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Random Acts of Kindness

Somseva is an organization I founded last year to offer spiritual tools and support for those who are committed to serving others. The name Somseva comes from the combination of Science of Mind (SOM), the spiritual philosophy founded by Ernest Holmes, and Seva, the Sanskrit word meaning selfless service. 434 more words

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Presence and Technology

Presence, to me, is being fully in this moment of now. In addition to being able to fully enjoy each moment, presence also heightens our creativity because all creativity happens in the moment of now. 628 more words

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Beyond the Noise


In a perfect synchronicity, this was the view under my chair as I wrote this blog.

Beyond the noise of political campaigns and other news headlines, and all the thoughts that vie for our attention, there is some essence of us that is pure and innocent, that urges us to be present, to remember that our nature is love. 552 more words

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Yes, You Can Meditate

(Gregory Toole teaches meditation and is currently offering a four-week online meditation course. Click here  for more information.)

I started meditating when I was in college. 667 more words

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Experiencing Oneness Moment by Moment

The great yoga teacher, B.K.S. Iyengar described oneness in the most embodied sense I had ever heard. He said that to experience oneness is to feel every cell of our body simultaneously. 563 more words

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Prospering in Your Calling

Most of us experience this interesting dilemma in life: can we follow our calling and put all of our energy into it, or do we need to follow our calling on the side after working the job that pays our bills? 571 more words

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A WORLD THAT WORKS FOR EVERYONE. WHAT DOES THAT LOOK LIKE?

This post focuses on a look at the vision of Centers for Spiritual Living (CSL). Those in other New Thought organizations may find some value here, but the focus of this post is parochial. 2,191 more words

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