Quote of the Week

“Have patience with everything unresolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves, as if they were locked rooms or books written in a very foreign language. Don’t search for the answers, which could not be given to you now, because you would not be able to live them. And the point is to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps then, some day far in the future, you will gradually, without even noticing it, live your way into the answer.”

Rainer Maria Rilke

Happy November, the soft beauty of Fall

Happy November, the soft beauty of Fall,

“Compassionate towards yourself, you reconcile all beings in the world” Lao Tzu

One subject that has come up tremendously lately is the “inner judge”. How often do we put on our heavy black robes and sit up high and reach for the heavy gavel to slap down our judgments upon others? How often does that same inner judge take that action against us?? Whatever is inside us will reflect back outwards to those around us. It cannot be otherwise. This is the moment to understand just how damaging that inner judge can be. How that judge hurts you every day finding you lacking and then finding others lacking, not ok, not worthy, undeserving perhaps even unlovable.

The pain that is created by that inner judge is the pain of separation. Suddenly we feel apart from the love if we judge ourselves. We feel apart from others if we judge them. And then there is the greatest pain, separation from the One. This pain has been experienced by every being at some time or another. It is almost like a death. The pain goes deep and sometimes you find people who have lived a lifetime in this pain. They are closed off, bitter, cold and there are only negative words coming from their lips. The only choice is to fire the inner judge and to choose compassion. When we make this choice we are free, we are in the Unity and we are lifted in that loving choice.

When we retire the judge, come down from our lofty seat up high we are one with everyone. There is no more illusion of being alone. The pain is gone and we are free. This is the time to take off the heavy black robe, set down the gavel and choose the Oneness. The first step is just to notice the judge when he/she pops up and start putting them on notice. They are no longer in charge. You are now directing and choosing from a higher place of connectedness = love, compassion and forgiveness.

One of the most rapid ways of firing the judge and taking back power is to breathe! Once we are in the freed state of breathing fully there is no judgment there is only the soul state of expanded loving consciousness, awake and aware. There is only the journey of the soul to remember again who it is and where it came from. The greatest gift of all is that of free will! We get to exercise this gift every day. We get to choose how we will show up, judging others, criticizing or loving and seeing the beauty joining in the One.

Come breathe and connect to your soul and be free!

Class this Friday will be from 4-6 and normal hours will resume next week for Monday and Friday classes for group at 6:30!

“Returning to the Source is serenity” Lao Tzu

Sending love and light,


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