zen of Nonsense : or Order and Seeming Sense | Ancient Steps to Mystery

It’s only human beings and their need for orderly minds that would have the audacity to assume that the Universe can be ordered and structured. Maybe, maybe not – there is no seeming “sense” in the chaos-order-cycle of Divine Consciousness played out in our Cosmos, and of course by the Mother of Existence – nature.Continue reading “zen of Nonsense : or Order and Seeming Sense | Ancient Steps to Mystery”

Wednesday Wisdoms | Voice of Men | wisdoms . . . for our growth: Gandhi

  Gandhi’s wisdom and strength: I left the Wednesday slot on the Blog free purposefully, intuitively wanting to know what would “flow in”. Wisdom is what seems to want to flow . . . but maybe not every Wednesday, so maybe there’ll be a blog or post of some kind, and maybe not. As longContinue reading “Wednesday Wisdoms | Voice of Men | wisdoms . . . for our growth: Gandhi”

Tuesday Teachings – thrive | Practice : The 5 Wisdoms of Preparation #1

When you think of “Thrive”, think of the seemingly small things that happened as you were birthed into this life: first you had to breathe, then you needed washing and the protection of warmth, then nurturing, fluids and sleep . . . and very, very importantly your little bodymind started moving for your survival andContinue reading “Tuesday Teachings – thrive | Practice : The 5 Wisdoms of Preparation #1”

zen of “If only” . . . you can change more things than you think

‘If only I had more time.’ ‘If only I had more control.’ If only I had more money’. . . If only the phrase ‘if only’ were banned! We might be feeling as if our choices are limited right now in our human destiny: that others control our destiny – and life is seemingly unfair.Continue reading “zen of “If only” . . . you can change more things than you think”

Wednesday Wisdoms | Voice of Men | wisdoms . . . for our growth: Rumi

  Sufi poet Rumi’s love poems: I left the Wednesday slot on the Blog free purposefully, intuitively wanting to know what would “flow in”. Wisdom is what seems to want to flow . . . but maybe not every Wednesday, so maybe there’ll be a blog or post of some kind, and maybe not. AsContinue reading “Wednesday Wisdoms | Voice of Men | wisdoms . . . for our growth: Rumi”

“Not-Xmas” – zen of seeking comfort in times of sadness

The zen of “not a . . . . christmas for all of us” | a religion, a family tradition, a way of life does not suit all of us and we may not have been born into a family that truly accepts us for the true being we are. I write mainly about myContinue reading ““Not-Xmas” – zen of seeking comfort in times of sadness”

Wednesday Wisdoms | Voice of Men | wisdoms . . . for our growth: Swami Vivekananda “sisters and brothers” 1893 Chicago

  Swami Vivekananda’s teaching: I left the Wednesday slot on the Blog free purposefully, intuitively wanting to know what would “flow in”. Wisdom is what seems to want to flow . . . but maybe not every Wednesday, so maybe there’ll be a blog or post of some kind, and maybe not. As long asContinue reading “Wednesday Wisdoms | Voice of Men | wisdoms . . . for our growth: Swami Vivekananda “sisters and brothers” 1893 Chicago”

What’s going on – zen of “not a mission” statement

The zen of “not a mission statement” . . . missionless-meaning in zen. Today I finally write a meaning statement for zen.vegan.thrive. “What’s going on . . . ?” is one of my favourite all time songs – by Marvin Gaye. One thing I can do daily to stay in flow, with daily meaning, isContinue reading “What’s going on – zen of “not a mission” statement”

Wednesday Wisdoms | Voice of Men | wisdoms . . . for our growth: Lao Tzu’s most known sayings . . .

I left the Wednesday slot on the Blog free purposefully, intuitively wanting to know what would “flow in”. Wisdom is what seems to want to flow . . . but maybe not every Wednesday, so maybe there’ll be a blog or post of some kind, and maybe not. As long as the inspiration keeps coming,Continue reading “Wednesday Wisdoms | Voice of Men | wisdoms . . . for our growth: Lao Tzu’s most known sayings . . .”

zen isn’t a cop out . . . it is a Way to thrive

Zenity is my term for “sanity by zen” . . . And there’s not much more sane than you realising that you are actually your own buddha. Your mind can open up to what is true in your life just for you. . Zen, or living daily with contemplation and meditation, is constantly changing. ItContinue reading “zen isn’t a cop out . . . it is a Way to thrive”

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