Absolute Presence

There is no resistance in absolute presence. There can’t be, because it’s new in each moment. Resistance is a build up from past experience – like a memory or echo of a situation that has gone before, and left an imprint. By holding someone or something in a past state, the ability to respond to what actually IS, is impeded. It can result in stagnation and looping – as if the past is still active in the present. Presence is a moment by moment process. It allows for new truths to be built around currently existing facts and circumstances, without the echoes of the past creating resistance to the infinite potential in each new moment. Of course it’s tied in to letting go (one of Continue reading Absolute Presence

March 2016 Visibility Challenge

This visibility challenge was an opportunity for me to commit to myself to show up every day, no matter what, to create a video. I had no particular ‘reason,’ other than to explore the vulnerability of being visible in more ways. When I first began, I had no idea what the topics would be, or if I’d have enough to cover the time I had committed to. Each day led to insights that offered potential topics for the next day, and so on. I enjoyed the process, and feel I gained a deeper sense of alignment through the daily explorations. I came to understand that being visible is not just an external experience. It is an integral experience that flows from deep within, expressing externally Continue reading March 2016 Visibility Challenge

Giving and Receiving

I’ve just had a deeper understanding around the idea that giving is a gift for the giver and the receiver. On an energetic level, when we give a gift, the gift for us is in receiving its reception. This happens on many levels of our being, and can be very subtle. It happens without our conscious awareness – we CANNOT give without receiving. We CAN, however, manipulate this, and give in order to receive, which distorts the process by adding a subtle imbalance to it. This might happen if the giver is in a state of constriction or lack, feeling that their survival is at stake without the receiving of ____(whatever they seek)____. What this does is add value judgements of reciprocity or exchange to Continue reading Giving and Receiving