Love is the cosmic gateway to deeper understanding. It's forms are many. Love inspires both bondage and liberation. It requires deep reflection and must be experienced first hand. Love is the great teacher. Through love, the seeker is guided back to the Source of all existence. The Source is all that is real. That which flows out from it, flows back to it.
Cycles are endless until they are understood and thus transcended. Love is the thread which runs through everything. Follow the thread of love toward liberation.
The thread extends beyond the boundaries of time. It weaves a tapestry through every dimension. The thread expands outside the scope of comprehension.
And though the Universe seems to appear and disappear, flashing on and off, through existence and non-existence, at once real and unreal, to an invisible heartbeat - love is constant. The thread forever unbroken.
And as time is turned upon itself, unraveling entire histories, revealing mysteries, the power of love reigns supreme, its essence remains Infinite.
Love is the true Messiah personified throughout time, through many incarnations, love is both death and resurrection. Love is the only true redemption.
When it comes to the subject of Enlightenment I am no authority. I do not possess special knowledge nor do I profess to speak to you now from some elevated state. On all matters Divine there is but one authority and that is The Great Mystery.…
With each passing day, as I look inward and as I take in what is going on with the world outside, my heart opens. And the more it opens the more I understand why I have kept it shut for so long. The more my heart opens, the more I understand why the world has closed its heart.
If the body gets the flu, I'm not sick, the body is. If the mind is traumatized, I'm not traumatized, the mind is. If the heart is broken, I'm not broken, the heart is. I am not who I think I am - I am therefore I think. The part is not separate from the…
I went skydiving for the first time in tandem and the parachute did not open properly. We jumped from over 2 miles up in the sky out of a small aircraft and at about 3,000 feet the instructor cut the chute loose. I asked him what was going on and he didn't answer me. I could see…