Inertness is the universal sign of death. Nothing can exist without movement.
Deviation from perfection is the beauty of human experience.
The spiritual practice isn't about rejecting darkness—it's realizing that both the light and dark are love.
Look outside and you will see yourself. Look inside and you will find yourself.
Om is said to be a four-syllable word in Sanskrit, originally as AUM. A, the waking state. U, the dream state. M, the unconscious state. And the fourth, the silence that surrounds it—wherefrom everything arises and whereto everything inevitably returns. It is the silence that surrounds om that contains everything. It is the silence in your own life that contains and gives birth to everything you have, and everything you will ever need. It is this same silence we avoid, overlook, and disregard as nothing. The white space of life we abhor. We fill our lives with noise, drama, screens, people, and “stuff” to avoid the void that reminds us of our truth—that beyond flesh that once was not, and will inescapably become not, we are eternal.
Surrender is not submission; it is a letting go not a giving in.