I came across Sadhguru quite by accident when I was making a search. I was so impressed by him, that I bought one of his books. There is more truth (from my view of things) in this man and his teachings than I have had with any church I’ve belonged to in a long while. It all makes sense. I actually listened to a free webinar one night. But one of the hardest ideas to instill in myself, because I’ve never done it in my whole life, is the idea of just “being” . Perhaps I haven’t grasped it’s full [keep going ♥ ...]Pin It
Claiming to be a prophet of God through whom revelations were to be made, he set up a religio-political organization of unique character.
This morning, I went down to our workshop to cut some boards for some customers. That’s what I do in my home business. My husband had put two mouse traps there and while I was working away, I happen to glance down and there was a poor mouse caught in the trap, with it’s little eyes looking up in a surprised expression of death. Tears came to my eyes and I had a hard time to keep from having an all out cry. I hate that part of me. I hate the fact that I feel too damn much. That’s [keep going ♥ ...]
I think there is much truth in this LDS hymn. It resonates within me very deeply. It was written by William W. Phelps who has a very checkered history in the Mormon church, however these words show a deep understanding of the universe considering it was published in 1842. 1. If you could hie to Kolob In the twinkling of an eye, And then continue onward With that same speed to fly, Do you think that you could ever, Through all eternity, Find out the generation Where Gods began to be? 2. Or see the grand beginning, Where space did [keep going ♥ ...]