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July Sage Theme of the Month Practice Non-Attachment: Abhyasa & Vairagya “Let go and go beyond living the dream, by dreaming the reality, into a reality beyond the dream.” ― Tom Althouse, The Frowny Face Cow If you are an avid follower of astrology, you will see in many reports for July that many planets are going […]

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Igniting Tapas: Self Discipline “With self-discipline, almost anything is possible.” ~ Theodore Roosevelt Tapas are not only delicious Spanish plates, but in ancient Sanskrit, tapas refers to the fire (self-discipline) that spurs our motivations, our goals and dreams.  And it is with the structure of discipline and determination that we are then able to inspire ourselves […]

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EMBRACE All that Comes (E.nvision M.astering B.oldness: R.ealize, A.ccept & C.o-create with E.xistence) “See the line where the sky meets the sea? The Guest House This being human is a guest house. Every morning a new arrival. A joy, a depression, a meanness, some momentary awareness comes as an unexpected visitor. Welcome and entertain them all! […]

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“See the line where the sky meets the sea? It calls me.  And no one knows how far it goes… If I go, there’s just no telling how far I’ll go”  -Moana While February was all about anchoring and harmonizing the polarities of opposition into balance, March will challenge us with a sea full of […]

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“We often need an outside source to show us our need for an adjustment in focus, and when we finally acknowledge our need, the truth presents the wonderful ability to see clearly again.” Ben Baughman, Untracked  Opposition is seen everywhere in life.  It is reflected in every aspect of nature.   The opposing forces of the […]

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(B.oldly R.econstructing I.nherited D.estinies & G.racefully E.volving) “What is great in man is that he is a bridge and not a goal.” ~Friedrich Nietzsche I spent my Christmas holidays and ushered in the new year with a massive rural bonfire in Northern Ireland.  In between the aimless roaming of the quiet hills, visiting natural places […]

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