Tuesday, January 12, 2016

This Evening

"I Hate You"

 When I was in 5th grade I sat at the front of the classroom, all the way to the right, by the teacher's desk. I remember this day vividly. I was always one of the first students to complete my assignments with accuracy. After turning in my assignment I walked over to my best-friends desk to chat. She used to write really slow, but her writing has so much character that it didn't matter.

I was called to return to my desk shortly there after. To my surprise I had a letter on my desk. On a lined sheet of paper, front and back, read the words "I Hate Alysia Bulluck." I mean, the lines were completely filled. . . I didn't understand and immediately took it to Mrs. Boston - the best 5th grade teacher anyone could have. That woman was good, and stern, and comforting. I actually enjoyed what I learned from her, and her pardoning me from class for violin lessons. (-^.^-)

Why did I have to experience such hate during my youth. I can't even comprehend, even today how such an innocent spirit be exposed to such vibrations. Truthfully, who knows what she was going through in her home life. We later became to be close friends.

 I just thought it was a funny story that happened to me to share.

 Blank Slate / / Unice Kim

Monday, January 4, 2016

Happy NewYear! Day 4 : 2016 is the time to RESET

It's definitely been a while since I've last shared a post with you all, so here I am welcoming myself back. First of all, I can't believe it's already the 4th day of 2016. This nudges me to remain focused and consistent in my actions. Time surely is going to fly by this year and I intend that we all act accordingly. Today I am sharing with you the most beautiful words I've encountered thus far. I would also like to mention that my posts are going to be a lot more interactive and engaging. There is so much wisdom, knowledge, love and beauty I intend to share. 
Namaste Light Beings.

Many people find their spirituality taking them outward. They think they are going inward because they have heard the spiritual teaching, "Inquire and look within." Meanwhile, they are out in the stars somewhere looking for someone else's experience, or looking for the experience they believe they are supposed to have. This is spirituality going entirely in the wrong direction. Inquiry is a means of taking back to yourself, back to your experience. 

When inquiry is authentic, it brings you into the experience of here and now, bringing you to the full depth of it, pulling you into it. The question pulls you back into the mystery of your experience. "What am I?" takes you right back into the mystery. If your mind is honest, it knows it doesn't have the answer. You ask, "What am I?" and instantly, there is silence. Your mind doesn't know, there is an experience right here, right now, that is alive. You bump into nothingness inside - that no-thing, that absolute nothingness which your mind can't know. 

Jenny Tsang: White Paradise

Lahiri Mahasaya Says:

Always remember that you belong to no one, and no one belongs to you. Reflect that some day you will suddenly have to leave everything in this world, so make the acquaintanceship of the Higher Self (God) now. Prepare yourself for the coming astral journey of death by daily riding in the balloon of God-perception. Through delusion you are perceiving yourself as a bundle of flesh and bones, which at best is a nest of troubles. Meditate unceasingly, that you may quickly behold yourself as the Infinite Essence, free from every form of misery. Cease being a prisoner of the body; using the secret key of Kriya, learn to escape into Spirit.

Ebba Zingmark: Daylight