Category Archives: Being With What Is

UNEMPLOYMENT, KARMA, AND WHAT IS

These are facts – job loss and long periods of unemployment are experienced by millions in this country, and not just once. It can happen, unbelievably, over and over. I personally have experienced layoffs multiple times, and so far there … Continue reading

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BEING WITH WHAT IS

The steps we take to recover from disappointment, shock and loss have everything to do with the meaning we make from those experiences. If we believe that we are powerless, that we are victims, and that life is against us, … Continue reading

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NO LONGER ON THE PERIPHERY

It seemed I dozed on the periphery for a long time, observing the coming and going of weather, of the seasonal hum of insects and flowers and the blooming and withering of all things; of all things, that is, that … Continue reading

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THE ZONE OF INCARNATION

At the still point of the turning world we are still, spinning. Shooting threads of light, finer than rainbow gossamer, diaphanous and delicate beyond measure, yet stronger than this life we know– by far. And these threads are a matrix … Continue reading

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INDELIBLE MARKERS

At the risk of sounding like a complete heretic of the prevailing cultural paradigm (the one that says you aren’t somebody unless you look like this and have measurable status, money, and power and have achieved so much and so … Continue reading

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