Tag: silence

And Remember what Peace there may be in Silence

Silence is my treasured companion. It envelopes, soothes and welcomes me home from my fractured activities. It affords me room to contemplate my long...

When Silence is in Your Bones

When silence is in your bones You feel alive, you feel Like you might die at any moment, Because really, of course, you might. You are...

Spirit Leaves: Sounds that Heighten and Heal

The dimensional shift introduced us to higher frequencies. In an effort to bridge the incongruity this created, it is no wonder we turned to...

A Day of Sacred Silence

Nine weeks at Satha Sai Baba's ashram in Puttaparthi, India! An 11-day Vipassana silent retreat in the California Sierra Nevada! A vision quest in...

Feline Wisdom: Silence

"Silence is a source of great strength." ~ Lao Tzu Have you ever met someone who veers toward the verbose side when a few words...

Nothing At All

"Horror, I've seen horror...the horrors that you've seen. But that gives you no right to call me a murderer. You have the right to...

Releasing the Heart to Get to the Heart of the Matter

An animal will know hours before a storm comes or an earthquake erupts. It is aware of the shifts in its environment, and it...

Healing…In A Moment

In my vision for the future, it is quite possible that less healing will be needed. Those who grew up with the limiting beliefs...

Shhh…Can You Hear It?

Each one of us is born with an innate psychic ability. It is our birthright as children of God. Psychic ability can manifest in...

An Interview with Persian Guru, Kambiz Naficy

Kambiz Naficy is a meditation master and the founder of the international organization, Joy of Life. The mission of Joy of Life is to create...

The Benefits of Silence

In the August issue of Ode magazine, Tijn Touber wrote, "Being silent means more than just holding your tongue. It means listening for the...

An Interview with Sage Lewis

What was the most sacred moment you have had in your life? Sage Lewis: There have been so many sacred moments in my life, but...