I don’t care how spiritual you are.

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"I don’t care how spiritual you are. How long you can melt in the sweat lodge. How many peyote or ayahuasca journeys that have blown your mind, how many master plant dietas you’ve done or how well you can hold crow pose. I don’t care what planets fall in what houses on your birth chart, or how “silent” your meditation is. I don’t care how many crystals you have or how long you’ve gone without sugar, salt, spices or sex or how vegan your diet is.

I want to know how human you are. Can you sit at the feet of the dying despite the discomfort? Can you be with your grief, or mine, without trying to advise, fix or maintain it? I want to know that you can show up at the table no matter how shiny, chakra- aligned or complete you are- or not. Can you hold loving space for your beloveds in the depths of your own healing without trying to be big?

It doesn’t flatter me how many online healing trainings you have, that you live in the desert, forest or in a log cabin, or that you’ve mastered the art of tantra.

What turns me on is busy hands. Planting roots. That despite how tired you are, you make that phone call, you board that plane, you love your children, you feed your family.

I have no interest in how well you can ascend to 5D, astral travel or have out of body sex. I want to see how beautifully you integrate into ordinary reality with your unique magic, how you find beauty and gratitude in what’s surrounding you, and how present you can be in your relationships. How do you hold the ones you love in the midst of conflict? How do you take responsibility for your part? How do you make amends?

I want to know that you can show up and do the hard and holy things on this gorgeously messy Earth. I want to see that you can be sincere, grounded and compassionate as equally as you are empowered, fiery and magnetic. I want to know that even during your achievements, you can step back and be humble enough to still be a student.

What’s beautiful and sexy and authentic is how well you can continue to celebrate others no matter how advanced you’ve become. What’s truly flattering is how much you can give despite how full you’ve made yourself. What’s honestly valuable is how f***ing better of a human you can be, in a world that is high off of spiritual materialism and jumping the next escape goat for “freedom.”

At the end of the day I don’t care how brave you are. How productive, how popular, how enlightened you are. At the end of the day, I want to know that you were kind. That you were real. I want to know that you can step down from the pedestal from time to time to kiss the earth and let your hair get dirty and your feet get muddy, and join the dance with us all."


- A modern day call to shifting from spiritual consumerism to returning to human kind… heart inspired by Oriah Mountain Dreamer’s, The Invitation, by Taylor Rose Godfrey


"Looking at a sunset, just for a second you forget your separateness: you are the sunset. That is the moment when you feel the beauty of it. But the moment you say that it is a beautiful sunset, you are no longer feeling it; you have come back to your separate, enclosed entity of the ego. Now the mind is speaking.
And this is one of the mysteries, that the mind can speak, and knows nothing; and the heart knows everything, and cannot speak. Perhaps to know too much makes it difficult to speak; the mind knows so little, it is possible for it to speak." - 

The fullness of life begins at the edge of my comfort zones.

"Redemption is about making things right, not hating what’s wrong. When we make things right, we become the change we wish to see. When hating what’s wrong, we stifle our inner power by begging someone else to be the change. Perhaps, instead of pointing fingers at what others do and at what others aren’t doing about it, we embrace a newly-inspired thought: “What can I do to make things right?” Only a greater good equally serving the well-being of all may manifest just by asking and acting upon such a simple question. Whether it's a donation to organizations already laying the ground work of positive change, gathering signatures to pass new laws, visualizing a new reality that equally benefits all, donating your time in support of your favorite charity, praying for the inspiration, direction, and resources to be of greater service to humanity, offering course corrective experiences of inclusivity to those around you, or even loving yourself as the one eternal heart existing in all beings, there is always a difference you can make -- right here, right now. Instead of waiting for a way to resolve an issue with one bold leap and no matter how tiny of a contribution it seems to be, each action step always furthers the efforts your heart yearns to create. This is the heart of self-empowerment."

All For Love, Matt Kahn"


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Can you bite your own teeth?  --  “What a caterpillar calls the end of the world we call a butterfly.

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All of that is very lovely, thank you for sharing. :)

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Thank you guys 💜🙏♾️🌻

Can you bite your own teeth?  --  “What a caterpillar calls the end of the world we call a butterfly.

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The core of existence...

Thank You very much🤗🙏😘


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