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Episode 43: Spiriting

Have you ever let go of the destination and just walked? Allowing the journey to be what it is?

Spirit walking, talking, driving and deciding are powerful ways to let go and become a conduit for flow. It’s interesting to see what happens when we simply trust what feels right and go with it. There are many ways to do this and a lot of things that can happen as a result. This week we give you an overview of something we call Spirit walking. It’s a habit that can build into a way of life. Enjoy!

Note: If I close my eyes I tend to see arrows or streams of energy guiding my Spirit walks.

Thank you to Nelson on the Gold Coast for recommending weekly Spirit walks.
Thanks to Bob Axford in Northern New South Wales for sharing your London walk signal Spirit walking.

This episode features music and a quote from Josh Kane.
It also features Ian Peric playing a Heart Chakra Singing bowl.
Visit Josh on tour: www.UhHuhHer.com/tour

Leave any questions or Spiriting stories at: iTunes, twitter, facebook and youtube!!!

For more about Spirit walking take a listen to the Choose Yes episode with the phenomenal Angela Ai.

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Episode 40: Surrender

Surrender, that’s surrendering to now as it is and as it constantly continues to change.
As now twists, shifts, splits, adapts and flows. Constantly moving and remaining now.
In this state of surrender we’re centered and clear, able to act with an open heart… or not.
Surrender is allowing ourselves to be at peace… now.

This episode features music and insights from Josh Kane and the Luminaries.
Drop in and visit Josh on tour: www.UhHuhHer.com/tour

Thank you to the Luminaries for allowing us to share your music!
Listen to more at:
LuminariesMusic.com and
One on Itunes

For some Madhuma 5Rhythms awesome in Melbourne come to:
Madhuma Thompson 5Rhythms

To meet some brilliant dance shamans in Melbourne connect with Lydia and Rich:
www.DancingSeeds.com and
Dancing Freedom Australia

To get more details on 13 Weeks to Awakening and the “Listening Week” practice, keep an eye on the website: www.13WeeksToAwakening.com

For more TSATR content: iTunes, twitter, facebook and youtube!!!

Meditation Practices
I couldn’t find an online version of the meditation I mentioned so guess what… Surrender. This is another one using a similar mantra: Meditation for keeping up with the times

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M-2-M – Remembering Now – 2013/03/27

I’m listening to Snatam Kaur sing the Sikh prayer “Poota Mata Kee Asees” (Mother’s blessing). It summarises my current experience in one line: “May you never forget God, even for a moment”.

Feel free to replace the word God with Now, Life, Truth, the Universe or any traditional name for Creator.

Over the last few months I’ve spent a lot of time with a dear old friend. His heart no longer beats due to cancer. It’s been an experience… Any words I use to describe it are just a best effort. I’ve felt like a humble student through the whole process. Listening has been my main focus. That’s listening. Not a story about it or attachment to listening which would be a story and distracting from actually being here too.

I found it useful to just slow down, breathe and feel the life force in this body. It was a great reminder and gave me space to stay in and around now. From this presence I could relax into just listening.

What a time to listen! Each person going through such a unique processes. In just being, my heart naturally opens in compassion. Feeling all of it and letting it be what it is.

Listening gave me clarity and honesty with others as well as with my own process. In sensitive awareness I could see stories starting and it was very clear they were stories. Like on old habit made clear on the canvas of silence. The perspectives from which they came is also clear and these thoughts often feel kind of artificial and soft. When feeling an urge I’ve just been bring presence to it. Shining light on the priority, source and truth in an instant of honest awareness. It’s a new, deeper and much more grounded place of perspective that feels easier, simpler and more natural than living meditation has felt in the past.

The moment to moment practice I am living is as Snatam says: “Never forget God, even for a moment”.
Just feeling each moment now.
If I get distracted, that was needed and I can remember to feel now again… now.
It feels like a mother open heartedly adoring her child though it’s directed at every moment and every thing… Myself included.

It took some sitting practice to help build this habit. The meditative states I was feeling while sitting naturally made their way into my life in unique and sometimes surprising ways.

I love this mothers blessing. I love the meaning, the intention, the wisdom and how it feels to sing it.
Thank you Snatam Kaur for sharing!

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