Short and Sweet — From My Heart

Ken W. Stone,
“The Soul Archaeologist”

Internationally Recognized Spiritual Teacher and Healer, and Creator of the Transformational Beneath the Sand Program

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Short and Sweet — From My Heart

Oct

2

2014

Ken W Stone

Recently I was listening to one of my earliest webcast group sessions. I was trying to track down a section that related to tuning around abundance.

As I listened – these words came out of the computer in my voice – from a time when I didn’t consciously realize I had this awareness:

“Fear has no home when you are home.”

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I’d love to hear what comes up for you in meditation when you reflect on this. Consider two aspects: the embodied soul; and the illusion of separation.

Hit reply to this email – I’d love to hear what comes up for you around this (or anything else that’s top of mind).

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Last week I attended a training that will be going on throughout the coming year. It’s always fun to connect with others on the spiritual journey who are also entrepreneurs.

I met many wonderful people, among them a man named Jeff who does energy work for the San Francisco Ballet & Symphony – he even tours with them. Isn’t that cool?!

I met woman named Jane from Oregon who is a sex therapist. We were on our way to dinner as a group the first night when she let me know she was a client. I was pleasantly surprised and curious to hear about her experience with the sessions she’d participated in. Turns out she did the Four Days of Healing at the conclusion of last year. She shared with me about how she and her daughter had gone through the experience together. Very cool!

I met a woman named Valerie, one of the organizers of the event. On Tuesday night as we were all leaving the room we had shared for two days she came up to me and said they’d all been laughing in the back of the room for a couple of days at me. “We look at you and we get mortgage lender. But spiritual healer?!”

I shared a meal with Rod – who among other things, has been practicing contemplative prayer for some time. We found common ground there as I shared with him about my experience of being with Thomas Keating two years ago at the Monastery where he is in residence.

I love meeting people in person and busting through their paradigm of how things should be. Healers should look a certain way (and whatever that is, I certainly don’t). Or you have to do business a certain way (for example: focused on business building rather than straight spirituality) to succeed.

Here’s to deeply connecting with others in resonance, being surprised by the ways you support your tribe, and busting paradigms wherever you go.

Here’s to being fully embodied, so you can be home wherever you go. Shining your light for others – sure – but more importantly, here’s to discovering your brilliance for your own benefit and wonder.

Here’s to living life in Divine Resonance.

That’s it for this week … From My Heart.

Peace,

Ken

Ken W. Stone
The Soul Archaeologist
Experience the Divine Within
www.KenWStone.com