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The spiritual process of transforming trauma

When trauma loss ceases to be your full identityyou are on your way;When trauma loss dissolves into your identity –Ah! Transformation! © Meisaan Chan

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Litmus tools

Equanimity and anxietytwo most important litmus toolsuse and apply for your benefit © Meisaan Chan

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The approach of wisdom

Wisdom knows when to chip awayand when to melt © Meisaan Chan

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There is calm

There is calmthe more you pray,the more you hear the silence © Meisaan Chan

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You got me through the night

You got me through the nightYou got me to sleep.The nights are not taken for grantedand nor are the days.Step by step through the wildernessone sun, and one moon, one sun againone breath, one small cleansingone small thought of hope … Continue reading

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The bullseye and the bypassing

Equanimity results when you are alignedUnhealthy equanimity results when you are not alignedor are trying to run away © Meisaan Chan

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The importance of roots

How is it that trees can keep their arms open to the ever-changing sky?It is their roots.Their roots allow them to surrender to the unknownRoots allow them to surrender © Meisaan Chan

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The first drop

Sky darkensthe world waits for rain Seeds, deeply dormantbegin to dream Thunder rumblesearth tenderly listens Then, when all is ready:The first drop © Meisaan Chan

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Parable of the Four Women and the Emperor

There once were four women who decided to undertake the long journey to see the Emperor. They knew it was going to be a long and arduous task. Before they left, they consulted their council of elders for advice. “Stay … Continue reading

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The return

I am insatiable for youyou are insatiable for methe return © Meisaan Chan

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