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“Nothing is perfect; nothing is imperfect. Perfection and imperfection reside in your perception.”
Debasish Mridha

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Blind Ego

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“The moment you become aware of the ego in you, it is strictly no longer the ego but just an old, conditioned mind pattern.

Ego implies unawareness.

Awareness and ego cannot coexist.”

Eckhart Tolle


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Boundless Soul

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The soul walks not upon a line, neither does it grow like a reed.

The soul unfolds itself, like a lotus of countless petals.-  Kahlil Gibran The Prophet


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Let’s face it, we are all experts at doing. So no need to chat about that.

However, finding balance between being and doing, action and non-action, unconscious and conscious awareness is another thing altogether.

Most of us have learned about balance from doing too much. The first time we crash and burn we say, ‘Note to self’…”Must slow down, do less and rest more!” But we forget where we put that memo, and so, we begin the crazy 8 of doing, then crashing, then doing, and then physically being stopped by sickness, chronic illness or just sheer exhaustion and doing again.

But….this formula gets a little repetitive after awhile don’t you think? and is very hard on our bodies.

So what’s the secret? For me it’s just a practice of being. Over many years, and still learning, I’ve finally realised its the practice of being that allows me to see when to do …and when to be. When to take action and when to surrender.

I can’t see it when I’m only doing. It’s not possible. So I have to practice being. A daily discipline!

Being is a set time in stillness, and silence every day. Autumn, Winter, Spring and Summer.

When I’m in this space, my life feels like it flows rather than pushing uphill. In this space, I learn to feel and understand the true meaning of balance.

Carrying the Load

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“It’s not the load that breaks us down, it’s the way we carry it.” Lena Horne


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Questioning Life

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“He who has a why to live for, can bear almost any how.”

― Friedrich Nietzsche

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