As is said so poetically in the message I heard in 1996:
To Love thyself is
To love Me embodied in
The human life form
My creation, My desire
To share Spirit in you
To know knowing in you
To love with you.
Love thyself and you love Me.
We are One, you know.
In this context, self love takes on a whole new meaning. Spiritual self love is loving Source, Spirit, the Divine, whatever you call God. This book is co-created with Spirit to help you meet the deep desires for unconditional love and knowing of our Oneness, the yearnings of your human self, your soul and your essence.
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The book's cover shares a lot:
Self Love as Spiritual Practice: Nine Keys for Loving Yourself
Read more about the book here on this site, click: Self Love as Spiritual Practice. At Amazon.com you also can read an excerpt of the book. Personal Life
I live in Austin, Texas. I moved here in April, 2012, after 4 wonderful years in a rural town tucked among the major cities of
the eastern seaboard, Woodstock, Connecticut. I had lived on the east coast since I moved to New York in the mid 1970s for a job at NYC's largest ad agency on Madison Avenue.
Now I live at Mueller, a new urban village being built on the land of the old Austin airport. Recently I was elected to the Steering Committee of the Mueller Neighborhood Association. I teach a Spiritual Practice class. I'm also working with Go Local Austin to help local businesses and those that support them. Moving from a 200 year old historic home Woodstock to a brand new building in Austin with 201 apartment has it challenges. Lots of opportunity to I practice loving myself -- a great poem in the book is titled "To Love the Whole Self." It starts:
Yes, this is one of
Lessons in this life
To Love the whole self.
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Being Creative Feeds the Soul
One of the things that keeps me going is being creative. It is part of my energy. Being creative, I like to say, is GODD like. In Austin, my creativity is going into creating and supporting community.
Just before leaving the east last Spring I went into New York to say good bye to the city that brought me East. As a commuter I worked on Madison Avenue and 55th and 57th Streets. Great years. Very different to go on a warm Sunday afternoon after Easter and be with tourists. A fellow tourist took this photo of me at Rockefeller Center.
Guess it is time to get a local picture.
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