Rumi. The Guest House.

The Guest House – a poem “The Guest House” by Rumi is probably one of the most frequently recited poems in mindfulness retreats all over the world. This is definitely one of my personal favourites. It just gets to the heart of mindful living in the most eloquent and beautiful way. The Guest House This… Continue Reading


Eckhart Tolle “The primary cause of unhappiness is never the situation but your thoughts about it.” (Oneness With All Life) Eckhart Tolle


Thich Nhat Hanh on suffering

This is a part of an interview Oprah had with Thich Nhat Hanh, a Buddhist monk, who’s teachings in my opinion are of the same essence as teachings of Eckhart Tolle. This is quite a large article and I wanted to post portions of it that especially resonate with me at this time. Here is a link to the… Continue Reading


Additional info on The Work

As I have mentioned in my last post, I just recently came across The Work by Byron Katie. It was mentioned at one of the blogs I subscribe to In2Deep. I am in no position to comment on it as it is just too amazing, and I would need much time if I were to go into details. I also… Continue Reading


Busy with Byron Katie

I must apologize for not posting for a while. My priorities must change daily as I have such a limited time for reading/writing. Few weeks ago I read about The Work by Byron Katie. First I got the book “A thousand names for joy : living in harmony with the way things are” by Byron Katie with… Continue Reading


Am busy with Sedona Method

I am completely consumed these days with studying the Sedona Method. I absolutely love it. It completely resonates with teachings of Eckhart Tolle. There is much work to be done on releasing. To improve fast, I am doing a lot of homework, therefore there isn’t much time left for posting on this blog. As always I will… Continue Reading


Possibilities and impossibilities

I had to take this great quote from The Gospel According to Jesus – by Stephen Mitchell: We simply don’t know the limits of the possible. If we think that something is impossible, then it is (for us). When we realize that we don’t know, we become open to all possibilities.”


God. Jesus. Money. Wealth. Poverty. part 2

I am continuing to recap “The Rich Man” chapter from Commentary part of The Gospel According to Jesus – by Stephen Mitchell. To read part one of this post please click on this link – God. Jesus. Money. Wealth. Poverty. part 1 This is another wonderful thought on what is the treasure in heaven: Treasure right here and now,… Continue Reading


Ego. a necessary evil – for now?

Ego, mind, ego, mind, egoic mind….. what has created my last post? until I become fully enlightened, aware, should I think that some forms of ego are Okay for the time-being … ? I wonder if anyone has any thoughts on that.


Are we judging by staying away from…?

A question/comment to my post Stephen Mitchell on forgiveness, letting go and karma from a reader Persiandevi prompted me to create this post. Here is the comment Persiandevi posted: What about people with too much toxicity? people who are shallow? I try to just stay away but then isn’t that judging them? But I am not at the… Continue Reading


Eckhart Tolle on conscious listening

Conscious listening is one of the greatest gifts you can give. Conscious listening…not the words or the thoughts you’re thinking, “what can I do, how can I help?”, it’s your full attention given. – Eckhart Tolle


Eckhart Tolle on true self

What’s still there when you’re not thinking about your past, your future, your “problems”, looking at your body, judging yourself or others? There’s something there, but you can’t define it. Even without your life’s stories, your fears, your desires… you are still there. That is your true self. Eckhart Tolle


Kim Eng

Bring the quality of allowing into your life. Be the space for what happens, the space for your thoughts, the space for your emotions. – Kim Eng


Eckhart Tolle – his thoughts on intuition

In his February 2010 newsletter (you can subscribe here) Eckhart Tolle explains to us what is intuition. It is a great article and in Eckhart Tolle fashion very simply explained. Tolle touches upon stillness, thoughts and present moment. What is Intuition? We sat down for a chat with Eckhart one afternoon and asked him some questions.  In… Continue Reading


Eckhart Tolle on now, presence

What is the now? Not the content that fills this moment with sense perceptions, with experiences, with thoughts and emotions. Not the content that fills this moment. That’s not the now. That’s what happens in the now, the content. The now is deeper, the now is who you are as the space of conscious presence… Continue Reading