I haven’t been on here as much lately, but I wanted to let you all know that I love you and I cherish each of you following this beautiful thing I have here.
I’ve been working on new visual and sonic arts to share, as well as making the transition back into Philadelphia for the summer.
I’ve always had difficulties allowing myself anything that would really help me, reverting to “humility”, always giving, never quite getting used to the feeling of receiving any help or reward for any action. But I know we all deserve the best, so I’m remaining open (for the first fully realized time in 23 years of life!), maintaining a Kundalini Yoga set for prosperity to guide my way. It’s scary, and terribly exciting! Many old habits falling away, people falling away, comfort seems distant. But I know from my heart that moving forward and creating new positive habits, new and renewed friendships, and finding comfort in just being centered within myself is the true path, the wheel of Dharma.
Again, I am very thankful for each one of you, I check out all your blogs all the time and learn much from your existence, this place has been remarkably beautiful and I cherish the experience always.
Anyone in the Philadelphia area, feel free to contact me, I would love to hang out and prosper in the city of brotherly love. And anyone, anywhere, I’d love to talk with you too, maybe if you’re going through a similar change, we can exchange tips :)
Much love, violet light and blessings to you!
This is a talk I went to last night, given by Hari Nam Singh Khalsa, a wonderful Kundalini teacher who trained personally with Yogi Bhajan for 30+ years! It’s perfect for the spring cleaning we should all be going through, it’s all about understanding and becoming more open to change and healing past relationships and pain from the past. Just beautiful, it’s over an hour but it’s so worth it! He talks on everyone’s level, telling personal stories and keeping it real. Do yourself a big favor and check it out, wahe guru!
(he went between using a mic and not using one, so there may be some volume issues at first, but it gets louder)