Great Comforter

Angry, sad, violent, frustrated, blameful or stressed mind is a reflection of childhood fear. Whether childhood fear comes up through myself or another person I’m aware that it’s a cry for comfort, and I’m also aware that the Great Comforter abides within myself.

Accordingly, I don’t take these things personal. This way, instead of reacting, I can be present to respond as I’m meant to.

Much Aloha!

Enlightenment

Lately people have been asking me whether I’ve reached full enlightenment or ultimate Nirvana…

Here’s what I have to say about that: At this point, I don’t mind what happens, but habit patterns are still playing themselves out. It seems like most of my habitual reactivity to circumstance has been burned up, and where there is reactivity, I am able to remain mostly detached and bear witness to their unraveling.

My whole being feels as if it’s on fire…a very welcome fire. I feel very grateful and patient, as I don’t mind if I experience this fire for eternity, and I also don’t mind if I experience regression, as I’m aware that it’s all necessary and perfect.

Much Love!