Dad is George Harrison

On this day in 2001, former Beatle George Harrison died from cancer.

Our family loves The Beatles, and Pedro, my son, finds a lot of similarities between George Harrison’s ideas and mine. He recently sent me a video of Katie Couric interviewing Olivia Harrison after her husband’s death, and wrote, “Papai é o George. (Dad is George)” We, then, engaged in a brief exchange of messages about life, death, the pursuit of an expanded consciousness during our lifetime, and about learning how to die before we die.

Pedro – Papai é o George. (Dad is George)

Papai – Aceito a comparação e fico feliz. (I accept the comparison. It makes me happy)

Pedro – Adoraria ver você e o George caminhando num jardim. (I would love to see George and you walking in a garden)

Papai – Eu adoraria também. Eu te amo Pepito querido, filhote do pai. (I would love that too. I love you Pepito, my dear son)

Pedro – Também te amo, papis (I love you too, papis)

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While watching the videos posted here, many things resonated with me. What caught my attention and invited me to a deeper reflection are findings and questions that have been part of my journey. That’s probably why Pedro says that I am like George…

He had a great sense of humor, and he was also very serious; he aspired to higher consciousness, a higher life. He reflected about life’s essential questions: “Who am I? Why am I here? What am I doing here? What should I be doing here? Where am I going?”

He appreciated the simple things in life. It’s nature really that he loved. He felt closest to God in nature. He loved people who would appreciate a leaf on the ground, and say, “Wow! Look at that!” 

He said, “Sometimes I just feel I’m actually in the wrong planet. I feel great when I am in my garden, but the moment I go out the gate I think, ‘What the hell am I doing here?'” 

He faced death with no fear, no regrets. He never really felt in control. He gave his life to God a long time ago. He wasn’t trying to hang on to anything. He was fine with it. He went with what was happening. He said. “You can’t just, at the end of your life, start thinking about God. It’s not just something you stumble upon. Consciousness and self-realization… you have to work for it.” George dedicated a lot of his life to attain a good ending, and I don’t have any doubt that he was successful.

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Papai – Heed the advice and don’t wait until the end of your life. Work on the attainment of a higher consciousness every day. Immerse yourself in moments of silence and solitude, however brief, and live mindfully, paying attention to the here-now. This must become your diligent daily discipline. I don’t have any doubt that that was what George did, and that he achieved success!

Pedro – É você. Eu te adoro. (It’s you. I adore you)

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Here are the lyrics of two of George’s songs that, in my opinion, clearly show the spiritual path he was on, his understanding of Oneness and of the inevitable impermanence of all things, and his readiness for calmly undertaking the transition from this dimension to another:

Within You Without You
by George Harrison

We were talking about the space between us all
And the people who hide themselves behind a wall of illusion
Never glimpse the truth, then it’s far too late, when they pass away
We were talking about the love we all could share
When we find it, to try our best to hold it there with our love
With our love, we could save the world, if they only knew

Try to realise it’s all within yourself
No one else can make you change
And to see you’re really only very small
And life flows on within you and without you

We were talking about the love that’s gone so cold
And the people who gain the world and lose their soul
They don’t know, they can’t see, are you one of them?

When you’ve seen beyond yourself then you may find
Peace of mind is waiting there
And the time will come when you see we’re all one
And life flows on within you and without you

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Art Of Dying

by George Harrison

There’ll come a time when all of us must leave here
Then nothing sister Mary can do
Will keep me here with you
As nothing in this life that I’ve been trying
Could equal or surpass the art of dying
Do you believe me?

There’ll come a time when all your hopes are fading
When things that seemed so very plain
Become an awful pain
Searching for the truth among the lying
And answered when you’ve learned the art of dying

But you’re still with me
But if you want it
Then you must find it
But when you have it
There’ll be no need for it

There’ll come a time when most of us return here
Brought back by our desire to be
A perfect entity
Living through a million years of crying
Until you’ve realized the Art of Dying
Do you believe me?

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All things must pass
Sunrise doesn’t last all morning
A cloudburst doesn’t last all day

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Suffering and death are inevitable. I will not make my own suffering and my own death, my enemies.

 


 

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Thanks-giving, Thanks-receiving, Thanks-living

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It was a difficult season in my life. I was unemployed and facing the difficulties and emotions that come with such a situation. As a recent immigrant, without any relatives besides my wife and little children in this country, I was afraid for what could happen to us.  Would we be able to make it? I imagined the worst possible outcomes. Worries and fear were my most habitual companions. Some friends offered to help me, and I felt uncomfortable. I had always been in the giving end, and it felt strange to be receiving. I remember my friend, Guy, telling me, “You are being selfish.” I was surprised. “Being selfish? What do you mean?” I asked him. “If you refuse to take what we are offering you, you are depriving us from the joy of giving.”

Wow! What a revelation that was for me! In that moment I began to realize that there is generosity both in giving and receiving.

Today is a good day to give thanks for all that I have received and all that I have been able to give. Today is a good day to give thanks for all of those who have given something to me, and for all of those who have accepted what I had to give them. Your generosity, both in giving and receiving, has made my journey more joyful.

I reflect a lot about happiness, and the elements that are necessary to live in bliss. I came up with what I call “The Path to Happiness,” which begins with Mindfulness, and by adding Amazement, Gratitude, Contentment, and Generosity, inevitably brings about Bliss.

By being mindful we see what we weren’t able to see before, both inside and outside. We begin to see all the Magic, Mystery and Miracles that surround us. This immense beauty — that has always been there, but that we only begin to notice now — brings about a state of amazement. We realize how blessed we are, and we feel grateful for all that was given to us, with life itself. Feeling blessed and content with all we have, we begin to move away from selfishness in the direction of selflessness.  We realize that it is in giving that we receive, and become more generous. We realize that we were given the gifts that we were given not to keep them, but to give them away. And by doing all this, we find the happiness that we were seeking,  right here, right now.

My wishes to you on the Thanksgiving Day…

Be mindful! Be amazed! Be grateful! Be content! Be generous! Be happy!

Happy Thanks-giving! Happy Thanks-receiving! Happy Thanks-living!

~ Piero


 

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Our Endangered Values

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In Chinese the word Crisis is made of two characters, one meaning Danger, and the other meaning Opportunity.
These are dangerous times for all of us in the United States. Our most cherished and admired American values — the ones that were achieved through long-fought struggles of brave women and men and that brought about a more courteous, gentle, compassionate and enlightened society — are endangered. Division, bigotry, intolerance, hatred, lack of civility and aggressiveness have received an influx of energy, and some people, through their discriminatory and violent behavior, are bringing to light the worst in us.

At the same time, these attacks on our civil liberties motivate us to engage in initiatives aimed at protecting them. Crises, such as the current one, allow us to look deeply at the systems in place, see what is not working, and come up with better ways of organizing ourselves to live together. We can see this movement unfolding right now: people are reflecting on values, cherishing them, and showing willingness to protect them with renewed commitment. Our democracy, which has been kidnapped by a few, will inevitably be reclaimed by the majority of the people of this nation through increased participation in the democratic process, increased overseeing of the politicians and bureaucrats, and increased collaboration to create a more perfect union. Meanwhile, we will be growing our ability to deal with tense situations lovingly and nonviolently.

The final result of this crisis will be positive, I believe.

Now, thinking more broadly about what is needed to improve the quality of life for all, I am convinced that love is and will always be the right answer. If we want to bring about a more peaceful, just, and united society, we ourselves need to cultivate and spread kindness, compassion, generosity, tolerance and solidarity. I am convinced that the personal inner work that leads to the transformation of our hearts and minds and allows us to move from selfishness to selflessness continues to be the most powerful form of political activism for our times, and for all times.

Based on this belief, my experiences in life, and the type of person I am, I have decided that the best contribution I can give to make life better on this planet is to keep working on my own self, while encouraging others to engage in this personal work of transformation from the inside out. For me, that’s where the creation of a just society begins; with the construction of solid moral foundations upon which it shall rest. I have decided to give my support to those who want to start or who already are on their personal journeys of transformation. Finally, I have decided to nonviolently and actively resist the forces that try to delay, or prevent the inevitable manifestation of Heaven right here on Earth.

If you feel called to do something during these difficult times, I urge you to do the same. Through those meditative and contemplative practices that utilize silence and stillness, go to the center of your being and experience the epiphany of oneness. Realizing at the deepest level that “we are all in this together” changes our views and all our relationships.

Practice and get good at taming your old, primitive, reactive, fearful brain, while giving more attention and power to your new, evolved brain. This will allow you to enhance the space and time between stimulus and response and give you the skills to respond mindfully rather than react mindlessly.

Practice and free yourself from the illusion of the existence of an “I,” and from the belief that this “I” is under attack and needs to be protected. Realize that there is no “I,” no attack, and no need of protection.

Make your voice heard, and while doing it, remember these guidelines listed by my friend, Rivera Sun: “Create connections, build community, open dialogues, organize action, use our civil liberties of speech and assembly to stand up for democracy, and don’t cause physical harm to anyone or anything. Keep humanity and the planet alive, stop destruction, support the life affirming, and, of course, be kind, be connected, be unafraid!”

Grow in love, kindness and compassion, and help others grow too.

Soften yourself, and help others become softer too.

Do all this, and inspire others to do the same, because the insights produced by this diligent inner work will reveal the best ways to bring about a just, united and peaceful world .

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I want to bring to your attention four articles that better explain my points of view on this matter:
1 – A Powerful Form of Activism

2 – New Political Leadership for a New World

3 – To tame the savageness of man, and make gentle the life of this world (especially the long footnote written after the results of the 2016 presidential election were made known).

4 – World of Solidarity

A Powerful Form of Activism

New Political Leadership for a New World

To tame the savageness of man, and make gentle the life of this world

World of Solidarity

I urge you to continue to be a presence of love, peace and unity in our world.

Be mindful. Be amazed. Be grateful. Be content. Be happy!

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I find it noteworthy that the title of this blog post coincides with the title of Jimmy Carter’s book “Our Endangered Values: America’s Moral Crisis” which was published in 2005.


 

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Discovering your Purpose and Following your Bliss

What follows is a remarkable statement by Florencia Clement de Gradprey, a dear friend who I consider one of my teachers. I admire her for having undertaken with great commitment and seriousness the work of discovering her purpose and following her bliss.

She, who has attended many of my workshops in the past, now comes to them in a different role, not as a participant, but as a presenter, sharing her ongoing journey of transformation with those in attendance.

It is such a joy and a blessing to listen to her!

Here’s a preview of what you will hear when you attend one of our Discovering Your Purpose and Following Your Bliss workshops:

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By Florencia Clement de Grandprey

I think anyone who has seen me in these past two years can attest to my significant increase in mindfulness and overall happiness. Before then, I had many of the symptoms of depression which I tried to counteract with exercise and a brave face for years. After losing my condo, going through bankruptcy, feeling alone and working a job where I felt grossly underpaid, overworked and unappreciated, I reached the end of my rope. The uncertainty of not having a “job” was more bearable than the pain of continuing the status quo. I decided, consciously decided, that I needed a radical change; I needed to make ME happy and if that meant starting from scratch and going back to basics, then that’s what I needed to do.

I write this because I want people to know it is possible. I want you to know that the only way to truly be happy is to dedicate yourself to what you love and are passionate about. I’m not going to say it isn’t scary starting anew…but it’s even more terrifying to continue living your life like a zombie.

What moves and motivates you? What would you do the rest of your life if money weren’t an issue? What are you passionate about? Have you forgotten what made you smile when you were younger and carefree?

Wake up and make the changes you need to bring back that joy…or maybe it’s time to discover it. You don’t need to know all the details of how it will work out, you just need to take the first step. The universe has a wonderful way of conspiring with you when you get to your authentic self and start living with passion and intention. Seek clarity and take the plunge however big or small it may be. You don’t want to look back one day and wish you had done things differently…don’t delay…there it’s never a “perfect” time, or rather, the time is always perfect, the time is NOW!

Exactly two years ago, when I made this announcement that Facebook reminds me of today, someone asked: “how can you afford to quit your job?”…and I answered: “…I can’t afford NOT to!”

~ Florencia Clement de Grandprey

follow your bliss


 

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Compassion – Loving-Kindness Meditation

Loving-kindness is a specific kind of love characterized by acts of kindness. Loving-kindness meditation (also known as metta) is an exercise that combines the techniques of meditation, creative visualization, and positive affirmations. It is used to develop compassion, inner peace, and well-being through the very simple practice of mentally directing well-wishes and expressions of love towards your own self and others. In simple terms, it consists in empathizing, feeling compassion, sending love, and wishing all beings to be well and happy.

Although very simple, metta meditation is very powerful. It really enhances the quality of life of those who practice it regularly because the simple act of wishing good things makes one feel good. It is not difficult to understand that if we are using our time to think good things, then we will have less time for ruminating over the bad things that happened to us, and that give rise to criticism, condemnation, anger and hatred. The practice of wishing well during meditation cultivates a type of attitude that makes us more likely to respond with compassion, kindness, love, generosity and patience during the other moments of our lives when we are not formally meditating, all of which makes of us a more loving and lovable person.

Here’s how to do a combined Compassion and Loving-Kindness meditation, in seven easy steps:

1 – Begin by developing compassion and feeling love for someone you like, such as a loved one, a dear friend, a benefactor, a teacher, a mentor, or any person who has helped you and you are thankful for. Mentally empathize with this person. Feel that he or she, just like you, has aspirations and faces challenges. Imagine that this person is standing right in front of you, and that you are able to feel how he or she feels. Now imagine that you are compassionately embracing her, and that your compassionate understanding encourages this individual to open up her heart and unload all the pain and suffering that is there, while feeling supported and loved by you. Now, feeling great love for this person, mentally recite with honest intention sentences such as, “May you be safe. May you be happy. May you be healthy. May you live with ease. May you receive lots of love.” After a short while, imagine that this person has received your blessings and has gone through a visible improvement. While seeing her smiling and enjoying life, say with conviction, “You are safe. You are happy. You are healthy. You are living with ease. You are abundantly loved.” 

2 – Now, continue this meditation by opening up your heart to receive compassion and love from this same person. Feel him or her patiently and generously supporting you, allowing you to unload your pain and suffering. Feel the great love this person has for you. And while feeling truly and deeply loved receive the well wishes directed to you: “May you be safe. May you be happy. May you be healthy. May you live with ease. May you receive lots of love.” After a short while, see the transformative power of these wishes, and while seeing yourself smiling and joyful, imagine the person saying with conviction, “You are safe. You are happy. You are healthy. You are living with ease. You are abundantly loved.” 

3 – Now, imagine that you are standing in front of your own self, and that you can feel how this person (you) feels. Feel all emotions. Feel all the pain and suffering that may be there, and also the good feelings of gratitude, contentment and happiness. Then, shower yourself with love. Feel love flowing to you. Feel deeply understood and loved. Then, while remaining open to receive, mentally send yourself well-wishes by reciting phrases such as, “May I be safe. May I be happy. May I be healthy. May I live with ease. May I receive lots of love.” Then, after a short while, imagining that you have already received these blessings, affirm with conviction, “I am safe. I am happy. I am healthy. I am living with ease. I am abundantly loved.” 

4 – Now, think about an individual, or a group of individuals that you know are suffering. You may or may not know them. Take some time to feel as they feel. Develop heartfelt compassion. And then, as you did before, mentally recite the well wishes and affirmations.

5 – After that, bring to mind a person you feel neutral about, someone you neither like nor dislike, someone you see often but know nothing about. Do the same as you did before: mentally exercise compassion, allow her to pour out her suffering, and, finally, as you did before, feel love and direct your loving energy to her.

6 – Then, do the same with a difficult person, someone you dislike, someone who upsets you, or whom you have a hard time with.

7 – Finally, bring to mind again all the people that were in your thoughts (someone you dislike, someone neutral, someone who is suffering, someone you like, and yourself) and once again send well-wishes and love to all of them, and to all beings by mentally saying,  May all beings everywhere be safe. May all beings everywhere be happy. May all beings everywhere be healthy. May all beings everywhere live with ease. May all beings everywhere receive lots of love.”   Then, envisioning that this is already a reality, say with lots of conviction, “All beings everywhere are safe, happy, healthy, living with ease, and receiving lots of love.”

Do this meditation often, cultivating compassion, loving-kindness, affection, amity, good will, benevolence, and active interest in all beings — including yourself, loved ones, neutral ones, and difficult ones — and experience a great improvement in the quality of your life.

Feel free to modify these affirmations and create well-wishes that may be more meaningful to you.

“May all beings everywhere be well, be safe, be happy, be peaceful, be healthy, be strong, be free from troubles and worries, be free from inner and outer harm, be free from suffering. May all beings everywhere live with ease and joy, and be abundantly loved.” 


 

Mens Sana, Corpore Sano

“My body is healthy, my mind is clear, my heart is joyful, and my soul is serene.”

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Pain is inevitable. Sooner or later, everyone will face some sort of physical, mental, and emotional pain. But although pain is inevitable, suffering, on the other hand, is optional.

The Buddha told the story of the two arrows: the first arrow that hits us creates the pain, but the second arrow is one that we stick in ourselves over the original wound by reacting to the pain in unskilled ways. Resisting the pain is what creates suffering, and the more we resist, the more we suffer.

We must remember that we are in charge of the way we respond to the pain. If we fight the pain, try to push it away, get angry at it, blame ourselves for it, and make it personal by saying to ourselves, for instance, “Why me? Why do I have to go through this?” we simply add insult to injury. The Buddha said, “Nothing, whatsoever, is to be clung to as I, me, or my,” so try not to make it personal. Change the script, and say to yourself, “This is not my pain. I am not this pain. The pain is just a visitor. The pain is simply  manifesting itself through me, but I am not it. I am not a victim. I am perfect and whole.”

Treat the pain as a visitor. If you can, don’t protest, resent, or complain about it. Don’t push it away. Don’t suppress or repress it, but face it instead. Welcome it. Even, befriend it. What you resist not only persists, but grows in size. On the other hand, accepting it is what will put you in the best position to deal with it, and maybe change it. So, explore, investigate, and notice how it changes. “Hi, Pain! There you are again. You are quite different today.” And by developing a different relationship with this visitor, perhaps you may be able to enhance the quality of your life, and of the lives of those around you.

Don’t make it worse by ruminating what happened in the past and anticipating what may happen in the future. Don’t catastrophize. Stay in the present moment, as much as you can, as a calm observer. See worries as thoughts, just thoughts, and whenever they pop up, say to yourself, “It’s just a thought.” And what are the past and the future if not thoughts in the present moment, right? Don’t allow yourself to be carried away by them. Come back to the here-now.

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“My body is an intelligent, self-healing organism. I know that by maintaining a positive attitude, and an inner knowing that my body is constantly healing itself, I will be healed soon and enjoy a healthy life.

Knowing that my thoughts and emotions influence my physical health, I populate my mind with love and compassion for myself, and with a certainty that I am healed already.

I am gentle and kind with myself. I take good care of body and mind because I know that a healthy body is the physical manifestation of a healthy mind, and a healthy mind inhabits a healthy body.

Mens sana in corpore sano.  Corpore sano in mens sana.”

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We are called to take good care of our bodies and minds, and adopt a healthy lifestyle. Many years ago, when I was leading the Fun Fitness Youth Program and coaching cross-country runners I created an acronym to help my athletes remember that they should always strive for good nutrition, rest, stretching and exercise. I used to say, “Remember NuRSE: Nutrition, Rest, Stretching and Exercise. If you remember this NuRSE, you may never need one.” Choose to eat healthy, nourishing foods, to exercise and stretch your body regularly, and have plenty of rest.

Take good care of your mind also. Feed it with good words, sounds, and images. Choose to read good books, listen to good music, and watch good movies. And, perhaps the most important of all, exercise your mind by meditating daily, and stretch it by exploring new points of view. And do not forget to give it some rest.

Be gentle with yourself. Have some self-compassion. Adopt a non-striving attitude, and do not put unnecessary pressure on yourself. Do not demand too much of yourself. Let go of the need to control and the strife to produce results according to your plan. Allow the changes to arise at the proper time. Do your part, relax, and the positive outcomes will come about naturally.

Finally,  be, as much as possible, a positive and optimistic individual. By choosing optimism, and nurturing great love for yourself, you will not only be helping your body heal itself, but you will also be helping others heal themselves.

The truth is that our well-being is extremely important. Each one of us touch many lives. Let us exude optimism, and take good care of ourselves not only for our own sake, but also for the benefit of many others.

“My body is healthy, my mind is clear, my heart is joyful, and my soul is serene.”

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Expressing Gratefulness

I am grateful for everything. 

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I am grateful for this body.

I am grateful for my friends, and for all the people I have shared my journey with. I am grateful for my teachers, not only those who have taught me what to do, but also those who, through mistakes and suffering, have showed me what not to do. 

I am grateful for the good life I always had and have. I am grateful that I have always had food, water, and a roof over my head. I am grateful that I have always been healthy and surrounded by love.  I am grateful that I have never been exposed to violence.

My problems are nothing compared with the problems of so many other people in the world.

I am blessed. I am grateful. I am happy.

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Remember… Gratefulness is the key that unlocks the doors to the kingdom of happiness.

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The Path to Happiness

Mindfulness, Amazement, Gratefulness, Contentment, Generosity, Happiness.

Be mindful. Be amazed. Be grateful. Be content. Be generous. Be happy.

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