Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we "live" life!

10 Responses to “The Greatest Loss in Life!”

  1. on 10 Jul 2019 at 8:06 am Betty

    My personal “greatest loss” is believing that much of my life was a failure; a loss of precious time. I felt deep regret for those times when I was not living life to it’s fullness (using the dream of the planet as a measuring stick.) But looking back I can see that it is the suffering that was the loss. Opening to what is, living in the now, as awareness makes every moment meaningful and alive. Knowing that makes all the difference. As Keshav has said many times, all of it got me here.

  2. on 10 Jul 2019 at 5:34 am Diane

    Yes. the greatest loss is forgetting who we truly are. However, when I realize that I have forgotten and I finally wake up to what is inside it is glorious!. Thank you for this wake up call quote of the week..

  3. on 09 Jul 2019 at 5:58 pm sasanijjs

    I have been committing my energy sessions at night to falling into that space of death. Ironically, I have found the suffering fed by the attachment to a separate sense of self to be the ultimate “what do you have to lose?” This call to jump always leads to limitless freedom. My session last night with Keshav although energetically challenging at times, always had a background of this welcoming home. The choice to rest back in this space is becoming increasingly easy. Freedom is truly always present.🐲

  4. on 09 Jul 2019 at 3:57 pm Keshav Howe

    A pure Circle of Intent is a powerful tool for realizing who We are. I LOVE the feel of the Undivided Silent Space that brings us together, and breaks down the barriers that seem to divide. The vibrant dance of birth and death that We share, is alive – right in plain sight.

    The Hindu ceremonies that celebrate the death of the attachment to form, and mourn new life – are wonderful perspective breaks. So is the Shamanic "custom" of hanging out in a coffin as a tool to realize the ultimate source of the "Light."

  5. on 08 Jul 2019 at 7:45 am ceejaypea

    The reminder to ‘live until you die’ was most relevant when I worked in the psyche ER and experienced my deepest sense of service with HIV/AIDS patients. I’ve also been so inspired by the deaths of a few of our group members, and only hope to live as fully as they. Namaste.

  6. on 07 Jul 2019 at 10:12 am missy

    I was at drumming virtually, and even heard your Beat on my walk in the fields and forests out back. Really. I had planned and needed to go on that walk and take my time out and the vibration was beautiful. I chose to do it even when I realized what time it was I hoped you’d understand. Glad those of you there were lifted I know I was. Feeling that sense of renewal, love , and freedom and sending it out to the World!!! Namaste

  7. on 06 Jul 2019 at 8:38 am Keshav Howe

    Sitting in circle with like-minded and open-hearted beings is the world to me, and like you shared Lori – that is cause for celebration! Love does not take a holiday.

  8. on 06 Jul 2019 at 8:29 am Lori

    Keshav and Betty, your posts about family and feeling renewed, warm my heart. They speak of dedication and love that is felt and shared during drumming. I appreciate that you drummed on the holiday. Perfect day to celebrate love and freedom in shared heart space. So is now. Namaste.

  9. on 05 Jul 2019 at 11:21 am Keshav Howe

    I second that emotion!

  10. on 05 Jul 2019 at 10:31 am Betty

    Thank you, Keshav, for offering drumming yesterday. It was wonderful spending time with “family” on a holiday. Thank you for all that were able to attend. You lift me up! I left feeling renewed. Sending love and gratitude to everyone!

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