true love

Love is what we are born with. Fear is what we learn. The spiritual journey is the unlearning of fear and prejudices and the acceptance of love back in our hearts. Love is the essential reality and our purpose on earth. To be consciously aware of it, to experience love in ourselves and others, is the meaning of life. Meaning does not lie in things. Meaning lies in us. 

— Marianne Williamson

an exercise in presence

TRY: During the day, see if you can detect the bloom of the present moment in every moment, the ordinary ones, the “in-between” ones, even the hard ones. Work at allowing more things to unfold in your life without forcing them to happen and without rejecting the ones that don’t fit your idea of what “should” be happening. See if you can sense the “spaces” through which you might move with no effort... Notice how if you can make some time early in the day for being, with no agenda, it can change the quality of the rest of your day. By affirming first what is primary in your own being, see if you don’t get a mindful jump on the whole day and wind up more capable of sensing, appreciating, and responding to the bloom of each moment.

― Jon Kabat-Zinn; from the book Wherever You Go, There You Are

Hello Friends,

I've been working away on preparing for the launch of Meditation Pusher™  in the New Year + planning events to connect with you more... I know that this is the work I am meant to be doing right now... I create, I write, I communicate + I research...I work this love + I love this work. 

It has taken me a long time to arrive at this kind of clarity + none of this would be possible without my meditation practice... the focus, the discipline, the non-attachment + the patience are all sustainable because I take my seat every day.

I cannot wait to teach you how to effectively do the same with Meditation Pusher™.

Warmly, Alicia.

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come forth into the light

I was born the day I thought: What is? What was? And What if?

I was transformed the day my ego shattered, and all the superficial, material things that mattered to me before, suddenly ceased to matter.

I really came into being the day I no longer cared about what the world thought of me, only on my thoughts for Changing the world.

― Suzy Kassem