Monthly Archives: December 2010

An Attitude of Service

Having an attitude of service is both practical and grounding. It is an expression of our contact with the abundance within us and the circulation of the energy that is our everyday experience. In serving, we are cultivating a skill: … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

Cultivating an Intention

I’ve talked about the importance of intention and how powerful it can be. It is only powerful when you cultivate it. If you keep it on the shelf in your refrigerator, it’s completely useless. Think about what it means to … Continue reading

Posted in Growing, Sadhana | 2 Comments

Attachment and Moving On

In most eastern spiritual literature, attachment is talked about as a problem. I don’t exactly agree with that–I think that eliminating attachment is not necessary. What IS necessary is letting go when something is over. Being connected is not a … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments