What We Know

Our minds’ always want to know the answer to our existence.

It is beyond our minds’ comprehension.
What answer would our minds’ provide for the explanation?
An equation? A prayer? A Story?
We are the answer.
We are woven into its very existence.
We are a part of a whole that is bound together by love
We find this answer in our heart
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I was originally taught to find G-d in a synagogue

I looked everywhere outside of myself
I always came up empty
I finally gathered enough strength to look inside of myself
I then found what I had been subconsciously protecting
The love that was always there
In my heart
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“I” am “Existence”

When “I” talk or think, “I call myself “I”
How can “I” be an “I”?
What is an “I”?
Is an “I” separate from the “existence” that  surrounds me?
Can “I” take myself out of existence itself?
An “I” is what “I” call myself
Clearly, “I” cannot be just an “I”
“I” am composed of too many named “parts” (Eyes, Ears, Nose, Electrons, Protons, Quarks, Neutrinos, Photons….)
All these parts are created by the mind
More and more “parts” are created by the minds of society every day
 “I” is a mind created societal name
“I” is woven into “existence”
“I” is a mental concept
“I” am “real”, but “I” am a part of “existence”
“I” and “existence” are one
There is no “self” and “other”
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I used to think that love was something that I could only acquire from outside of myself
Ever since I was a little boy, I remember performing activities to gain the love and approval of others
Whether it be my parents or the significant others in my life
This same theme of acquiring love and affection from outside of myself carried on into my adult life
So what is different now?
I now know that I must love myself first
Now that I truly love myself, I can extend my love to others
The force that permeates throughout the “universe” (of which “I” am a part of)  is LOVE
By | June 10th, 2016|Categories: Blog|Tags: , |

Our Dual and Non-Dual Self

What is the difference between the dual self and the non-dual self?



What is a dual self ?

The  dual self is a representation of  self.

It is the sense of self that is created utilizing thoughts, vision, touch, taste, smell or preconception or other limited human perceptions of self.


What is the non-dual self?

It turns out that myself is actually a non-myself.

If  all  ideas of self are removed,  we are left strictly with consciousness.

In  total stillness,  we are no longer a discrete self.

“we” are  woven into the very fabric of “space time” itself.

“we” therefore represent a portion of the “universe(s)” itself.

“we” are therefore a part of the “cosmic microwave background radiation”.



The non-dual self is an unknowable and un-namable energy form that is woven into the very fabric of “space time” itself.

In modern science, “we” would be named as a part of the “cosmic microwave background radiation”.

All of humanity, (whether they are aware of it or not) have this non-dual form.

We are all part of the universe itself.

We are the universe observing itself through us.

Humans are like stars with minds.

The human mind is separating what is ultimately a “oneness”.

It is up to humanity to make this “oneness” a “oneness of love”.


By | May 31st, 2016|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , |