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by Joan Kaplan, MA, LMT

Self expression, in any form you feel moved to be creative, is healing, liberating, and brings you closer to the core of who you are. The form in which you choose to express yourself is not so important...

 

Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: How do you connect to your inner voice?

 

 

Meditation


 

Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Wanna watch something wonderful that also contains an important message? This is it!

 

Meditation


 

Editor's note from J. Stewart Dixon: BLUE COLLAR SPIRITUALITY: Unmani
This is a series of articles/videos I will be presenting here at ATH that I will call BLUE COLLAR SPIRITUALITY: What enlightenment looks like in ORDINARY FOLKS. Many of my spiritually awakened friends and I are in this category.  We do not have the eloquence of Adyashanti, the mass appeal of Eckhart Tolle or the motherly sagacity of Gangaji or Ammachi.  We are ordinary, imperfect and quirky human beings and we are spiritually awake.  This is what enlightenment looks like in ordinary people and dare I say that this is probably what it will look like in YOU...

 

Meditation


 

Editor's Note from J. Stewart Dixon: BLUE COLLAR SPIRITUALITY:Brad Blanton
I hung out with Brad one fine September afternoon.  We laughed.  We cried. We traveled down the road to "endarkenment".  Oh, and I went fly-fishin' on his land!   Great guy.  Great teaching.  Enjoy...

This is a series of articles/videos I will be presenting here at ATH that I will call BLUE COLLAR SPIRITUALITY: What enlightenment looks like in ORDINARY FOLKS. Many of my spiritually awakened friends and I are in this category.  We do not have the eloquence of Adyashanti, the mass appeal of Eckhart Tolle or the motherly sagacity of Gangaji or Ammachi.  We are ordinary, imperfect and quirky human beings and we are spiritually awake.  This is what enlightenment looks like in ordinary people and dare I say that this is probably what it will look like in YOU...

 

Meditation


 

Editor's Note from J. Stewart Dixon: BLUE COLLAR SPIRITUALITY: Joey Lott
Beautifully stated from Joey Lott- stop trying to be John Lennon (or- insert other person or quality) and BE your self....and be happy.

This is a series of articles/videos I will be presenting here at ATH that I will call BLUE COLLAR SPIRITUALITY: What enlightenment looks like in ORDINARY FOLKS. Many of my spiritually awakened friends and I are in this category.  We do not have the eloquence of Adyashanti, the mass appeal of Eckhart Tolle or the motherly sagacity of Gangaji or Ammachi.  We are ordinary, imperfect and quirky human beings and we are spiritually awake.  This is what enlightenment looks like in ordinary people and dare I say that this is probably what it will look like in YOU...

 

Meditation


 

Editor's Note from J. Stewart Dixon: BLUE COLLAR SPIRITUALITY: Leonard Jacobson.  Good insight on the illusion of our collective and individual stories.
BLUE COLLAR SPIRITUALITY: What enlightenment looks like in ORDINARY FOLKS. Many of my spiritually awakened friends and I are in this category.  We do not have the eloquence of Adyashanti, the mass appeal of Eckhart Tolle or the motherly sagacity of Gangaji or Ammachi.  We are ordinary, imperfect and quirky human beings and we are spiritually awake.  This is what enlightenment looks like in ordinary people and dare I say that this is probably what it will look like in YOU...

 

Meditation


by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Q-1: How do I quiet the voice inside my head while meditating?

There are several things you can do about it. First is accepting it and not fighting with it. You fight with it and feel that you should not have this noise. The more you want to get rid of it, the more it will stick to you...

 

Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: In this article, Sri Sri answers 5 questions about quieting the voice, the effortlessness of meditation, becoming aware of emotional patterns, etc. See Part 1: Meditation is Food for the Soul and Part 2: Ways We Can Meditate.

 

Meditation


 

Editor's Note from J. Stewart Dixon: Adi Da was my first spiritual teacher and the one who opened my heart to mystery, truth, seeking and suffering. Occasionally it's good to hear about these matters from big gurus.  In our modern times it's easy and fashionable to throw big teachers and gurus out with the bath water.  Not advisable in my opinion...  Adi Da was a great teacher.  I'm always grateful to hear his wisdom.

 

Meditation


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