The Daily Endeavor

Every day Sisyphus would push a rock up a mountain; only to have it roll down and over to the other side. He was cursed to work every day to push it back up the mountain. This can basically be seen as any job. Life (at least on planet Earth) is bound by certain conditions … Continue reading The Daily Endeavor

The Philosophy Of All Philosophies

Art by Caring Wong In exploring all points of view, my material life and spiritual life clash within what I consider the apex of thought Who Is the Magician Who Makes The Grass Green? In spirituality, there is a certain type of philosophy that has been slowly gathering more attention. This way of thinking has … Continue reading The Philosophy Of All Philosophies

Western And Eastern Mastery

The west and east. Is there a west? Is there an east? In this day, the integration of our cultures have made this distinction less pronounced and yet there is still something unique about the two cultures that can be highlighted in this article. Let me take an example from just two countries, one of … Continue reading Western And Eastern Mastery

Tint Of The Sundew

Art by Susanitah My dreams currently escape me. I fall asleep and don’t quite remember what has occurred. This is never preferable, because I realize the dream state is often the only adventure we receive in our world. While, it is true that many play video games or watch shows to find the same type … Continue reading Tint Of The Sundew

The Teacher Is The Student, The Student Is The Teacher

Art of Bodhidharma It has been said that when the Buddha realized his Enlightenment, the Enlightenment did not end. This is because nothing ever ends. For even in Enlightenment, the Buddha still had to teach others the wisdom that was known to him. In this way, many came to him β€” curious of the knowledge … Continue reading The Teacher Is The Student, The Student Is The Teacher

Nostalgia: The Pain And The Bliss

Nostalgia is usually defined as a sentimental longing for the past. In nostalgia is a type of pleasure for what we once had, and a pain of knowing we will never get it back. Or will we? Often when we look back at old memories, we see them through rose-colored glasses, that paint the unique … Continue reading Nostalgia: The Pain And The Bliss

Scattered Remnants of Mystical Visions

Caverns by Adam Varga Perception changes everything in our life. I am reminded of the β€œMake Everything OK” button website. Everything that is going awry in our life is because we perceive it so. This is not to say things are the most preferable they could be, but it is always the case, that we can … Continue reading Scattered Remnants of Mystical Visions

Sands Of Time

In my dream, I accomplish something valuable. We are brought into a mysterious room, where a large, magical-looking structure stands in the middle of the room. This structure seems to be cracked, and has glimmering blue sand, flowing down its sides. It seems now, we can begin to collect the sand and begin a new … Continue reading Sands Of Time

The Optimal Window: A Simple Trick To Deepen Your Meditation

Meditating Monk by Garrett Post Meditation has been used by mystics of the past, to connect with a more real source of energy that lies dormant within them. To this day, we continue to explore the benefits that meditation can bring, which has been scientifically revealed to reduce stress, control anxiety, promote emotional health, lengthen … Continue reading The Optimal Window: A Simple Trick To Deepen Your Meditation

Being Nobody: Reflections Of The One Mind

Embroidery wall art, hand-stitched by artists in Suzhou, China Most mystical philosophers have a way of being unpronounced in their wisdom. I was always fascinated with stories of sages who would perform great acts of compassion and asked for nothing in return. It always seemed to be the highest form of wisdom anyone could enact … Continue reading Being Nobody: Reflections Of The One Mind