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In memory of Edgar Mitchell: Explorer of the Moon and Consciousness

By |2017-12-11T21:21:27+11:00February 10th, 2016|

We went to the moon as technicians and we came back as humanitarians. ~Edgar Mitchell   https://vimeo.com/154398850 Most people know Edgar Mitchell best as an Apollo 14 astronaut and sixth person to walk on the moon. A US Navy Captain, MIT-trained aeronautics engineer, recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the NASA distinguished service award, and

Love hurts…it has to…to wake you up!

By |2019-10-07T23:28:52+11:00September 20th, 2014|

This is a follow up post from last month’s “Dear Rumi, What is true love?“.  I am writing this to emphasise three things: Firstly that the “capital letters True Love” is not something other worldly, it is not something higher and separate from us to achieve, it is our fabric and true nature; we only need to be able to experience ourselves as true love. Secondly ...

The busy man and his saw

By |2019-10-13T09:32:52+11:00September 12th, 2014|

Very often I come across people who are so tied up feverishly putting time and effort in everyday activities such as family matters, work, study, friends, aspirations, check list travelling (ticking off more places and tourist attractions) even shop-around self-development (jumping from one self-development work to the next in search of the latest and the

Dear Rumi…Do I have free will?

By |2019-06-01T00:54:06+11:00June 27th, 2014|

Dear Rumi ... Do I have Free Will?     Do I have free will and choice in life, or is it all predetermined? What do "acceptance" and "surrender" mean in real life? Rumi Calendar Series - Response to the June Question This is an age old unanswered question which Rumi says will never be