Monthly Archives: August 2016

“In a bold attempt to free myself from all that [mental chatter], I decided to stop listening to all the chatter about my personal preferences…”

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by | August 24, 2016 · 10:16 pm

Do Nothing: A Meditation on Leisure and Spaciousness

It’s late on a Tuesday night, and I’m hunched over on the couch, scribbling furiously with my favorite red pen in a large sketchbook. I pause for a moment, grinning at the irony of outlining a blog…

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“If the natural unfolding of the process of life can create and take care of the entire universe, is it reasonable for us to assume that nothing good will happen unless we force it to?”

pg 5 - quote

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by | August 11, 2016 · 2:14 am

The Surrender Experiment

The first book in the Year of Transformation series is Michael A. Singer’s The Surrender Experiment: My Journey into Life’s Perfection.

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I first came across this book in the TED Talk series “Talks to watch when you don’t know what to do with your life” and I was instantly hooked.

This book truly blew my mind wide open to the intoxicating possibilities of looking at my life, and my experience of the world around me, in a radically different way – a way in which my own personal assumptions and judgments of the world are irrelevant, unnecessary, and suffocatingly limiting.

So stay tuned to have your mind blown!

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