Stasis, Exstasis, and Enstasis

Stasis is a slowing, a stoppage of flow. Exstasis is a movement out of place. It is etymologically linked to the word existence, understood as constant change and movement. Enstasis is a…

Loving Kindness and Life Source

When we come from a place of genuine loving kindness it is reflected back to us. Sounds so simple, but when we put this knowledge into practice, this is what we receive.…

The Value of the Merger of the Breath Patterns

The inhale and the exhale each create a pattern and effect in the body. In yogic terms, the inhale is the pranic pattern and is the feminine principle associated with creation. It…

Building-burning

building-burning slowly turning moving-stilling breathe ...... no need to rush no need to push just trust ...... the rising-falling forming-dissolving and dance ... with me ... in sublime ... reality

Silence is Golden

Silence is golden. In the space between words, notes, and form, between the inhale and exhale, there is infinite magic, infinite power, and grace. Silence is not a holding in, a muting,…

Journey Into Your Pain

Journey into your pain. Let it flow through you, digest it, so that you release the energy that has remained trapped and begin to flow with your life force. As Rumi says,…

Speaking Consciously

To speak consciously is to be concerned with the wellbeing of oneself and others. It requires as much from the clarity of mind, as it does the feeling into the heart. Just…

Follow Your Desire

Follow your desire. Not to grasp at an object outside of yourself, but to move with your life force. Not to move from automatic acts, but to creation. Not to move from…

Self as Medium

When the self is a subject it stands in the way of what we are doing. The self as subject is defined by grasping or resisting - we want or fear a…