“The Way of Divine Energy” by Elquanah (re-blogged)

The Way of Divine Energy The wisdom and insight we can learn from ancient texts is never ending. More than 5000 years ago the ancient Chinese masters of  esoteric healing came to the understanding that everything is composed of the same energetic substance  called Qi.  They observed the oneness and wholeness in all existence and …

POEMS: “Come” by Andrew Colliver

“Come”… Every day I am astonished by how little I know, and discouraged, obedient as I am to the demand to know more — always more. But then there is the slow seep of light from the day, and I look to the west where the hills are darkening, setting their shoulders to the night,…

A WISDOM QUOTE by Tomas Merton on “Humility”

Humility In humility is the greatest freedom.  As long as you have to defend the imaginary self  that you think is important, you lose your peace of heart. As soon as you compare that shadow with the shadows of other people,  you lose all joy, because you have begun to trade in unrealities and  there…

HAIKU POEMS: “Ego” (English and Spanish)

“Ego”   Labeling, judging, The inner critic chatters… Let go of the EGO: Find peace in Silence. Amira   “Ego”   Etiqueteando, juzgando, El crítico interior charla … Suelta el EGO:  encuentra paz en el silencio Amira  

INSPIRATIONAL POEMS: “Reach out” by Margaret Jang

Reach out to embrace what is seen all around you,
feel this in your heart, then express what you must do.
For each has a special purpose that we all come to share, to give guidance or nurture or just show you truly care.

INSPIRATIONAL STORIES: “Kill your ego” (re-blogged)

Originally posted on Inspiring Stories:
If you want to reach a state of bliss, then go beyond your ego and the internal dialogue. Make a decision to relinquish the need to control, the need to be approved, and the need to judge. Those are the three things the ego is doing all the time. It’s very…

Zen stories: “Perfect patience” (re-blogged)

Originally posted on Inspiring Stories:
Patrul Rimpoche was roaming the Tibetan mountains. One day he heard about a great hermit who had spent twenty years in a cave meditating on the Perfection of Patience. Desirous to meet such a saintly being, he went in search of his cave. Poking his head around the entrance, he…