I took audio from an Alan Watts lecture “Buddhism as Dialogue (part 1)” and mixed it with the song “Wait” by M83 to make this video Continue reading Zen w/ Alan Watts & M83
To enter a state of no-mind, or pure consciousness, one has to be aware that the experience of existence itself is all there is.
No good. No bad. No direction… Continue reading How to Awaken: Dzogchen
Life is what happens when you’re not paying attention
Presence is what happens when you’re aware
Not of the things you think you want, or the things you think you have, but of the experience itself… Continue reading Presents!! i mean Presence! (its a gift)
Reality is God and it’s happening now.
Like a verb. It’s not something with a plan or a direction…it’s an expression.
I talked to a friend on the phone yesterday… Continue reading Awareness: It’s a Muscle (Get a Pump In)
How much space do we let others take up in our minds and in our heart?
As much as we allow
The idea is to empty one self to what is… Continue reading It’s not you, it’s Me. But it’s also You too
Sam Rathvon is a man of many talents. He has his own woodworking shop, a coup full of chickens, and an eye for all things artistry. Continue reading Inside the Minds Eye w/ Sam Rathvon (Artistry, Bi-Polar, and Zen) Ep. 6
For real. Dude totally pwned me and nothin will ever be the same Continue reading Just your everyday Zen Master teaching the teacher to shut tf up
There is no “God”…
But in belief, there is magic:
Continue reading There is No “God”, Only Belief
Author: Adam Abramowitz Eyes are opened and thoughts of destiny, reality, and awareness flow through me. “Don’t give up”, the song lyric repeats itself as a mantra as I focus on what I want and who I want to be. The man in my head that struggles to break free. Everything is perfect as I view silently ahead to see, tapped into the infinite moment of a human experience… How did I get here? Listening to the album, Dreams, by “The Whitest Boy Alive”, I contemplate the beauty in nature. I experience infinity in everything I see, feel, think, and … Continue reading Mindfulness and Meditation: Not a Monk? Not a Problem