The one who surrenders everything, including himself, and the one who finds nothing, including himself, discover the same Truth. from “Writing on Water” by Sri Mooji — Morning walk to Sinagoga, morning meditation on the nature of truth. Let go of all to find all. Namasté, My hidden perch in the rocks :) for peace – Read More –
All this [world] is conjured by magic;It’s only the water of a desert mirage. Beyond all differences, beyond all forms,Truly, there is only Shiva alone. from “Song of the Advadhut” by Swami Abhayananda Namasté, Photos: Sun rising this morning in Ponta do Sol from my perch on the rocks by the sea :) Namasté.
So very thankful for a restful week (last week) with dear friends in Cha D’Igreja at beautiful Casa no Caminho / Haus Am Weg (link to my previous post about this wonderful place here)! Resting in a hammock was my vibe all week! (Obrigada dear Diane for the photo haha ;) The week before had – Read More –
It often happens during my sunrise walks that some moment of clarity shines through. So, in what might become the first in a “sunrise series” of posts, there is inspiration to share a bit of that reflection. When we are feeling anxiety, stress, or even confusion, this is generally a sign that we are living – Read More –
This morning I decided to disable my social media accounts. While I’ve loved using those accounts as a mode of sharing and connecting, I started to feel an energy drain. Social media was taking too much of my attention. I even felt a little hesitant while disconnecting and I didn’t like that feeling either. At – Read More –
As I near the end of the third season of my podcast, “Live Free with Selena Sage,” (available here) there is a feeling of amazement that one idea has become almost 150 episodes! But before launching into thoughts, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to you and others around the world who have – Read More –
Today, I had a moment of linguistic misunderstanding at a convenience store checkout that spawned a podcast episode (listen to “Talk 45” here) and now this post haha First I’ll say that living in a country that speaks a language other than your first/primary language is a difficult thing. Even as I’ve learned the native – Read More –