Author Archives: Sally McKirgan

Peacefulness Now by Jack Altman

Peacefulness Now Is there peacefulness now?  Is there attention (choiceless, effortless, aimless, unfocused, not knowing, not judging, suffering-addressing, grateful, surrendered attention) – to what is, which includes mental and or physical discomfort? I do not know.  “Not knowing” allows peacefulness in this moment.  The following words point to Mystery beyond words. Observing breathing is always [...]

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Learning from Extremes

Learning from Extremes: Pride and Humility  by  Ed Hirsch We might dismiss extremes as having nothing to do with us, but they present life lessons from which we can benefit without having to act them out. After all, they are simply acting out what is potential within all of us. They illuminate what we ourselves [...]

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Only Now Exists

The now moment is the only time that exists. by John Smallman 2017-05-14-saul-audio-blog-for-sunday-may-14th.mp3 Saul Audio Blog for Sunday May 14th I found the above very interesting.  John Smallman is a non-dual spiritual teacher.

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That Elusive Peace and Joy

The Elusiveness of Peace and Joy! Do you want peace and joy?  Of course you do.  As least you think you do until you have a judgment or an upset that you won’t let go of.   You are sure something was done to you and you are certain you are right and the offending party [...]

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I wanted to share this link because Professor George Lakoff explains why we disagree and how we can learn to find common ground to become more agreeable! It is 27 minutes  interview with Tavis Smiley of PBS  Professor of Cognitive Science, George Lakoff, UC Berkeley:

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A Healthy Dose of Laughter

I wanted to share this because don’t we need to LAUGH at everything?! TODAY: A Healthy Dose of Laughter          I read that a child laughs 400 times a day on the average, while an adult laughs only 15 times each day. Which is puzzling since laughter feels so good and is so good for [...]

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What Do You Believe by Jim Hatton

What Do You Believe”         By Jim Hatton There are many authors-teachers who have recently gained popularity in the western culture.  People like Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Eckhart Tolle, and even Joel Osteen, are professing a non-traditional line of thinking. New Thought, New Thought-Ancient Wisdom, Creative Thought, New Age, all these names and [...]

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Quotes on which to Reflect

Quotes to Reflect on During this time of Lent Can you Imagine the Deep Peace that comes from letting go of judgments? A Course In Miracles *********** Life is too important to be taken seriously. – Oscar Wilde ******* Seriousness is a sickness; your sense of humor makes you more human, more humble. The sense [...]

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The Law of the Garbage Truck

The Law of the Garbage Truck One day I hopped in a taxi and we took off for the airport. We were driving in the right lane when suddenly a black car jumped out of a parking space right in front of us. My taxi driver slammed on his brakes, skidded, and missed the other car by just inches! [...]

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Reminders to choose Peace!

As you go through the days ahead, no matter how you judge them to be, remember peace is a choice.  It is a BIG choice, something you choose every minute. Whatever is before you, you have a beautiful mind that can either believe it accept it – reject it – hate it or fight it. [...]

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