First Video in Two Years

Shot with my new Canon T3. Even for longtime followers of this blog, there’s new stuff.

It's Time To Wake Up

Mystical Oneness and the Nine Aspects of BeingMystical Oneness and the Nine Aspects of Being is a step-by-step guide to enlightenment and beyond.

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It's Time To Be Happy

The Serentity TechniqueWe live in divisive times.

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It's Time Let Go

My Dying WordsImagine I have only seven days left to live.
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10 thoughts on “First Video in Two Years

  1. Seems like this is a principle: “After you wake up, when you try to do things for yourself, when it’s self centered actions – life gets in your way. When they’re self-less actions – life will line up.”

    As you stated it, the principle clearly applies “After you wake up”. Seems like it would also apply before you wake up, but I cannot truthfully say that I know that for certain. Perhaps knowing that is a part of “waking up”.

    Thanks for your honesty and thanks for sharing your continuing realizations. The fact that you are still questioning and learning after waking up is what leads me to believe that your realization is authentic. Whether that is true or not, I still learn, so thank you.

  2. @Jimi: My saying, “The less there is of you, the more there is of Her,” is based on my experiences with Her. I don’t think you necessarily need to “wake up” to feel Her… opening to Her, surrendering to Her, just trying to see Her, seems to “awaken” Her interest in your life.

  3. Wayne

    Awareness watching awareness? isnt this taking direct interst in her? also is sitting in no thought (for however brief) or not knowing the same as Awareness watching awareness?

    what your take on Awareness watching awareness?

  4. “The void then is nothing, absolutely nothing — and nothing is absolutely everything. For both exist only in the mind”

    — Wei Wu Wei in “Ask the Awakened”

  5. Wayne,

    I asked you a question more than a month back now. I was feeling frustrated at the time, torn between the expansion of yoga, and the subtraction of Zen. You gave me a great answer, or listening more to her. I’ve found this very useful, and meditative. Though I’ve yet to have the awakening experience, the beginning of this new year has been great for me. I’ve felt focused on my projects, and am pouring a lot of myself into them. But there’s a deep part of me that wants to create for others, and not for myself, yet, there seems to be a step in that I can’t get past. How does one simply give over, and take action for other people, instead of his or herself?

  6. @Matthew: I’m really trying to get out of “teacher” mode, but…

    “How does one simply give over, and take action for other people, instead of his or herself?” Get out of your mind, and just give of yourself for a solid week (or month).

    If your question is how to create for others rather than for yourself, then just focus on the art, work, or project for itself, and not for “sales.” Just make it as great as you can make it – for the sake of “Her.”

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