Previous Comments By 'joannbakerpaul'
On Nov 3, 2015 JoAnn wrote:|
The wild ones are coming close, very close now. Last evening it was a fox - five feet away. It came up and paused still, I thought it was a coyote. I was startled, he knew I was safe and came closer, walked around a bit, then sat down and we stared into each other's eyes - he had one black ear, black paws and the most exquisite coat and tail....
On Jan 4, 2015 JoAnn wrote:|
Thank you Kristin, so beautifully and clearly expressed. Your example of willingness and patience with your feelings/emotions is an inspiration to me in this moment. When we feel uncomfortable, it's not always easy to stay with the discomfort long enough to fully release. Hug to you!
On Aug 25, 2014 JoAnn wrote:|
Thank you all :) Living meditation!
On Aug 22, 2014 JoAnn wrote:|
For me the golden eternity is Being Present - consciously in the present moment is timeless or time full. It is my peace, balance, equanimity, surrender, truth and absolute oneness with all that is, or with one, in this NOW moment. When I am here, "everything is alright forever and ever" always. I give the mind one point of focus at a time, i.e. deep active listening to another, carefully observing what's going on around me or studying an object giving it complete attention utilizing all senses where needed in harmony with watching the thoughts go by....living in meditation. What miracles occur!
On Aug 13, 2014 JoAnn Baker Paul wrote:|
WE already ARE exactly like this tree - we've just been taught otherwise, and consequently forgotten our heritage. Our simple presence is so much more than we realize.....Gratitude, Blessings and Om Shanti!
On Nov 22, 2013 JoAnn Baker Paul wrote:|
Yes, yes yes Ganoba. Grateful for your words. As more of us, one by one "drops the protective suit" more and more of the time as a regular living practice - we inspire others to do the same. Living the Change one person at a time :)
On Jul 31, 2013 JoAnn Baker Paul wrote:|
Two phrases come to mind after reading the passage and the comments:
On May 14, 2013 JoAnn wrote:|
Heaven is indeed now the moment of surrendering knowing for nothing....again, and again, and over again....
On Apr 20, 2013 JoAnn Baker Paul wrote:|
"2. A certain young man came to Mother with some peach and plum stones in his hand, and asked her if he might plant them? 'Yea,' answered Mother, 'do all your work as though you had a thousand years to live, and as you would if you knew you must die to-morrow."