Your Practice of Profound Silence – Hopefully this Salon has inspired you enough to want to introduce the practice of profound silence into your life. The following are suggestions that I promise will only enhance your daily life.
Now that you’ve had enough rambling about the power of imagination, it’s time to start imagining. This could be a really fun exercise.
Alice Time – Part III We all make wishes. Wishes are fun. But if half the wishes we made really came true, we’d be in big trouble, yes? I know I would. I mean I’ve made some dark wishes in my day. So, I have to conclude that making a wish, wishing upon a star,MORE »
Alice Time – Part I
I am an “Alice-o-phile”. I adore Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass and have since the first time I read Lewis Carroll’s masterpieces. I just loved wondering how Carroll even thought of those characters … a Red and White Queen, the White Rabbit and the tea party (the real one). I loved every single page of those two books and I can’t even recall how many times I’ve read them – and still do.
What to do under the Bodhi Tree: Remember that time under the Bodhi Tree is a sweet reprieve from madness. You may think nothing is changing, but everything is changing. You have to trust that. This is a time of rest, a time of reflection. Go inside.
Living in a world of Distractions and the Reality of your own Soul’s Journey
From Caroline’s Salon Archives… Apparently a number of you feel as if being under a “spell” – or several of them, as the case may be – is a real part of your life. And it is. Most people never stop to consider how easily influenced they are but others, preferring to believe that theyMORE »
From Caroline’s Salon Archives… I don’t care what people say about how people don’t “cast spells” anymore; that simply isn’t true. In fact, I wish we would cut to the chase with all our sophisticated language and call things as they are: people are under spells. They aren’t simply “influenced” or “emotionally traumatized.” That’s nonsense.MORE »
From Caroline’s Salon Archives… I’ve just come off of a book tour for the paperback edition of Sacred Contracts, and as usual, my intensive cross-country engagements have given me an enormous amount to think about. The advantage of speaking in front of gatherings at bookstores is that that audiences are small enough that I canMORE »
One of the habits that I have developed as a result of writing an (almost) monthly Salon is that I am constantly listening to and observing the world around me, because it is my source of inspiration. People and their ideas, comments, or concerns become warehoused in my mind. Eventually – I hope – someMORE »