I have different ideas on meditation. I believe we can fall into meditative states in all sorts of ways. We don’t have to burn incense, cross our legs in the lotus position, sit in a circle, set crystals, or chant. These things do help certainly. But some people, are just able to meditate, naturally. I wrote … More Meditation naturally
Sheel told me – “Go make a meal. This is the recipe. Take an onion. Chop it finely and fry till golden. Coat finely sliced pieces of chicken or prawns with flour seasoned with one desert-spoonful of paprika, salt and pepper. Fry. Add cream to make a light sauce. Serve with rice or mashed potato.” In … More Recipe for joy
I don’t know how common it is, but I get times – short moments of grace, when I see in light.
Autumn Leaves Its cold out there and windy. The leaves fall off the trees, floating down to the roads and pavements in light elegant spirals. They shuffle dryly in the wind, into corners, even creeping under our front door.
I would think that the whole of creation is a BEING – a consciousness. Even though matter looks like a collection of separate things. It is not. So this is how I see things….
I think the universe is made of light. It is held in place by sound. It is created in the first place by consciousness. (This is a threesome.) Consciousness - Light - Sound.
Sheel told me that repetition was an important thing. Well, we know that.
I became quite practised in changing the light in my light room which glowed with such brilliance. I have not seen anything like it anywhere else.
I realised afterwards Sheel trained me for my kundilini raising (spiritual emergency), My notes which I wrote were my lessons leading to and culminating in this awesome experience.
Once, when I was impatient, Sheel said to me “Patience is the art of waiting for something to change”. I find, in my old age, I am becoming more patient in one way, and less in another.