Practice choosing the moment, poetry and daily reminders books

All suffering takes place in the non-alive realm made by thought, by the first thought called ego ("I am an entity, separated from the rest").  From the ego, all other thoughts sprouted and expanded, making the non-real realm of thought (or information). We, you and I, being real alive brotherly (sharing) beings of The infinite … Continue reading Practice choosing the moment, poetry and daily reminders books

Today’s moment, and why I feel mental health is connected with moment’s poetry

Dear friend,  I give you this moment. My happiness is for you to receive it. Receive it and pass it on! The moment will not diminish, nor will its value ever diminish, anywhere on earth. On the contrary, when you give it away, it remains yours truly, forever! When you give it away, you discover … Continue reading Today’s moment, and why I feel mental health is connected with moment’s poetry

Eternal Now, The Miracle, fundraising for The Mental Health Foundation

Today's poetry of the eternal moment, in photographs, for you. Because you enjoy my poetry, my photography, my little films, because you love to receive the miracle of the eternal moment, because we all desire health and happiness for all, I started a fundraiser @theoandmira Instagram. I'm offering you the moment, you receive it, you … Continue reading Eternal Now, The Miracle, fundraising for The Mental Health Foundation

The Miracle, a fundraising campaign for Mental Health Foundation

A fundraising for Mental Health Foundation. Join me for a walk and feel the miracle of stepping into the moment. What is experience? What are sensations? What is the brain? What are thoughts?  Jump into the rabbit hole. How come a little bit of substance modifies experience? That means experience is the play of substances … Continue reading The Miracle, a fundraising campaign for Mental Health Foundation

Dear thinker, a message to all who think way too much

Dear thinker,  Reality is one tiny step away, calling joyously for you, tirelessly, awaiting your return, every hour of every day. Reality, you see, might take the form of your dear significant other, your wife or husband, your sweet little child, your best friend, your dog, your garden, even your annoying neighbor or coworker. Your outback, … Continue reading Dear thinker, a message to all who think way too much