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Links to folks I respect, and practices I honour for maintenance of  my Spiritual condition, in a turbulent  world.

 


  • "RARELY have we seen a person fail who has thoroughly followed our path."  A.A W.S.   where one desires to spend ones time, is where one's heart is, and as Desire is the most valued of human emotions, that a person can hope for, therefore it is ones greatest asset.

  • Centering Prayer a  daily practice of Quiet Time as presented  by Thomas Keating, and Contemplative Outreach Ltd. , in his publication "Open Mind Open Heart"  helping  me  to remember who and what I really am, with the possibility to grow into what I was meant to be.  "Through the practice of contemplation, we access the mystery of God's presence within us and manifest the power of Grace in the practice of unselfish love" Thomas Keating.

  • His Holiness the Dalai Lama,  Government of Tibet in Exile official  site.  

  • "My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness. A good mind, a good heart, warm feelings - these are the most important things." - His Holiness The Dalai Lama. -

  • The Wisdom of the Sufi Path, as expressed  by the Edmond Kabir Helminski in his book "Living Presence" a Sufi Way to Mindfulness
    & the Essential Sel
    f; and The Threshold Society that represents the Mevlevi Order in North America.

  • Gratefulness as a Spiritual Path, as presented by Brother David Steindl-Rast, with an "Attitude of Gratitude."

  • Wisdom Christianity, and the understandings  of East and West, brought forward by Bede Griffiths and Bruno Barnhart.

  • BC Cancer Agency, with links to BC Cancer Foundation  BC Cancer AgencyWays to Give : BC Cancer Foundation

  • Living with Carcinoid Cancer tumours, information and related links, Carcinoid Cancer  Foundation, Inc. 

 

 

                                                                                                 

      To make anything happen in life, one has to begin to do the work.

Having a set of tools, that work well, and use through repeated practice, is essential.

 

 An wise Oriental saying "Making it so, makes it so, making it not so, makes it not so."