Amazing! Nothing short of…
Have you considered what it might be like to devote your life to a passion, a dharma? To know deeply that you incarnated for a very specific reason, to channel specific information and literally ‘inform’ other beings? And have you ever considered what it might be like to temporarily, though not knowing this at the time, be restricted from doing that dharma, from living that passion? It’s painful! What a beautiful example of this pulsation watching John, having been on sabbatical for eight months, reinvent how he’s going to teach-something he’s done with ease for thirty-two years. Now, he returns with more insight, transparency, humility, and grace. And most importantly, desire! When our dharma is not fulfilled, there’s a disservice to all. That’s our gift, universe-given, and we’re meant to discover it and share it. And, once we’ve found it, it cannot be denied. It has to be refined, practiced, honed, and ultimately embraced. And our dharma should create a more benevolent, and loving world-even if it appears frivolous or unnecessary at the time. Let’s do more of what we’re meant to do, and less of what requires too much of our unnatural, forced energy and we all heal. We balance by using the energy in the way nature intended. We all bask in the light of contribution and talent. Thank you, John, for remaining true to your calling, despite the challenges. I have benefitted greatly from your devotion and unwavering focus, as have many of my students! Namaste!