POEMS: “Think of the Soul” by Walt Whitman

“Think of the Soul” THINK of the Soul; I swear to you that body of yours gives proportions to your Soul somehow to live in other spheres; I do not know how, but I know it is so. Think of loving and being loved; I swear to you, whoever you are, you can interfuse yourself…

“Solstice” by Fred LaMotte

“Solstice day is the peak of time, a high pause in the year, when we taste and see the majesty of light solidified [in Nature]. The Formless sparkles in form… For at the core of our soul is an inward eye that cane see [the light] hidden behind the ordinary…” Fred LaMotte

POEMS: “Death Has No Sting” by Trina Graves

Death Has No Sting June 12, 2020 Trina Graves1 Comment Quote Title: Kryon-Lee Carroll Death has no sting You’ve done it before You just open up And go through a door Leaving your overcoat To be recycled to Earth Not needed anymore It contains no worth Leaving linear time Re-uniting your Energy Remembering who you are…

A quote from Mahmoud Darwish on dying

Let’s be friendly and open together I’ll give you my well-filled life and you give me a view of the planets No one exactly dies Rather souls change their looks and address. —Mahmoud Darwish John Berger and Rema Hammami trans.

Essay on: “Know thyself” (“Temet Nosce”) by Amira

“Know thyself” (“Temet Nosce”)   The ancient Greek aphorism “Know thyself” is one of the Delphic maxims,(though we find similar teachings going back to ancient Egypt and Asia) the first of three, inscribed on a column in the pronaos (forecourt) of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi (Greece). It’s given as “Nosce te ipsum” or…

A quote from Neale Donald Walsch on trusting your inner knowing

It would not be beneficial to believe your Mind on matters that are very important to you. Your Mind can base its conclusions only on Past Data that it has collected during your present experience of Physicalization. It has no knowledge of things existing through all Eternity. In order to access data having to do…

MYSTICAL POEMS: “Deathless” By Ella Wheeler Wilcox

Deathless   There lies in the centre of each man’s heart A longing and love for the good and pure; And if but an atom, or larger part, I tell you this shall endure—endure— After the body has gone to decay— Yea, after the world has passed away. The longer I live and the more…

Questioner: Why is it that we naturally seem to think of ourselves as separate individuals? Reply: by Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

Maharaj: Your thoughts about individuality are really not your own thoughts; they are all collective thoughts. You think that you are the one who has the thoughts; in fact thoughts arise in consciousness. As our spiritual knowledge grows, our identification with an individual body-mind diminishes, and our consciousness expands into universal consciousness. The life force…