Tag Archives: spirituality
What is our “true self” has to do with our gender identity? Absolutely nothing! No shame, no pride, no inferiority, no superiority. Just different bodies with different types of genitalia. And, yes, of course, the whole conceptual world of gender roles, history, judgements, and cultural perceptions, which is fun and colourful in itself, but when […]
Making a statue of Kali, Day and night cutting off the un-needed, Just as she does… She is emerging now, I am the first to hold her fierce gaze, I am offering my delusions to the Goddess, To test her razor-sharp weapons. Recently I have spent about a month and a half volunteering at the […]
Not belonging anywhere, not fitting in, Yet free and happy, just like a little yellow elephant, Floating through the colorful sky… I painted this piece while volunteering at Dream Community, Taiwan – lovely and unique art center. This little happy elephant kind of just jumped through me onto a medium sized piece of wood, I […]
I know nothing of the future, asking – So many questions – answer is the same: “I am here, now, shining, everlasting, The rest is flickering and passing childish game”.
Continuing from the previous blog where I wrote about the uselessness of looking for a meaning and purpose in a single conceptual idea, some definition or a kind of flashy image, preferably “great and special”. If you think about it, everybody is good (maybe even great) at something, but what can the Ego do with […]
The “meaning of my life”, the purpose, the goal – and more precisely the formulation of it all in my own head – was one of the driving forces on my spiritual search from the early age. And now I meet so many people, young and not so young frantically trying to figure it out […]
I like that saying by Adyashanti: “How do you end your Ego? You just grow out of it”. And this is very true – you beat it up, you inquire it to death, you “toss and turn” that dramatic and all-important “me” this way and that way, your pour through the endless stories of “me” […]