breathe my dear… Thay

Breathe my dear, everything will be okay. ~ Thich Nhat Hanh:

Breathe my dear, everything will be okay. ~

Thich Nhat Hanh


Alia, her sister Lois and I are clearing Lois’ house for the painters who will be here Monday to spray the ceilings. Then we will continue painting the rest of the interior. Breathing with mindfulness is the way I stay centered in the midst of all activities. My wife Alia is an excellent organizer and has set us up to complete all phases of this project graciously and with ease. Tomorrow the three of us will be moving to a nearby motel for two days while the painters do their thing.

Thay’s beautiful calligraphy above expresses the trust that will carry us through all travails and turbulence in these times.




Keep Up The Momentum – Event Meditation Tomorrow Sunday


Relationship of Planet X Within our Solar System

Below is Alia’s weekly update to inspire us for tomorrow’s meditation. Please share this Far and Wide!

Reminder and Update: Weekly EVENT Meditation

Alia’s Comments: Each week our numbers are growing for these Sunday meditations. We are seeing steady progress in physical reality as a result of our participation. As Cobra suggests, our intention and support goes directly into action through the services of the Light Forces, who, if I recall correctly, are primarily based on “Planet X.” Continue reading

delusion and realization


Those who have great realization of delusion are buddhas;

This statement from Genjo Koan says that all we can do is to see what is false and to see where we have been deluded and have deluded ourselves. To begin to fathom the extent to which we have entertained concepts about our existence in place of direct perception of our reality is a key to awakening. Out basic belief about who and what we are is based on a concept which is a thought-form that we have subscribed to. Continue reading



Innocence is being free

of forethought and reflection

~ I Ching

Our lives have become a dimension of mentation. Either our mind is occupied with forethought or with reflection. Most of the time these two in tandem keep our monkey-mind busy jumping from branch to branch. Innocence is beautiful and pure. How to return to innocence? Trust. This is something to contemplate on so that it can sink in more deeply into our being. Can we trust if we have not yet been touched by That? Any word we take will sell us short: God, the Great One, the Tao, the Mystery, Wakan Tanka. They all are symbols asking us to connect directly, in innocence, with our own True Being, because if we have not been touched by our own Self, we live in the shadow of death.

“Wakan Tanka, Great Mystery, teach me how to trust my heart, my mind, my intuition, my inner knowing, the senses of my body, the blessings of my spirit. Teach me to trust these things so that I may enter my Sacred Space and love beyond my fear, and thus Walk in Balance with the passing of each glorious Sun.

According to the Native People, the Sacred Space is the space between exhalation and inhalation. To Walk in Balance is to have Heaven (spirituality) and Earth (physicality) in Harmony.”





The Balance of Power on the Planet has Shifted: Meditation Tomorrow!

This is Alia’s weekly update in preparation for Sunday’s Event Meditation. Join us!

Reminder ~ Weekly EVENT Meditation: Add YOUR Intention

It’s almost Sunday again — time to take stock of the week and prepare once again to join in unity with all sentient beings who are gathering each Sunday at 7 PM GMT to focus on accelerating the liberation of our Solar System and the triggering of the EVENT.

“The Light Forces have said that the number of people doing that meditation is the single most influential factor within the power of the surface human population for speeding up the timing of the Event.”

It’s been a productive week for the White Hats and Lightworkers and Lightwarriors. I will give some links and headlines from around the world that indicate that the balance of power is rapidly shifting from the criminal syndicates (who have controlled the surface population and all societal intstitutions for millennia) into the hands of those who pledge to serve the needs of Humanity at large. Below are a few examples of historic change. Continue reading

the depth of the present moment

My wife Alia and I are helping her sister re-organize her house, painting the interior etc. I happened to discover a can of Turtle Wax that her sister got to polish her car. This reminded me of my own Turtle Wax experience a couple of years ago that I recorded in a post. Enjoy!

All of the wonderful spiritual teachings about living in the present moment finally come down to one thing: how do I live? As so often when I am delving more deeply into a certain aspect of Reality – sure enough – I find myself in a situation that gives me a real-time experience of that aspect. The last couple of weeks I have been noticing the repercussions of leaving the present moment in some very vivid ways. I posted my reflections on “Purpose” and how I notice that, in a certain sense, following a purpose tends to pull me out of the present moment. On the other hand, the mantra that came up for me while writing the post “ZEN: Purpose” has spontaneously arisen in my mind several time over the past week and has proven to be quite effective. The mantra is “I am my own purpose”. This brings me into a frequency of being enough just as I am and that no action or purpose or indeed anything at all is needed to fulfill or complete me.
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cosmic dance of love

The art of knowing is knowing what to ignore. — Rumi:




The mind stays focused on the one point at which the sense of “I” is felt. This is not exactly correct because the sense of “I” or the “place” where sensations and thoughts are registered is not actually located in time and space. What seems to be happening is that the one seeing eye of infinity, the Self, becomes focused on an encounter with Itself, and that is felt as “I”. Continue reading

the point


Whatever there is to say I do not know. The latest revelation of Myself to Myself was the view that we are programmed to allow ourselves access only to pragmatic data regarding our survival. That is why there is such comfort and a feeling of familiarity when an activity presents itself to “do” on a practical level. There is a blanket to fold and put up into the cupboard; teeth are to be brushed; food for the jays is to be got out of the garage and put outside onto their feeder; coffee to be made and drunk, and so on. The day is filled with “things to do”. Even “sitting doing nothing” becomes a thing to do. Continue reading