If you are going to question your beliefs, it is important that you really want to know the truth. This may not always be the case, often we are more interested in safety, comfort, or pleasure. Your willingness to explore will directly impact the depth of your discovery. our inquiry is most potent when it is full-hearted. As you enter this self-investigation, it is important to ask yourself how much you are interested in the truth ant to be honest about your answer. Deep inquiry strips away layers of falsehood. You may not want to be so naked. If your inquiry stays on the level of the mind, it has limited impact. Over the years of working with clients, I have found that if people bring attention to the heart center, get quiet, and consult their deepest inner knowing, a powerful transformative wisdom will arise. ~John Prendergast
finding our truth is really much more about listening when it calls…we cannot find something that is not there….
The true source of joy is love — love of God, love of beauty, love of wisdom, love of another human being, it does not matter which. It is all one love: a joyful awareness of dissolving boundaries of our ordinary narrow self, of being one with the reality beyond, of being made whole. ~Irma Zaleski
To gain completion we must give ourselves the time in which to grow. Wholeness does not come overnight. True, insights come in a flash, in a burst of out-of-time experience, but it may take years to translate insights into behavior. We make haste slowly, as the old adage advises to embody what we realize is true, we may need to organize our life so as to offer options to grow in edifying choices and habits. That means being patient and designing life wit an eye toward gaining reflective time. We need more than our weekends, more than just a Sunday retreat, to devote our entire life to a progression that has no limit or end to its wholesome growth. ~Marsha Sinetar