Category Archives: Enlightenment Now

“I Behold the Light”

Enlightenment can be looked at simply. I most likely will favor the Judeo-Christian point of view. However there is also the Buddhist and Hindu ideas of enlightenment. In this writing I choose to keep enlightenment simple and reachable. Begin in the moment, where the center of our liveliness thrives and lives. We have access to […]

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“Work on Ourselves”

In a quote by Pema Chodron, the beloved American Buddhist nun states: “We work on ourselves in order to help others, but also we help others in order to work on ourselves.” I want to present you with four meaningful words pointing us in the direction to cleanse, forgive, lift up and heal any emotional or […]

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“Believe in Truth”

Myrtle Fillmore, cofounder of Unity, said “Speak the Truth, even if your voice shakes.” Sometimes it is not easy to form the words — I forgive you. There are times when we are fearful and speaking a Truth statement is a saving grace, a composing factor.   When we may be ill or a friend or dear one […]

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“Standing in Our Enlightenment”

Have you had the experience of thinking adversely or held a ‘less than’ attitude about someone? Less than can pertain to us seeing someone in a dim light. For instance, we may believe a relative or friend of ours is acting in a less than desirable way. They are not living up to our perceived standards—or living […]

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