Wired for Magic: Awakening Beyond “Just This”


You keep hearing that the whole point of awakening is the end of suffering because the self that suffers is seen as a character in the dream, not the real you. I’ve said it myself in early post-awakening articles and even today, it’s being said repeatedly by non dual teachers. Just this morning I read […]

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What if Your Awakening is Not Just for You?


Have you noticed there’s a not-so-subtle narcissistic weather pattern that prevails in today’s awakening and non-duality climate? It’s a kind of low pressure system of “how can waking up make MY life better” and unfortunately a whole lot of contemporary teachers—me included—have at times accidentally or even purposefully catered to that self-serving impulse. I’ve watched people in […]

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Carbonated Holiness and Synchronistic Mischief


“Laughter is carbonated holiness.” ~ Anne Lamott I’ve been crazy busy these days creating courses in the synchronicity playground, where my life is becoming so non-ordinary in its meaningful coincidences that I am startled into wonder and awe daily. My Forty Day Magic Challenge and the Love Your Body Magic and Miracles Bootcamp are filled with […]

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Why Shakti Matters


I’m in a room of folks who are shaking, trembling, laughing and crying. One is even chanting in Spanish though I think she told me she was Bulgarian. We’ve been meditating for about thirty minutes and the sudden outburst of expression is happening because the teacher has gone around the room touching peoples heads. In […]

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A Guru in the Guest Room {Review}


Spiritual Truths Delivered with Comedic Timing This funny book is about love. Not romantic love or even sentimental love, but about the bottomless true love that is here always when we stop paddling around on the surface of ourselves and instead dive to the depths of Self. Few swimmers will ever stop to notice the […]

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Death of the Narrator


Do you ever stop to listen to your thoughts? If you do, you’ll notice that other than occasional functional, creative or investigative thought, the thinking mind has three full time jobs: It reflects on the past, it projects the future or it comments on the present. Waking up, at least for me, was the instant […]

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