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    On Jan 17, 2020 Jagdish P Dave wrote:

    I love this thought provoking essay written by Llewellyn Vaughn-Lee. We are born out of the sacred and nourished by the sacred. Is not something that can be taught. We are born with it. It is natural, instinctiveand effortless. It is our home. When we live in the sacred home life feels wonderful, beautiful, colorful, fragrant and meaningful, like a flower of different colors and fragrances. It is an experience of joys and sorrows, smiles and tears, lights and shades, a gift and a promise.

    In my journey of life, I have seen sun setting and rising, clouds coming and going, life passing through dark zones and light zones, gains and losses. I have learned many lessons from life's ups and downs. At times from long periods of pain and suffering. When I acknowledged and accepted darkness and emptiness, and quietly, non-judgmentally, and compassionately investigated what brought me down, I started seeing the light behind the floating clouds. This awakening was a gift and a promise to me. It helped to be reconnected with the sacred ground of the soul, the Divinity within me.

    Self-examination, open-mind and open heart, and relating to all kinds ofexperiences mindfully has helps me to be reconnected with the sacred, the soul. Daily meditation, introspection and contemplation helps me reclaim my sense of sacred.
    Namaste!
    JagdishP Dave


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