30 Day Challenge: Unplugging, Meditating, Hallelujah!

I like writing. I really do.  Yet, I’m going to keep this short.

“A mind stretched by new experiences will never return to its old dimensions.”  Shared by Oliver Wendell Holmes – why not go for a new experience?  Living without using a cell phone, car, computer, or listening to any music (aside from the Divine Symphony which is constantly playing, ahh even the sound of these keys sounds so beautiful when I become aware of them…) …well let’s just say it will be a new experience.

Putting to the test the good ole wisdom of Gandhi, Jesus, Buddha, of many many who have come before.  Getting a little closer to fulfilling Gandhi’s prescription for success…”Renounce and Enjoy.”  A little bit of renunciation never hurt anyway.  Besides, to get what we really, truly, most deeply desire in life, we’ll have to give something up.  I figure, my truest and deepest desires are not cell phones, computers, music, or a car.  So hey, why not give them?  Making room for something much greater!

The Kingdom of Heaven is Within.  The best things in life are free.  Why not spend a month going deep into meditation and discovering what treasures lie within?  It sounds like a pretty universal way to spend…not really wanting to exclude anyone 😉  Rather, living in the Unity!  We all have the ability to sit, close our eyes, breathe, and just be.  As a good friend told me as we parted ways for the summer, “Just be.”

Here’s to just being!  We are miracles.  Just to be…it’s amazing.

Hallelujah 🙂

All Praise Be to Everyone, Everything…to the Most High!

“You shall know the Truth and the Truth shall set you free.”  Questing for the Truth!

So grateful for freedom 🙂



and one more…

Hallelujah! 🙂  God is awesome.  And by God, I sort of mean you…me…everyone…and everything! A glorious Creation!

So hard to say goodbye to this world of text…ahhh last words just keep going…

Oh.  Here’s one.  Smile!  It might just save a life.


Peace, Peace, Peace.  Yoga rocks. Meditation rocks.  You are beautiful.  Remember, beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, so if you really want, you can train your eyes to perceive everything and everyone as totally beautiful – wouldn’t that be quite the awesome world to live in?

One thing I’ll be practicing this month…Seeing.  Seeing the Divine Beauty and Goodness in All 🙂

Key: Go slowly.  Live in the Present, Wonderful Moment – what Swami Satchidananda refers to as the Golden Present!  Tis golden indeed 🙂

Breathe!!! In the Goodness, out the Love to One and All.

So much for keeping this short.  Well…

Breathe.  Be.

You’re Good, God, Infinite, Beautiful, Amazing, Radiance, Pure Bliss, Unconditional Love, Peace, Joy, Grace, and so much more 🙂  Divine!



Adios! To God we go…