Stuart’s Blog

It Doesn’t Take Great Genius

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I can‘t remember one day in my life when there hasn’t been a war somewhere on earth, when poverty, politics and starvation haven’t been a problem. There are seven billion people on this planet and each of them sees their own unique reality; each of them tries to fit the rest of the world into a tiny box they project from a polarized mind’s singular vision of how the world should run. Of course, nothing fits, and we’re confronted with ...

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A Mirror of Ourselves

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Happy people don’t fight wars. Kind, joyous and compassionate people embrace life in all its diversity. But, to find a person who can sustain an open heart for a day or two is more difficult than finding the Holy Grail. Most people are so locked up in their minds that all they see is duality and conflict. They are right all the time and that’s dangerous. It’s better to be wrong. At least another human being can teach us something ...

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An Incredible Adventure

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The exploration of one’s inner self is the most incredible adventure that a human being can undertake. There’s no limit to the amount of creativity we can tap accept the limits we impose on ourselves and the obstacles we refuse to overcome. Knowledge, wisdom, creativity, and a spiritual life are there for us when we connect our consciousness to what’s infinite in the universe; a quiet mind, a heart that’s open, the ability to love and forgive, the ability to ...

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Navigating The River of Time Excerpt #2

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Without enough inner strength to sustain an open heart, I couldn’t tell the difference between what turned me on and real happiness…and substituted one for the other. Lost in a tenuous world of high pressure, family, and money, and a belief that objective cures would solve deep inner problems, I discovered that objective cures didn’t solve anything. They’d patch up my problems but never got to their source. Caught up in life’s game, I could think of nothing but victory, ...

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Meditation

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The meditation exercise that Rudi (Swami Rudrananda) bequeathed to those who are sincere about spiritual practice opens areas inside them that bring balance, harmony, an open heart, and a quiet mind, and gives one the strength to learn from the real guru, that being life in all its dimensions. A human being is a point in a triangle that connects the outer world and its karmic demands with Higher Creative Energy in the Universe. The moment he or she is ...

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Who Am I?

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Ask yourself, “Who am I?” Ramana Maharshi told his disciples, “and the masks you hide behind will disappear.” When I ask myself, “Am I a man?” The answer is, “Yes, but only for a short time.” “Am I white, American, and do I live in New York?” – more masks that need to be peeled away. As I remove these masks and look at my naked self, I’m aware that I’ve hidden my true identity: not a man or a ...

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Taking the Meditation To Belgium & Norway

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I had an important trip to Belgium and Norway where I met groups of remarkable people who were serious about their spiritual lives, people who showed profound gratitude and asked me to return to continue to teach the Kundalini meditation I learned from my spiritual master, Rudi. The retreat weekends forced me to tap an energy force deep inside myself and transmit Shakti to those in attendance. I discovered the only thing that grows old is the body. The chakra ...

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Happy People

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12799399_805049489600649_7667682032459597582_nHappy people don’t terrorize other people. They look for the good in humanity and accept differences of thought and opinion. The moment we say, “My way is the only way,” we become dangerous not only to ourselves but to the rest of the humanity. We separate people into well-defined boxes. They are black, white, brown or yellow; they are Christian, Jew, Moslem, Buddhist, ...

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