Tag Archives: self-examination

After the Finish Line

Awakening sounds like a solitary event, the yearned for  goal at the finish line. Buddhist teachings perpetuate this idea. Other spiritual writers have perpetuated this idea. I have previously perpetuated this idea through this blog. Am here to correct this … Continue reading

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Spiritual Identity

We are enjoined by our traditions to be good. We are cajoled by our parents to be good. We hold a self image that we define as good, especially if we are particularly religious, spiritual, philosophical, political or traditional. I … Continue reading

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Clearing Land Mines

Shadow work took off once I knew of it. Dissolving, disarming painful old stories, like land mines left from a forgotten war long ago, still waiting for a trigger. An idle word, a casual mis-step and the internal explosion shows … Continue reading

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