The Nondual Love of Rumi

By Adam J. Pearson I desire you more than food and drink My body my senses my mind hunger for your taste I can sense your presence in my heart although you belong to all the world I wait with silent passion for one gesture one glance from you” ― Jalaluddin Rumi, The Love Poems…

You Pay With Your Life: Lifespan As The Only Real Currency

By Adam J. Pearson The cost of a thing is the amount of what I call life which is required to be exchanged for it, immediately or in the long run. ~ Henry David Thoreau (1817 – 1862), Walden We have often been told that ‘time is money,’ however, we often forget that the statement also works the other…

Be Like A Tree

By Adam J. Pearson Be like a tree– Grow And lose your leaves.

Galen: An Ancient Roman Forefather of Modern Psychology

By Adam J. Pearson Galen of Pergamum was a Greek-speaking physician, surgeon, and philosopher in the Roman Empire, who was a massively-influential figure in the history of medicine. Galen was a physician to the Roman Emperors Marcus Aurelius and Commodus and created a powerful medical system that dominated Western medical thinking for 1,000 years. Fascinatingly, as it turns out,…

“I Shouldn’t Be Feeling What I Feel Right Now,” Is That True?

By Adam J. Pearson So, a thought pops up and says: “I shouldn’t be feeling what I feel right now…” That’s a good one! Can you absolutely know that’s true? What’s the reality? You’re feeling it! Reality has spoken. You should be feeling what you are feeling, because you are. That’s the reality. How do you know when…

Innocence

By Adam J. Pearson Innocence –In a sense– Is Inner sense, Inner-sensed.