“We are all one.” When I am calm and centered, I completely comprehend this. However, out in the every day world, it’s more difficult. I needed a daily practice that could bring me quickly to this understanding; that would quickly engender the kind of deep empathy that clarifies oneness.
Your eyes have the amazing power to transmit love and safety wordlessly. Because the eyes have the mysterious ability to transmit what we are feeling, they can be used for one of the most remarkable actions we can take to affect the emotional climate in the world around us: We can access the darshan.
When activated by the will, the question “Who Says So?” cuts to the bone. It cuts to the understanding of the beliefs that create our personal world view. This question has the power to de-crystallize entrenched beliefs and create the space and flexibility necessary for our creative self to flourish.
Without the vital strategy of personal responsibility, we can’t learn what our life is trying to teach us. Personal responsibility is all about picking up the reins, and taking charge of our lives; being the creator of a whole and unique self, our offering to the world.
‘WAKING UP’ IS AN AMAZON BEST SELLER!
With this self knowledge, and the application of perennial wisdom, you can use a few, simple but profound daily practices ... Read More
About John Earle
John Earle is a spiritual explorer and counselor specializing in relationship and interpersonal communication. His clients include individuals, couples and institutions. He has produced and led numerous workshops and retreats.... Read More