Category Archives: Ashwada

The road of success

The road of success is littered with failures. Don’t let failure stop you; learn, change direction if needed, and keep going. Advertisements

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Sahaja: The Wordless Wisdom of the Body

I enjoy watching people. My new favorite place to do this is the grocery store, especially the lines at the front. Despite the forced intimacy of strangers crowded together into lines, it’s so common in most of our lives as … Continue reading

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Luminosity Behind the Veil

My father is dying. He’s had heart trouble for years, getting a quadruple bypass, and later a pacemaker; he even tried an experimental stem cell therapy. Now his body is giving up as his liver and kidneys are also failing. … Continue reading

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Why do we choose to suffer?

The Buddhists connect our suffering with desire. Although there is a connection, the Buddhists make a grave error, and that errors results in their 3rd noble truth: to end our suffering we must end our craving. Talk about throwing out … Continue reading

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What is Love?

I have thought for a long time that the word love is overused, and has way too many meanings. After all, is it the same thing to love my beloved, mom, dog, dancing and ice cream? It’s not a well … Continue reading

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The Secret of Success

Yesterday I learned the secret of success. I was taking a workshop from the brilliant Tantric teacher Douglas Brooks. He was talking about some concepts I’d heard him speak of several times before, but this time the pieces fell into … Continue reading

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The Bearable Bliss of Being.

WARNING: SEXUAL CONTENT Close your eyes and tune into your body. What do you feel? “Nothing, it’s just me”.  Ok, but what does “me” feel like? Tune in calmly, and you will feel a subtle pleasure. A little calm sweetness, … Continue reading

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