“Possibly the only fear greater than death is love, real love. Finding out that you do love, that this is your nature, is the beginning of the end for everything in you that thinks it is separate. When you get upset with people, it’s really because the love is there and you don’t want it to be…
True love has nothing to do with liking someone, agreeing with him or her,or being compatible. It is a love of unity, a love of seeing God wearing all the masks and recognizing itself in all of them. Without it, truth becomes an abstraction that is sort of cool and analytical, and that is not the real Truth. The Truth exposes itself in the willingness to open to this intimate connectedness with everything.” Adyashanti
Join us for our latest perfomance at Collection Theatre 51 Camden Park Road London 7:00 pm July 31st Aug 1 & 2 part of the Camden Fringe
“THE DAY SKY”
Let us be like
Two falling stars in he day sky
Let no one know of our sublime beauty
As we hold hands with God
Into a sacred existence that defies-
Every description of ecstasy
“…We have come to be danced
not the nice invisible, self-conscious shuffle
but the matted hair flying, voodoo mama
shaman shakin’ ancient bones dance
the strip us from our castings, return our wings
sharpen our claws & tongues dance
the shed dead cells and slip into
the luminous skin of love dance…”
“Last night, as I was sleeping,
I dream’t—-marvelous error!—-
That I had a beehive
Here inside my heart.
And the golden bees Were making white combs
And sweet honey
From my old failures”
On my birthday today I will focus on these reminders
1. Maintain an awareness of the preciousness of human life. Beginning to realize how precious life is becomes one of the most powerful tools. It’s like gratitude… once you have this feeling of gratitude for your own life and the preciousness of human birth, then it takes you into any realm.
2. Be aware of the reality that life ends; death comes for everyone. Life is very brief. If you realize that you don’t have that many more years to live and if if you live your life as if you actually had only a day left, then the sense of impermanence heightens that feeling of preciousness and gratitude.
3. Recall that whatever you do, whether virtuous or not, has a result; what goes around comes around. The law of karma is that we sow the seeds and we reap the fruit. So when you find yourself in a dark place… you can think, “Maybe it’s a time to get a little golden spade and dig myself out of this place.”
4. Contemplate tat as long as you are to focused on self-importance and too caught up in thinking about how good or bad you are, you will suffer. Obsessing about getting what you wantand avoiding what you don’t want does not result in happiness.