Removing Judgement From Your Journey, And Enjoying The Learning That Comes From Suffering

Have you ever (when in a safe context and space) laughed through pain, or through a painful story when working through your own challenging experience or when helping someone else work though a painful story of their own?

I am not referring to those who laugh in situations that they find awkward out of discomfort either, but instead, I am referring to the genuine full-belly laugh that comes from a place of truly understanding the hilarity and absurdity of a situation, event, or experience? If you have, then you would have touched upon some very important truths about life, the nature of our minds, and the insanity of our collective experience.

Congratulations! You are one step closer to getting a grip on this whole insane situation.

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Week 2: Reflections On The Practice As The Path (Sutra 1)

“Music has always been an important part of my life, and singing even more so since, from childhood, song has been my primary way to connect with my spirit and to safely work through emotions in order to express my feelings in a physical way without these emotions making too much of an impact in the external world when they were more heavy than light…”

What is your practice in life, and how is it guiding your journey to self-realization and actualization in the world?

What are the key factors that make your practice (or practices) an important part of your evolution, and how are you supporting yourself with honoring this practice’s importance on your path each day?