationships. We could seem enlightened to the whole world, but in the kitchen with our partners, sometimes a simple gesture or look can crush us – sending us cascading into a forbidden space of despair, isolation or hopelessness.
Why is this?
Are we withholding a part of ourselves, or is there some…Continue