Peace is not something you wish for; it’s something you make, something you do, something you are and something you give away.
– John Lennon
We each have a story to share about how we arrived where we are today. And often where we are is not even remotely where we imagined ourselves to be decades earlier. Yet if we step back far enough we can perceive that there is a common thread that weaves the tapestry that is our life.
For me that thread is a combination of a thirst for knowledge along with a deep desire to serve and help.
Attitudinal Healing Talk February 8 2016 We are each students and teachers to each other. We can choose to teach and learn Love because the essence of our being is Love. (from priniciples of Attitudinal Healing) Whenever we face challenging situations in life, there is often a tendency to feel either we are right and the…Details
A Course in Miracles study group: A discussion about the ideas of holiness, hope and the Presence of Love February 9, 2016 Some ideas shared during the talk: What is ‘holiness’? What is separation? How do we see through the eyes of holiness versus seeing through the lens of separation or fragmentation? The place of holiness…Details
Attitudinal Healing talk – February 1 2016 Attitudinal Healing teaches that “we can choose and direct ourselves to be peaceful inside regardless of what is happening outside.” At first glance, this may seem to be a passive attitude. We can even interpret this to be a withdrawal from the world – a state of…Details
ACIM Study Group February 2 2016 A Course in Miracles is a profound manual for healing the mind that if we follow, we come to an experience of a healed perception – where we feel love, peace and Oneness. However the practice can be tricky because we can let our ego mind lead us…Details
A classical song or poem is one that has meaning, value and relevance to many across time, culture and geography. The shabad, or Punjabi devotional song I share below is such a precious gem. I recall waking up many mornings to this song playing on my alarm clock cassette player before getting ready to head…Details
Groundhog Day (Fantasy comedy film directed by Harold Ramis, starring Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell, and Chris Elliott. Released in 1993. Available on Amazon and DVD.com- a Netflix company) What would you do if you were living the same day every day over and over again? And there was nothing you could do to change…Details