How a Non-Deist Dances (or does the dishes) with God

When I was in the sixth grade, I saw an angel. At least, that's what I called it. It was in the sky, it was alive, and not a bird or a plane or Superman. Not even a super-something else. It just was. And pretty as it just was. I told my mother who commemorated … Continue reading How a Non-Deist Dances (or does the dishes) with God

Honesty…honestly. It’s about time I was honest with myself and the rest of the world.

“As a child I felt myself to be alone, and I am still, because I know things and must hint at things which others apparently know nothing of, and for the most part do not want to know.” ― C.G. Jung I was on the phone with a potential client last week and after she … Continue reading Honesty…honestly. It’s about time I was honest with myself and the rest of the world.

Know ye not that ye are Gods. ~ Moses (the dude, not the dog)

Thomas Merton to Aldous Huxley during their discussion about genuine & pseudo-mysticism:  What I would call a supernatural and mystical experience…has in it very essence some note of a direct spiritual contact of two liberties, a kind of flash or spark which ignites an intuition…plus something much more which I can only describe as “personal”, … Continue reading Know ye not that ye are Gods. ~ Moses (the dude, not the dog)

“If you want peace of mind, I suggest you resign as manager of the Universe.”

That line comes from Dan Millman's Sacred Journey of the Peaceful Warrior.  Here, Mama Chia is reminding Dan that really, seriously, we don't need to do anything. Period. It annoys us humans--particularly those w/ amazing gifts, to think that we don't need to, or in fact, should not DO something.  I bring this up because … Continue reading “If you want peace of mind, I suggest you resign as manager of the Universe.”