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”When you come out of the storm you won’t be the same person that walked in. That is what the storm is all about.” ~ Haruki Murakamis

”When you come out of the storm you won’t be the same person that walked in. That is what the storm is all about.” ~ Haruki Murakamis

“I hear you.
I understand you.
Don’t hurry the events.”
— God
“Leave everything undefined, including yourself. Befriend uncertainty. Fall in love with mystery. Kneel at the altar of not knowing. Give your questions time to breath. And the answers will find you.”
— Jeff Foster
”I do not believe in miracles, I rely on them.” ~ Yogi Bhajan

”I do not believe in miracles, I rely on them. ~ Yogi Bhajan

The only way out is through it.

“Death is a natural part of continuation of Life. The meaning of Death is always to reveal the hidden meaning of Life.”
— My non-physical Spiritual Teacher K.
“I am never upset for the reason I think.”
— A Course in Miracles (Lesson 5)

I give myself permission to have what I want. (Affirmation)

All my experiences are opportunities to gain more power, clarity, and vision. (Affirmation)

"There are those, however, that are not frightened of grief: dropping deep into the sorrow, they find therein a necessary elixir to the numbness. When they encounter one another, when they press their foreheads against the bark of a centuries-old tree…their eyes well with tears that fall easily to the ground. The soil needs this water. Grief is but a gate, and our tears a kind of key opening a place of wonder thats been locked away. Suddenly we notice a sustaining resonance between the drumming heart within our chest and the pulse rising from the ground" ~ David Abram

"There are those, however, that are not frightened of grief: dropping deep into the sorrow, they find therein a necessary elixir to the numbness. When they encounter one another, when they press their foreheads against the bark of a centuries-old tree…their eyes well with tears that fall easily to the ground. The soil needs this water. Grief is but a gate, and our tears a kind of key opening a place of wonder thats been locked away. Suddenly we notice a sustaining resonance between the drumming heart within our chest and the pulse rising from the ground" ~ David Abram