In Plain Sight! by Keshav | Feb 10, 2021 | Community Insights | 10 commentsThe way that life appears is determined by how we choose to see it!10 Comments Keshav Howe on February 25, 2021 at 10:02 PM Painful feelings such as fear are time sensitive. In the light of this timeless moment, the dualistic relationship between fear and love is exposed. Love is never lost, just sometimes overlooked. Thank you fear for showing us to risk all our beliefs about love, in order to be surprised by it! It is refreshing to know that love's true value is realized, only when given away… Keshav Howe on February 21, 2021 at 7:13 PM Every moment is inherently and unconditionally peaceful – without cause. Unfortunately, we are conditioned to create hell whenever we choose to leave the moment with reactions (this should not be happening) with passing "life circumstances." The good news is that the past is past; no one knows what will come here in "the dream of the planet." The key to Unconditional Peace is choosing to surrender to Now! Let Peace reveal itself!! Take in your original face. Right here and right now. Allow us see You… Braveheart on February 20, 2021 at 1:57 PM “Hell is a choice, not a destination.” Thank you for the reminder. Might have forgotten that when I went to the Apple Store in the Mall for a second time during a pandemic. And I might have put myself there, after being told they would not replace my still my under warranty phone, even though I was told four times that they would. Might have even stayed there when I lost data after their attempt to fix the problem. But Hell is a choice and after a bit, I chose not to be there. It is a choice. I see that and I see there are other options for my phone as well. sasanijjs on February 19, 2021 at 10:46 AM During my last session with Keshav I experienced heavy resistance that opened up to what felt like god Union. I continued weaving in and out of this space dropping baggage a long the way. Although turbulence was felt throughout the process , the watcher found the holding on to be quite humorous at times. That turbulence serves as a wonderful tool into “ I can’t fucking do this anymore”. Thankfully, mind has a breaking point too. Betty on February 16, 2021 at 9:25 PM I am always amazed how identical situations can be experienced as both peaceful or hell. What makes the difference is how I choose to experience it. If I decide to label it as bad, and go into fear and resistance it becomes hellish. If I proceed from awareness I choose to see it from peace and clarity, it just is. From clarity the way opens up to embrace the situation. Keshav Howe on February 16, 2021 at 9:03 PM Hell is a choice, not a destination. Keshav Howe on February 15, 2021 at 6:39 PM Home is a short trip from here – absent the burden of a there to get to. The cost of the trip Home is all of our old and tiresome baggage. Hum. Keshav Howe on February 14, 2021 at 9:58 PM For me, taking responsibility for how life appears is an act of power and grace. The sublime feel and glow of an unfiltered moment, outshines time-bound cloud illusions such as doubt and fear. I need to put myself on time-out from seeing life from a personal point of view, to even imagine doing so. Me vs them needs to be explored. Diane on February 14, 2021 at 5:04 PM I often have advised people who are upset with the moment that “you can start your day/moment over any time you choose to”. Of course there are times I need to heed my own advice. Russ on February 12, 2021 at 1:26 PM This reminds me to take responsibility for all of my choices. It’s empowering on some level to know that I ‘choose’ the experience I’m having.