The problem with certainty is that there is no objective truth. 
We don’t know the sea, but we know how to respond to the sea. 
This response is not based on knowing but on being alert and engaged.

When you ask a question it seems that the world starts responding to you.
Listen.

~ Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel

The problem with certainty is that there is no objective truth.
We don’t know the sea, but we know how to respond to the sea.
This response is not based on knowing but on being alert and engaged.

When you ask a question it seems that the world starts responding to you.
Listen.

~ Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel

Don’t call it anything, don’t label it anything. Keep your mind silent. You stay in touch with whatever you are experiencing, and you let go of resisting it. You are going to experience it, you are going to decompress it. You can do that with pain and any kind of suffering. The suffering is due to the resistance. If you keep surrendering to it you will undo it.
David R Hawkins.

Don’t call it anything, don’t label it anything. Keep your mind silent. You stay in touch with whatever you are experiencing, and you let go of resisting it. You are going to experience it, you are going to decompress it. You can do that with pain and any kind of suffering. The suffering is due to the resistance. If you keep surrendering to it you will undo it.
David R Hawkins.

You focus of attention on the mundane details of life experience is what continues to call them into form for you.
The same focus of attention, upon this Presence, as Oneness, will call forth into manifestation a very different set of circumstances.
A Journey to Oneness, Rasha

You focus of attention on the mundane details of life experience is what continues to call them into form for you.

The same focus of attention, upon this Presence, as Oneness, will call forth into manifestation a very different set of circumstances.

A Journey to Oneness, Rasha

Try to understand and remember that coming Home to your inner peace is not going to be found from any self-improvement, but from your own self-acceptance. Learn to accept all of your imperfections as well as your perfections. You are not more one than the other; you are a balance of both which when in harmony expresses deep profound wholeness and completeness.

Try to understand and remember that coming Home to your inner peace is not going to be found from any self-improvement, but from your own self-acceptance. Learn to accept all of your imperfections as well as your perfections. You are not more one than the other; you are a balance of both which when in harmony expresses deep profound wholeness and completeness.

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