September 23, 2015 2:05 PM
I tore off small chunks of bread from the last two pieces of the loaf and tossed them about, consciously covering as much area as possible so the various ant colonies have a better chance of finding them. It’s not something I think about anymore—I don’t think about not swatting flies, or not stepping on bugs, or not killing innocent insects just because they are an annoyance—it has just become natural not to harm them. I love them.
(I’ll still kill the occasional attacking insect if they don’t take a hint—I’m not perfect (dammit)—but I do apologize to them and wish them well on their next life.)
The other day, after picking up some screws and washers from Baker City, I headed out into the woods with the determination not to leave this spot until I’ve re-mounted the shelf and finished going through my blogs for the new book material.
Yesterday I mounted the shelf, and today I finished gathering the blog material.
What I came across today (as I was going through A Mystic’s Journal) was something I had forgotten as a result of the Reboot, and is probably the reason for the recent Trials (the shelf plus these incidents and the iPad episode): To remember that TaoGodHer is looking out these eyes.
The Trials act as sort of a Divine Reminder. Act from your old perspective and suffer, or act from your new perspective and reap the rewards.
So with these reminders (and I was reminded again by going through my recent blog posts), my current practice is simply this:
To live wholeheartedly as I, the Eternal: To embody TaoGodHer as an individual.
I have such a terrible memory, it’s sooo easy to forget spiritual insights. Thank God I keep this blog. Thank God for the Trials.
It's Time To Wake Up
Mystical Oneness and the Nine Aspects of Being is a step-by-step guide to enlightenment and beyond.
It's Time To Be Happy
It's Time Let Go
Imagine I have only seven days left to live.