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    • When we speak of unconditional love, we understand this to constitute a state of loving unconditionally, come what may. When we meditate on unconditional love, we consider the evolutionary need to transcend our emotions and thus contemplate our present capacity to be able to do so. Werecognize the need for…

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    • As we prepare to cross the threshold into 2014, many of us may find ourselves reflecting on the year 2013. The first thought that comes to mind in my own reflections is how 2013 had a lot to live up to. In fact, it was ushered in under an enormous…

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    • Pema Chodron, author of Practicing Peace in Times of War, asks the question, “Why is it that we all want a peaceful existence, yet our actions or reactions produce just the opposite?” She suggests that there is a ‘moment’ when we have a choice whether to react with anger…

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    • Is Love the Answer to Everything? Concluding Part 3 The original question from the Facebook friend could not have been more divinely timed as it caught me at a rare moment. The evening before, and to some degree that morning, I found myself walking a very fine line between reaction and…

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    • Is Love the Answer to Everything? Part 2 Following on from Part 1, I personally do not view life on Earth as some “great game”. I sense Earth to be a place of learning, healing and growing, one that offers a unique potential to evolve from a lower to a…

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    • Is Love the Answer to Everything? Part 1 In response to a post I had shared, a FB friend sent a private message asking the following question: “How do we love the unlovable? How do we find it in our hearts to love the ones who have destroyed lives, stolen…

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    • …So, where are we? I can only express what I myself sense, gnosis and experience, the wisdom that arises from my Higher Self and the guidance that streams through me via ‘The Luminous Ones’, who journey with me on the Path in this life that I have chosen. As I was meditating on…

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    • We can go through our whole lives with an underlying sense that something is missing. Rarely do we realize that what is missing is a part of ourselves. In the ‘preverbal’ stages of our development the environment impacts us in a profound way. Our parents, or primary caregivers, influence our…

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    • ”I offer you peace. I offer you love. I offer you friendship. I see your beauty. I hear your need. I feel your feelings. My wisdom flows from the Highest Source in you. I salute that Source in you. Let us work together for unity and love.” —Mahatma Gandhi …

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    • It has been some time since I have written about the pre and post 21.12.12 evolutionary trajectory. The main reason for this is that I have been living it and, in that, observing and feeling into a coherent sense of what is continuing to unfold. The last time…

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