Dharmist in Progress

"Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid." ~ Einstein

Finding my Path?

Okay, so I know it’s pretty hit or miss how many or few of you are actually Hindu.

But, in case anyone who reads this does tread this path, I need help.

I’ve lost my way.

I’m still a vegetarian, and more and more a pacifist, but that’s it.

I’m not meditating or reading, or anything else.  I know that basically the entire point is that I make my own path, but I could really use a map or a street sign.

I’ve wandered off into the hardships of a full time job and everyday stress, and lost my spiritual way.

Any advice?

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Pastafarianism

Okay, so this post doesn’t actually have anything to do with the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

I just something on Reddit mentioning that you can’t be a vegetarian by eating pasta alone.

Don’t get me wrong, I eat other things, but pasta really is my go-to.

Honestly, it’s pretty much the easiest thing to eat when someone else is cooking or I’m going out for dinner.

Ho hum.

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The Little Things

New rule in life:

Never complain about the little things, because you never know who has it worse than you.

It’s something you never really notice, unless you’re the person who has it worse.

“If A = success in life, then A = x + y + z. Work is x, y is play, and z is keeping your mouth shut.”

~ Albert Einstein

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Project Conversion Book Out…and FREE!

So, if you follow my blog, you should know about Project Conversion.  Andrew inspired me to seek my own path, and I have his site listed on the sidebar —–>

Anywho, he wrote a book about his incredible spiritual journey!

Buy it for $14.99 here at Amazon

-or-

Download the Kindle version here for free until Midnight Eastern Time, February 6th!  You may or may not be able to convert Kindle books to other formats, I really wouldn’t know, as a Nook owner, so you should do some research or something.  Ahem.

So yeah, huge inspiration, buy his book.

Namaste.

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Twenty-one followers!

Hi there!

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Yoga + Candles = Happy

I joined a gym a few days ago, in hopes of getting more healthy.

I lost 40lbs last year, and my Fibromyalgia symptoms have decreased dramatically; so I’m hoping that building my muscles will help even more.

But what I’m really excited about is that Wednesday there’s yoga with candles and aromatherapy.

Not every Wednesday, unfortunately, but it’s still super exciting.

So, yay 🙂

Positive post!

“Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured.” ~ B.K.S. Iyengar

Namaste.

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