A simple poem I’d like to share, by Donna Faulds.
Let go of the ways you thought life would unfold:
the holding of plans or dreams or expectations – Let it all go.
Save your strength to swim with the tide.
The choice to fight what is here before you now will
only result in struggle, fear, and desperate attempts
to flee from the very energy you long for. Let go. Read more
One of the most useful lessons I ever learned in my shaman training was that life is really very simple, and so are the solutions to our problems. What makes it seem so complicated is that we get distracted by all the things there are to see and do and think about, and then we get so stressed by the effort to make everything work out right that we get confused and angry or fearful. Read more
Love is frequently depicted by two hearts pierced with Cupid’s arrow. But must we stand by and wait for the arrows in Cupid’s quiver before finding ourselves in the throes of love?
My emphatic reply is, “No!”
Here’s a different point of view in line with modern-day science – that being smitten is a function of invisible forces.
And what are these invisible forces? Read more
One of the greatest discoveries of the ancient kahunas was that love works better than anything else as a tool for effective action. Jesus taught similarly. For the Huna masters, the first thing to consider in our desire to feel compassionate love for the world is always our love for ourselves. Your connection with yourself is the most basic relationship you have. If you are not in harmony with yourself, if you don’t have a loving relationship with yourself, you will then Read more
The philosophy of Huna represents a unique expression of indigenous wisdom that has emerged from secret teachings of the ancient Polynesian people of Hawaii and the South Seas islands. All these island cultures are linked by a common root language, kindred spiritual practices, similar traditional stories and a shared approach to everyday relating, commerce, Read more