The times that shift and change the hours that move and tick the love that waxes and wanes all that passes through us all The culture of babies and toddlers the culture of teenagers and adolescence the growing into adulthood and the flourishing in the love that connects us all. The passing of all that … Continue reading Generations [Poem]
Feminine heart: flourishes in radiance supporting the shakti the myriad of her flavours colours and moods and styles. Summit of beauty; love is born when in love we initiate a meeting in kindness to mold into a kind heart Past is gone, fleeting time we make a choice with all to bring us insight and … Continue reading Upon Arrival [Poem]
It is impossible to make everyone happy. I have tried and I have failed at that. I know for sure that teaching students is not just an art of dedicated effort to bettering humanity it is a gruelling task of patience. Chögyal Namkhai Norbu was my Dzogchen master and I am extremely happy that I … Continue reading In the bardo of a great master
Why some people become Buddhist in this life time and while others don't has a lot to do with their individual karma. It is important to stress that each major religion has tools to develop and cultivate practices that generate inner happiness. Buddhism is focused on cultivating 'enlightened mind' Bodhicitta, and on cultivating inner happiness. … Continue reading What is the best way to get into Buddhism? [Reader Question]
If you are a creative genius than you know you can not authentically create above the level of the experience you are in. You can create from the experience itself, yet these creations are part of the journey, they aren't an entire picture of the situation, rather a glimpse into a moment. I am making … Continue reading Reconciling with the past [Part 1 Body]
Mayo Clinic defines Narcissistic personality disorder: Narcissistic personality disorder — one of several types of personality disorders — is a mental condition in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for excessive attention and admiration, troubled relationships, and a lack of empathy for others. But behind this mask of … Continue reading The rivalry that needs to be named.
A number of issues within Buddha Dharma have come to my attention recently from various sources. Since my values are about loving kindness and compassion as much as I can I make an effort not to dig up the ‘dirt’ sort of speak. You can read my first book Resilience through Yoga & meditation to … Continue reading Safety in Practice within Religion and Spirituality
Sky dressed in grey clouds, the setting sun returning the pink glow reflexion of the rays of light still shining through the darkness of the sky. Weaving luminous wisdom in sacred symbols. Volcanic rocks from the old molten lava washed brightly into the darkness by the soft blue pristine waters of the ocean. Water so … Continue reading Where water & sky dissolve [Poem]
An African child waiting patiently stood in front of an ice cream parlour his Spanish friend stood on my other side both deciding and choosing, we were looking through the glass at all the possible flavours and more than a rainbow of colours to delight the senses and the tastes. Observing me with his mother's … Continue reading Delicious human [Poem]
Sharing the merit of bodhichitta with all sentient beings, while practicing loving kindness makes us all collaborate in harmony. While being human has its limitations, the limitless nature of mind and compassion of Buddhas has no bounds.