Sunday, August 10, 2008

i just want to BE.

I am tired of eating. I am tired of sleeping. I am tired of wanting. I am tired of pleasing. I am tired of acting. I just want to be. I don't want anything. I am tired of all my possessions. I am tired of running around. I am tired of being afraid. I am tired of hiding. I want to be free. I want to be carefree. I want to be happy. I want to be centered. Thank God for Gurudev.

Friday, January 11, 2008

Yoga Vasistha

Guruji, how can I trust if I cannot trust my thoughts? How can I trust if I cannot trust my memories?

Guruji, who can I trust if I cannot even trust my own mind?

Thursday, January 3, 2008

Ever Happy New YOU!

my new years resolution is to completely LET GO!

Friday, August 3, 2007

YLTP: The Inner Calling

Where do I even begin? My spiritual experience with the YLTP has been my most intimate, intense and joyful journey inward. All the friends, whether living or dead ("Hi, Casper!"), I fell in love with on the course, all the processes we pushed through together brought us all closer and lifted us higher than I ever imagined I could ever be.

Want to say hi to the family?

Natalie: Officially the most beautiful woman in New Orleans. She sings like an angel.

Scotty: "This reminds me of a quote from Jesus." I can safely say the entire YLTP-07 team votes him to be the most unique person in this entire creation.

Meera: Loves to talk, has a great sense of humor and laughs like Goofy. Plus, I've had the most memorable moments in my time spent with her (bee bum, ouch my foot, "silent" Torah slashing on the bed, chocolate my shirt and the moment after).

Jayne: Beautiful isn't she? If you could see her soul with your naked eyes, you would see the most vibrant and colorful rainbow. She is beauty, kindness, love, and sweetness personified. And she has the cutest giggle ever!

Sunday, March 25, 2007

Spirituality...the BEginning.

I used to dread looking at websites like Friendster and Facebook because I would come to the realization that I am the very same and haven't changed all these years. But as I looked through my friends list yesterday on Friendster, something new struck me: from all those familiar faces I grew up with, I am one of the few who have taken on the spiritual path.