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"As the river gives itself into the ocean, what is inside me moves inside you." ~ Kabir

Darshan is the Sanskrit word that literally means sight. However, this sight is not the physical eyes, seeing. Rather it is the touch of Grace, bestowed upon the devotee. This touch is one of the highest offerings of the Divine. Although the greatest poets might try, no name can touch the boundlessness of Darshan. Gratefully, Silence is infinitely eloquent. Sri Ramana Maharshi refers to this Silence as: "ever-speaking; it is the perennial flow of 'language'. It is interrupted by speaking; for words obstruct this mute 'language'. Lectures may entertain individuals for hours without improving them. Silence, on the other hand, is permanent and benefits the whole of humanity."
When this pure and perfect opening in sight actuates spontaneously, it reveals the true nature of the devotee, who need only be ripe, ready and willing. It is undoubtedly a blessed moment when th…

Dearest Ones ~

As we share the Grace and wisdom that Love so generously offers, may we never forget that we serve the most when we honor and respect one another as One.
This intent extends to all of our brothers and sisters as we meet on the crossroads of our perfect and unique paths of destiny. Some will have quite a bit of experience while others will be beginners along the collective passageway of our spiritual unfolding. I trust we will be kind and equally patient with everyOne.
In my humble experience, I have found that our core strength resides in the understanding that it is important to acknowledge our appreciation for what each of us brings to the table of Life. As such, each of you is so precious to me, and I thank you for being an essential part of my spiritual family.