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Any feeling that we resist, persist. Any feeling that we allow, can go!

… Enjoy the dance, enjoy the river of life bringing all its different flavours, shapes and colours.

If you are in the dark, be like a seed: rest in the now, relax in the intensity, take your time to face what is getting alive, and feel!


The Swiss psychologist Carl Jung is noted for saying this. But what did he mean?

Jung was talking about his research into what he called, The Shadow. He found that patients who resisted aspects of themselves would have those aspects persist, or actually enlarge.



If you want to go all the way, throw all away.
And right there, there is a joy, a freedom and lightness.
Strip everything back to nothing.
Throw your attachments, your desires, your needs
and immediately you are in a state of
total freshness, total wholeness.
Every human being should do this once in a while.
The earnest seeker develops this unsparing attitude
to free their minds from the cholesterol of egoic identity.
Be in that emptiness and you see
that emptiness is completeness.
And the more you do it, the more you enjoy
the effortlessness of it all.
Now, ignore the voice of the interpreter, the journalist,
the accountant or the mathematician and in a short while,
you won’t want him back.
If you want to go all the way, throw all away.

~ Mooji


“Depression is your body saying, ‘F*ck you, I don’t want to be this character anymore. I don’t want to hold up this avatar you’ve created in the world, it’s too much for me… Your body needs Deep Rest from the character you’ve been trying to play”.
– Jim Carrey

I really believe this deeper, non-dual, mythological and soul-level understanding of depression as a ‘call to deep rest’ can change the world, clear up much fear, shame and confusion, heal many hearts… and save many lives. ❤️


”Don’t ask them to give you their hand. Instead, offer them your hand. Don’t ask for their heart, offer them your heart. Offer them your ear, your love, your shoulder. Release your friends, your family, from the shame of their brokenness. Let them know that you love them through the brokenness, because of the brokenness, and God-willing, after the brokenness.

Free your loved ones of the energy they spend to hide their brokenness from you. Free them of the shame of coming to you as they are.

Let them spend that energy on surviving, on healing, on thriving. Let us love one another as we are, so that we may become all we are meant to be.” ~Omid Safi


“Forgiveness is a sword that cuts the ties of attachment and suffering.
It opens the possibility of our accessing the greatest treasure that exists in this world: freedom.”

“Forgiveness is a flower that is born when we are sufficiently mature. It is a manifestation of divine love, a miracle that takes place when we decide to turn the page of the book of life and say: Be happy! Thank you. Forgiveness is the beginning of freedom. In truth, when we can free the other, we free ourselves.”
– Sri Prem Baba


“Be like water making its way through cracks. Do not be assertive, but adjust to the object, and you shall find a way around or through it. If nothing within you stays rigid, outward things will disclose themselves.

Empty your mind, be formless. Shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put water into a bottle and it becomes the bottle. You put it in a teapot, it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend.”

— Bruce Lee


Attracting Love

In the infinity of life where I am, all is perfect, whole, and complete. I live in harmony and balance with everyone I know. Deep at the centre of my being, there is an infinite well of love. I now allow this love to flow to the surface. It fills my heart, my body, my mind, my consciousness, my very being, and radiates out from me in all directions and returns to me multiplied. The more love I use and give, the more I have to give. The supply is endless. The use of love makes me feel good; it is an expression of my inner joy. I love myself; therefore, I take loving care of my body. I lovingly feed it nourishing foods and beverages, I lovingly groom it and dress it, and my body lovingly responds to me with vibrant health and energy. I love myself; therefore, I provide for myself a comfortable home, one that fills all my needs and is a pleasure to be in. I fill the rooms with the vibration of love so that all who enter, myself included, will feel this love and be nourished by it.


All my relationships are harmonious