Buddha’s Parable that Nobody Loves a Beggar

Buddha’s Parable that Nobody Loves a Beggar

To help the monks to understand that nobody loves a beggar, Buddha shared this story. Many years ago, a monk dwelt in a forest-grove on a slope of Himalayas. Not far from his grove was a great marsh. A large flock of birds fed in the swamp in the daytime but returned...
We Have Many Changes Ahead

We Have Many Changes Ahead

For those who do not subscribe to the Standing in the Light® Newsletter, the following is the introduction I wrote for November. Many Changes Ahead These are definitely changing times–for individuals, for nations, and for the planet. We know that change can be...
Healing the Red and Blue

Healing the Red and Blue

The Red and Blue have become labels of the division in our country. The extreme right represents the male energy out of control, and the extreme left represents the female energy out of control. Neither wants to listen to the other, and neither will concede that they...
Revisiting the Cracked Pot

Revisiting the Cracked Pot

I published the Parable of the Cracked Pot in 2018 but Spirit feels we should revisit the story because many people have been dealing with unworthiness (again). We need to remember the perfection in our imperfections. Honor the beauty of who you are and what you...
Did You Think Breakdown Would be Pretty?

Did You Think Breakdown Would be Pretty?

“Breakdown to breakthrough” has been a mantra in spiritual circles for decades. Around 2005, even mainstream media started using the phrase. We need to understand and embrace the process of breaking down to break through if we are to maintain our spiritual perspective...
The Hindu Parable of True Light

The Hindu Parable of True Light

What is true light? In my last post, I shared the song “We Are The Light” by the group Unspoken. As you take your light into the world, remember what it truly is. A Hindu Parable There was a Hindu priest who wanted to share true light with the world. He was well...