You Lack Nothing. | #ReadWithLove Meditation Replay (10/5/2020)


"I live in constant meditation, and if a thought should ever show up as anything less than goodness, I know that it would spill over to other people as confusion, and those other people are me. My job is to enlighten myself to that, and to love the spent rose, the sound of the traffic, the litter on the ground, and the literrer who gives me my world. I pick up the litter, do the dishes, sweep the floor, wipe the baby's nose, and question anything that would cost me the awareness of my true nature.  There's nothing kinder than nothing."

- Byron Katie, A Thousand Names for Joy (chpt 64) 


Hey hey! Here's the #ReadingWithLove replay from last week! 

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9/28 Meditation Replay: How to See God Everywhere


"If you knew how important you are, you would fragment into a billion pieces and just be light.  Any concept keeps your from the awareness of that.  If you really knew who you are without your story, you'd have to be the nameless, the limitless, the ecstatic- just a fool, crazy with love. It's so painful to live outside the light. I don't know how people do it.  It was so painful that I could do it for only forty-three years." 

- Byron Katie, A Thousand Names for Joy (chpt 40) 


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Love says, “You Lack Nothing..."


When you have God, you have everything you need.

by Akilah Peynado of www.akilahpeynado.com

Hello everyone!

Let's continue from where we left off last week. As you are well aware, ​“​Read with Love”​ ​has commenced and we have started reading this fantastic new book named, ​“A Thousand Names of Joy” by Katie Byron a​nd the word fantastic doesn’t even begin to explain the experience I’ve had reading it so far. 

Love is in the Air


by Akilah Peynado of www.akilahpeynado.co​m

Love is in the Air...

“Read with Love”,​ is BACK and is live. Nikki took a break from snatching off our edges every week with her diamond cut words. I can’t lie, I missed it. I missed her words. I missed the atmosphere that was created on ​Mondays at 6:30pm via Zoom.​ However, homegirl HAS to take care of herself first so she can continue to share with others. She was giving us lessons even by taking time off. Silence is the biggest part of the practice.

So I am going to jump right in with a very brief summarization of the 9/14/2020 group. I say “brief” because as you know I can go past 1000 words in regards to what is imparted. Furthermore, I feel like “group” is a moment that needs to be experienced! You can continue to take my word for it though; I’m cool with that, lol!

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Join us as we meditatively #ReadWithLove and dive into ‘A Thousand Names for Joy’ by best selling author, Byron Katie

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The Most Powerful Thing You Can Be Right Now is PATIENT.

 

by John Stephenson of Aloha Mystics

In the past decade and a half, we have been conditioned to accept instant gratification as the norm. We no longer send letters or cards through the mail; we email. We no longer browse through bookstores; we order online, and we no longer share photo albums over coffee in our dens; we post way too many pictures on social media. Perhaps it’s time to develop a little more patience.

A passage from the book of James has been coming into my mind quite often, so perhaps it’s something to contemplate. It goes like this: “My brethren, count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations; knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience. But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing.”

Many of us would like to go back to that simpler time, where the temptations of the world seemed manageable and our spiritual practice fit in neatly with our everyday life of family, friends and work. Now it seems that those activities are being controlled by a pandemic and depending on where we live, the response to that appearance can seem oppressive. We are frustrated that it all hasn’t gone away. What happened to instantaneous healing?

Well, let’s look at that.

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