Monday, December 31, 2012

Judith Orloff, MD: The Ecstasy of Surrender

"You can sabotage success by pushing too hard. Surrender is the antidote to stress in a world that relentlessly conspires to interrupt creative thought. Surrender boosts your brain's endorphins--euphoric, opiate-like pain killers--and serotonin, a natural antidepressant that allows you to relax, have more fun, and succeed more wildly than ever before. Life becomes easier and more blissful when you can let go."


Sunday, December 30, 2012

"We are all sovereign immortal beings of spirit, who chose to come and animate/experience physicality and the illusion of separation, space and time.  In doing so we make the unknown known.  Nothing has gone 'wrong', ever.  Everything is as it should be, and all is perfect.  None of the illusion matters, and you take nothing with you when you exit - save for the experience and the understanding inherent in it.

See past the illusion and you start to wake up.   Waking up gives you more control of your experience.

But until you wake up you are following the programme - and there is nothing wrong with that, because when you have learned all the stuff you came to learn, you exit the programme and start waking up anyway."

NexusEditor - The Chani Project

Friday, December 21, 2012


Life's Journey

"Life’s journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well-preserved body; but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out shouting “Who-whee…what a ride”!"

Author: unknown