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Yoga: Four Ways To Unveil The Truth

We are all one, we just have different accents.

Unveil the Truth

Unveil the Truth

But I realize understanding we are all one is not easy.  We are pre-programmed to think I am am me and you are you.

No such thing I’m afraid, not when we are able to unveil the truth

Have I? NO, no way, my veil seems tight and needs some grease and grace to open up.  I am as blind as I am willing to open the divine veil so I can see clear now.

The rain is gone.

Here are ten ways to unveil the truth:

1. – Awake to the Certainty that We Are All ONE

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10 Unusual Places I Found Silence on a Frantic Day

I like to write in secret. Always have. I cozy up to the page and tell her everything.  But what I like most about the intimate act of writing is the silence.
James asks what am I writing.
Nothing, I say. 
Not satisfied, he wants an example, a line, a tip of a thread that might lead him to know exactly what my pen is deploying through the ink.  Makes me mad.
Just journaling, I say. 
It works.
Silence is a luxury, a precious commodity, and impossibility. It is that thing we never get, at least not the kind I like.
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19 Benefits of Sitting in Silence

Sitting in silence is a HIGHLY PERSONAL experience, but,  it is also a very real one.  

By now you already know my stand on that word… “meditation”, you know that don’t like it.  Here is why.   

Sitting in Silence, is my preference of words… and when it comes to it, just like with everything that is personal, only you can detect the benefits it brings to you — which I would love to hear about. 


However, I can tell you of the ones I found… so far… as benefits for me.

Because there is no end to the rabbit hole:

  1. The patterns that my mind uses to distract me become very clear.
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Walk Through Walls In 7 Steps

Everyone wants to follow their passion. I want to follow mine. I hope you want to follow yours. But how often have I said to myself one of these excuses: “I can’t right now because” , or “I’m not good enough because…”, or  “I have a foreign accent” and I put myself in a prison that I created and I lock the doors behind me. 

How do we break down the wall that we, through our “education”, “culture”, “backgrounds”, etc, put up brick by brick for ourselves. I know it’s hard for me to break down this wall for myself. It’s a process I go through every day. 

When I was growing up in Argentina, people were disappearing right off the streets and never returning because they dared to break down the wall.Read the rest
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