Tag Archives: Mark Nepo

Ubuntu

another excerpt from Mark Nepo Ubuntu – I am because you are, you are because I am. . . – A Deep African Way of Being In the winter, I met a man in South Africa. After several days together, … Continue reading

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Out From Under

an excerpt from Mark Nepo All the darkness! I’m going to walk in the light!  – Job Sometimes there’s just too much to consider, too much to understand and analyze, too many consequences to play out in our mind, too many … Continue reading

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Spiritual Vernacular – Part I

throughout my  spiritual investigation over the past twenty years, i’ve found that teachers often use different words for the same concept – more or less the same concept. from Ram Dass, Eckhart Tolle, Deepak Chopra, Stephen Levine,  Caroline Myss, Mark … Continue reading

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Spiritual Poetry – Part VII

written by Mark Nepo We All Spill Soup Wanting to reform the world without discovering one’s true self is like trying to cover the world with leather to avoid the pain of walking on stones and throne. It is much … Continue reading

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Spiritual Poetry – Part VI

this passage from Mark Nepo is one that has left a profound mark within me, most likely because it fills some unknowing deep inside my heart. i felt angry toward my friend. i told my wrath. my wrath did end. … Continue reading

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Spiritual Poetry – Part V

from Mark Nepo “the fastest way to freedom is to feel your feelings.”  gita bellin this sounds pretty simple, but though it’s easy to know you have feelings, easy to know their weight and agitation and suddenness of mood, it … Continue reading

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Spiritual Poetry – Part IV

Mark Nepo On the way to Chimayo, a woman saw two Spanish farmers repositioning stones in a riverbed to redirect the flow; she felt compelled to help. She had the feeling that this had been done for centuries – their … Continue reading

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