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


A great article in USA TODAY on Eckhart Tolle prompts me to remember how it all started for me…

‘Life’s Purpose’ author Eckhart Tolle is serene, critics less so – This great article on Tolle’s teachings was a wonderful reminder of why Tolle’s book has had such an impact on me and my family. I was raised Orthodox Christian and I still consider myself Christian, although I do not believe that labeling has any meaning where… Continue Reading