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Life Goals and Values

I choose the following goals and values:

GOALS:
1. God Union; to be one with God
2. Love all beings and all situations
3. Be debt free
4. Reconcile with anyone I feel opposed to
5. RECOGNIZE the true needs of others
6. Develop the SKILLS to meet the true needs of others
7. Ease human suffering
8. Integrate my life with nature
9. Simplify my life

VALUES:
1. LOVE
2. Honesty
3. Authenticity
4. Self Discipline
5. Generosity
6. Usefulness
7. Simplicity
8. Efficiency
9. Faith in God
10. Self Appreciation
11. Gratitude

These life goals and values were first published in 2011 in a myspace blog, a service that myspace discontinued.  As I repost them now, in 2014, I’m happy to say that I am now debt free!  My life is much simpler, more integrated with nature and my ability to recognize the needs of others, meet those needs and ease human suffering has noticeably improved.  My ability to forgive, to the point that I can even hug people who I’ve had an intense conflict with, has also improved.  I feel God’s presence in my life more than ever.  Both when I close my eyes and look within, but also during my daily routines.  I find myself in the right place at the right time very often, and the purpose of my life work is more clear every month.  Although my path has been full of storms, it is moving forward in the correct direction and is being graced with deeper states of stillness.  An additional specific goal that comes to mind as I post this article is to spend more time providing holistic humanitarian work to those most in need on this planet.

 

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Annual Blessing Activities 2013

A couple days ago my Spiritual Teacher asked for anyone having personal spiritual experiences, such as feeling God’s presence or having a prayer answered, to share it with others. I love to share such experiences, but when I reflected on the topic, I realized that I had already blogged about all my most substantial spiritual experiences. In the past days, God, however provided me with a new batch of experiences which I will share now.

Since starting my spiritual path, every Spring I devote a day to sharing with the poorest in my community.  I got this idea from the annual blessing ceremony described in the Spiritual Treasures, Final Edition.  This year I did the same. God helped guide me to exactly the people most in need. God’s love and presence within me during these activities has grown substantially from when I first started. This presence can best be described as a stillness that brings ease to strong emotions that arise. It helps me see situations clearly, connect with people more deeply and creates a sense of physical relaxation, even in situations that are outside of my previous comfort zone.

Helping the neediest reminds me of what it feels like to share with someone who is totally open and accepting. In the past, I experienced a lot of awkwardness with this. The feeling could best be interpreted as if I was “doing something wrong”, or “up to something”. It would get so strong, that my voice would crack, and my arms shake during the exchange. It made me want to turn and run. As I would walk away, it was clear that I was experiencing intense fear. During this annual trip to Detroit, I would often notice bizarre fantasies pop into my head. They were filled with anxiety and fear. “What if I cannot find enough people to give the packages to”, “what if I get robbed or hurt”, “what if my car breaks down”, etc. These thoughts and feelings made me rush through the experience and head straight home. Afterwords, I would be frustrated that I had such thoughts and feelings, instead of just enjoying the event. The thoughts and feelings were truly irrational, as I always choose to go during the day time, in an area that has plenty of public traffic.

I am now easier on myself and my inner reactions. I recognize they are coming to the surface on purpose. I cannot stop them from surfacing, but I CAN chose to embrace them and myself. This time I was ready for such reactions! I made a conscious effort to notice them. I chose to take my time with the activity, including the moments that I engaged with the homeless people. Again I noticed the same emotions and thoughts, but they didn’t control me like before. Despite their presence, I was able to comfortable communicate with everyone, for as long as it was needed. I also felt really quite at home in the neighborhood. Because I was more relaxed, I noticed there was a vibrant community feel. There were lots of people out walking in the streets together, kids playing basketball and children playing in play grounds. I felt safe.

To help the poorest, I prepared “care packages”. Each package had a complete meal, as well as $60 in each bag. I immediately found a couple homeless people as I arrived in the city, but I did encounter one good problem this year. There were not as many homeless people around. I had brought five care packages, and after about an hour of searching, I still had one left. I decided to drive away, and had faith that I would find a needy recipient. Within fifteen minutes, I did. I developed a sudden hunger and happened to have a meal in the car with me. I noticed a highway rest area. I decided it would be nice to eat at the picnic table there and pulled over. I immediately noticed a woman sitting in her car with the door open a bit. We made contact and I offered her my last bag of food. She readily accepted it and we both ended up having dinner together.

I quickly came to realize, that she was the most neediest of all the recipients. She had no job and just lost her home. She had been living out of her car at the rest stop for a week with no solutions in mind. That day she had run out of all her money. She just enough gas to drive a couple miles. She was saving it to got to her cousin’s house where she had been going to take showers. I gave her some suggestions for job hunting. I also gave her about $400 in cash that I had just withdrawn from the bank. She wept. She said that she used to think that no one cared about her, but is now seeing that God is showing her that she is cared for. She just needed to learn to open up more and be more humble. She also realized that she doesn’t need much to be happy. She was now only wishing for a job and a simple home.

She appreciated the money and food, but she said just having dinner and talking to me was so nice. She had not really spoken to anyone at length, since this all started. I gave her a big hug and we went our separate ways. She had a hug load lifted off her shoulders and I had a deepened sense of faith in God and His spiritual guidance. He had efficiently answered my prayer to find people in need, and graced me with His presence more than ever during the process. God Bless.

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Seamless Solutions of Love

I love it when a problem is solved effortlessly. I have a growing faith in the ability of love to solve problems in such a way. I wanted to share a small, but meaningful experience here. It has to do with a compost pile that I manage at my home away from home. I spend 11 days every month out of town working. I have an apartment there, which I have made into my second home.

At that apartment, I was throwing away all of my organic fruit and veggie scraps, because I had no personal yard space for a compost pile. To me this was a real problem. 🙂 I love to garden and keep house plants. Well made compost is priceless. It keeps my plants healthy and happy. I know how valuable those food scraps are, and it hurt me every time I would toss them in the trash. My “solution of love” actually has two parts:

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My Apartment & Plants

The first part happened about one year ago, while walking to work. I suddenly noticed an area where the hospital disposed of landscaping waste. I saw that there was room on the side for me to start a little compost pile AND there were tons of dried leaves already sitting there. Dry leaves + kitchen scraps + time = great compost. I had everything I needed to make good dirt, right next to my apartment. My problem was solved, just by me stopping and noticing the resources around me.

This little operation was successful until this fall. One day on my walk to work, I noticed that the whole area had been bulldozed over. My little compost pile was gone and so too were all the leaves! This is where part 2 of the my solution comes in. My initial inner reaction, was basically to pout about the turn of events. I was a little bit angry at whoever had done that. I noticed that anger and made a conscious effort to stop the mental blaming, but allow the energy that was activated in me to be felt. Every morning I would go through this inner procedure, because walking by the area would bring it all up again. I figured I would have to discard my kitchen waste again. However, I decided to save it until the last day, in case a solution presented itself. And it did! On the last night I was in town, I noticed one of the neighbors had raked up all of her leaves and was getting ready to burn the pile. I also noticed a vacant lot, right across the street. I asked for and was granted permission to move the pile of leaves across the street for my newest compost pile. This compost pile was an upgrade! The leaves have zero trash in them, the pile was closer to my apartment and the location was less likely to be disturbed.

The funny thing is, if I had been self absorbed with the predicament of losing the old compost pile, I may have never been observant enough to notice the solution that was right in front of my nose. This may have been a small “solution of love”, but I know the procedure works the same regardless of the size of the problem. I am sure there are many other solutions, right in front of my nose. I wish all a growing inner strength, so that “letting go” comes easier and solutions happen more seamlessly.

God Bless,

Roger

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The Nature Path to Work

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Spiritual Retreat in Cambodia

Although I call this a “retreat”, the trip turned out to be more intense then my usually daily life. It started with serendipity. One day, I received an email from Hans, inviting me to come visit him in Cambodia. It happened to be that same day, that I paid off my last debt. It had taken four years of simple living and hard work to accomplish this task. Being debt free was crucial for a successful retreat and was a requirement to visit Hans. He somehow knew the time was right without me telling him.

When I announced that I would be taking this three week retreat in November, I received my first spiritual test. Some of my friends and family expressed intense disapproval. Was this retreat worth the pain it was causing? Based on my experiences of spiritual love and the lack of it in this world, the answer was a solid; yes.

The goal of this trip was simple; to share holistically with the poor and needy. I anticipated this would be a very enjoyable experience. What could be more fulfilling than personally finding and helping those in need? It turned out there were two challenges to this task. One challenge was the logistical part of the sharing (where, when, how and with whom) in a highly populated, poor city. That part was easier for me to tackle after receiving some advice from Hans. The other challenge was the inner resistance that bubbled up when I went about this task. I experienced this resistance mentally, emotionally and physically. This part was very challenging. The intensity of mental disturbances, emotions and even physical tension was at times overwhelming. I recognized this extreme discomfort as my ego coming to the surface to be “let go”. However the mental disturbance was so strong that it consumed my attention, preventing me from connecting with surroundings effectively, which is crucial for discovering those in need of help. The underlying belief was that “I was doing this wrong”, a fear of failure. As I continued to push through the resistance, I was able to fully enjoy the sharing. Here are some of the details of how I worked through it:

There were two major “arenas” that I learned to share in. The first was the situations that popped up as I went about my daily duties (eating, shopping, traveling, etc.). At these times I shared either by paying honest salary for the services I received, or I would notice people in the streets who were in need of help. The second was the nighttime “missions” I went on. I walked the streets of Phnom Penh specifically searching for hardworking people in need, usually between 10pm and 2am. This was trickier then I first thought, because these people didn’t declare themselves readily. The goal was to find the right person at the right time, so that the help given, created the biggest possible life improvement. Specifically, I hoped to find those who wanted to work hard, but were trapped by debt or other life circumstances. There are many such people, who work more than 12 hours a day, everyday and yet still have to sleep on the streets. They only have enough money for the bare essentials, such as food and the clothes on their back. In Cambodia, $300-500 is enough money to change the life of an entire family. With that money someone can start a small street vending business. This can take them from living day to day, to having extra money for an apartment and their family. The challenge is that these people are the last ones to be outside begging. To identify them, I had to be very observant. I had to have a quiet mind.

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                                                          Cambodian Street Vendors

At first I was a little overwhelmed by the sheer numbers of needy people and how to decide who to share with. During the first couple days, there seemed to be no one who really stood out. I was worried that I would not succeed. I prayed for God to bring me someone who demonstrated “mastery” of their job. That night, as I walked the streets at about 4am, I came upon a man about 70 years old who was polishing the fenders of his cyclo. A cyclo is a three wheeled bicycle with a seat, that is used for transport. Cyclo drivers are some of the hardest working Cambodians and I was touched by this one, who was awake and preparing for the day, hours before the rest.

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A Cyclo Driver

I immediately recognized the opportunity. I asked for a ride to the Royal Palace, which was about 10 minutes away. When it was time to pay, I handed the man a $300 bundle of cash, which was wrapped in smaller bills. He was very thankful and in that moment of sharing, as I looked into his eyes, I sensed a stillness in my heart. My inner resistance had melted away and there was peace. It was clear that this sense of peace was shared between the two of us. In that moment, I watched his entire body language soften up. As I walked away, the man started opening the bundle of cash and I heard him express excitement as he realized how much money he had just received. That experience helped me break the barrier of giving. After going out of my way for that event, I found that many other events started to present themselves to me, seemingly without much work on my part. All I did was make myself available in the streets, have cash on hand and keep my senses open to my surroundings. Often one thing would lead to another. For example, I purchased lotus flowers to give to some of the street kids one night. They, however, were not around. I ended up connecting with a young woman, who I could see needed them and gave them to her instead, she was touched. As I walked away from her, I saw a middle aged woman walking through the park with her two sons. They were quietly collecting bottles for recycling. They were clearly good at the task, because they all had full bags. I knew immediately that she would be an excellent person to give a large amount to. She was teaching her kids to work hard, but was stuck in one of the lowest paying jobs. I walked over and handed her $300, also hidden in a bundle of smaller bills. In that moment, I felt the stillness and the opening of both our hearts. Opportunities like these were unpredictable, some days nothing would happen, but other days many would pop up. Here are some other examples:

  • $400 was donated to a teenage girl to complete her beauty school training. She had started training, but didn’t have enough money to complete it. I noticed how much she enjoyed helping at the hair saloon one night, when she was there with a friend and hence learned of her situation.

  • $700 was given to pay for a hospital bill of a young man, who had gotten into a motorcycle accident. It would have taken him years to pay the debt, living on bare essentials.

  • Multiple $20-60 gifts were given to all sorts of people. A pregnant woman picking through trash in the street, a hardworking family living on the sidewalk, bottle collectors demonstrating mastery and tuk, tuk drivers.

With the completion of each sharing experience, I felt the resistance inside me melt a little more. However the most intense sharing experiences, were those that required my personal presence for long periods of time. For example, buying food or clothing for the street kids. I noticed a mild inner objection and awkwardness when just a couple kids were present, but it would become overwhelming whenever the number of kids multiplied. And they always did. They seemed to have a radar device to track me down! Within minutes the group would grow from 2-3 kids to a dozen. Every time a new child would ask for food or clothes, I would say YES with my words, but my entire body was saying NO. I was experiencing a fear of being exploited. My mind was finding all sorts of reasons why I shouldn’t share; “These kids cannot get used to having whatever they want”, “They are just being tricky to get money from me”, “Tomorrow they will want more”, etc. Although some of the kids were being tricky, the reality was they had come to this behavior because of their desperate living situation. I had plenty of money and using it to buy food and clothing was the best thing I could do. I could see that my thoughts were irrational, yet I could not let go of the fear. I felt very insecure and un-natural as I walked around the city streets followed by the small troop of kids.

To add to this insecurity was the threat of being targeted as a “child predator”. Cambodia has a ongoing child molestation problem. There was a public awareness effort going on while I visited. As I shared generously with the street kids, I realized that some people might question my motives. Fears of being accused of child molestation surfaced in me, at a time when I was already consumed with fears of being exploited. About four days into my trip, this inner conflict reached its maximum and manifested externally as an experience in which I felt an extreme fear. It was about 11pm and I had finished my biggest day of sharing with the kids. After feeding all the kids dinner, I wanted to go home and rest. However, the kids were not done with me! They followed me through the streets. The next thing I knew I was being approached by a Cambodian policeman. This triggered intense fear in me. I thought he was coming to interrogate me. It turned out he was begging for money too. I shared with him and moved on, but was still saturated with fear. I decided to sit in the park. I figured the kids would gradually disperse when they saw I was done spending money. At the moment I sat down, about five Australian tourists, all middle aged women, came over and stood about six feet from me, staring at me and the troop of kids that were creating commotion around me. Again this triggered fear in me. I was being investigated. I felt so shaky and insecure, that I couldn’t look them in the eye. I knew I couldn’t explain what I was doing, without my body language saying “I’ve done something wrong”. I was stuck! I wanted to get up and run away from the situation, but that would only make me look more guilty. I needed to face this fear. As I did this, I got my break. Suddenly one of the kids began creating a major scene. She saw a man that had taken money from her mother. She started yelling and calling him names and the tourists became distracted trying to calm her down. At that moment, I got up and walked away.

However the drama wasn’t over yet. That night, I had purchased new clothes for all the kids, except three girls. There were several reasons I excluded them. They had shown up after we had left the clothing store. I had seen them before in the streets.  They were professional beggars, never working. When they started “demanding” I purchase them clothes too, I decided not to reward that behavior. I treated them to dinner that night, but they were still dissatisfied with me. After exiting the last drama, I realized the three girls, were chasing after me. I had to quickly hop into a tuk tuk and drive off, with the kids swearing and shouting at me from behind, chasing us down the street. My body shook with fear.

After that experience, I was scared to share with the kids. I felt stuck and wasn’t sure how to proceed. To enjoy sharing, I knew I had to take more control over the situation. I felt bad excluding some of the kids, even if they were bad players. It just caused too much tension. As I was strategizing how to adjust, Hans requested a meeting with me. He had not been with me on these “sharing missions”, yet the first thing he pointed out to me, was that I had a fear of exploitation. He reminded me that I had plenty of money. I explained that this fear of exploitation was difficult to let go, because of my attempts to be “smart with the money”. We decided it was best for me to include all kids. In that way, my mind would have no excuse to over-analyze each situation. When it came to sharing food and clothing, I could only do good. A huge burden was lifted from my shoulders.

The next day, I purchased more food and clothing for the kids. The fear surfaced again, but this time my body was able to relax a little, and I could tell I was through the worst of my inner turmoil. When I concluded that evening, it was a whole different experience. The kids were satisfied and I walked back to the hotel in relief. During that walk, I noticed water had been poured on the dirty street in the shape of a heart. I stopped and knew it was for me. I had overcome both the outer and inner challenges of sharing, and this heart confirmed my success.

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The Street Heart

Even though I could finally relax a bit, there was a lot of residual fear in my body. I was about half way through the three week trip. At this time, Hans suggested I go visit Seim Reap on my own for several days. It was a just what I needed. I was craving some alone time in nature. I spent four days there. On the first night, I enjoyed a two hour tuk tuk ride through the jungle at dusk around the ancient temple, Angkor Wat. The crickets sung to me the whole way, relaxing my mind body and spirit deeply. The next day I visited a large waterfall and spent almost two hours in the natural swimming pool at the bottom. The last of my body’s fears were washed away in that pool. During this trip, I had multiple sharing opportunities. I gave money to the kids living near the waterfall. I gave my tuk tuk drivers large tips. I purchased the waitresses breakfast from their own restaurant. A luxury they had never enjoyed. I invited a disabled book salesman to join me for a meal and gave him $100 as we went separate ways.

Phnom Kulen Waterfall

Phnom Kulen Waterfall

Diving at Phnom Kulen Waterfall

Diving in the Waterfall Pool

When I returned to Phnom Penh, I was fully refreshed. I was excited to start a new form of sharing, one which required even longer periods of my direct presence. I purchased make-overs for some of the street girls. I took them to get their hair washed, cut and styled and a couple new outfits with a matching purse. These girls had never been treated to such a luxury. They wore the same dirty clothes everyday. Their hair was so tangled, that they couldn’t get a brush through it. I’m sure they had never enjoyed the feeling of being cared for by a hairdresser. I could see that this made them feel pretty inside. As I sat with them through the make-over, I noticed there was still some of the inner resistance inside me, but it was milder. I could allow it to be there and still enjoy the experience. I was finally able to say YES with my words and YES with my body! As my inner turmoil was melting away, I became more aware of how these random acts of kindness were deeply touching everyone. When I first met the kids they would fight each other for handouts. Once they realized I was including all of them, they relaxed. They started to have fun sharing stories with each other and by the end they were even sharing their meals. The store owners and many others, were also noticing the generosity. I realized that most tourists come to Cambodia, with a “take” mentality. They try to find the cheapest deals and spend primarily for themselves. I suspect that many Cambodians have never witnessed, the “give” mentality which I displayed. It was not just the giving of money. It was the fact that I recognized another person’s suffering and did my best to ease it. Witnessing that, opened their minds to a new possibility of human behavior. Witnessing that, also opened their own hearts and hopefully stirred up a desire to share themselves, because deep down that is our true nature.

Now that I have returned home to the United States, I am noticing a change. My mind is letting go of some of the compulsion to focus on problems. The desire to be aware of my surroundings and notice if there is a heart that needs touching, has grown. The fear of “what will people think” has shrunk. A light deep inside my being is starting to shine, just in time for Christmas. I wish a Christmas mentality to all, all year long. God Bless.

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Spiritual Treasures Bonus File

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God’s First and Only Commandment

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Eternity – Infinity

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Understand the meaning of eternity as a life span and infinity as a living room

God is eternal so are we – have you ever thought about what that means to you – living eternally ? Where do you want to live eternally and how do you want to live eternally ??

Are you always making the right decisions to achieve your very eternal goal or at least are you approaching this goal more or less directly ?

God and God’s entire creation is infinite – since we are his children and are made to his image – it means that all of us is infinite as well, including our divine potential to All is infinite

  • our potential to learn
  • our potential of creativity
  • our potential to love in an infinite number of different ways and with infinite power and strength of our Divine innermost being of our soul
  • our potential of making experiences – including painful experiences often called “mistakes” is infinite
  • the velocity – speed – to learn and spiritually grow is potentially infinite – we can learn extremely slowly or extremely fast – it all is up to us !!
  • the potential number of places to incarnate is infinite as well as the number of different spiritual locations – levels of spiritual development and achievement is infinite
  • the number of paths to God is potentially infinite as well as the opportunities to get lost – at least for a part of eternity – within the many locations and universes our ego is capable to create and support – is infinite !!!!!!!
  • how much or how little is part of eternity ??
  • be aware that you have a real and absolute goal in your life pointing to a point far beyond the present incarnation. Be sure you know how easy it is to lose orientation without a compass in the middle of desert. Mankind on earth is like in the middle of desert and most of the present population has lost the orientation in life.

If true divine Love is what you are aiming at – then you surely have a solid orientation and you never can really get lost – except for a few days or weeks in weird situations – if you temporary lose your orientation and get absorbed by fear or worries or anger for a very brief period.

Please learn to orient yourself in Love toward development of ever expanding Love – remember Love is eternal and infinite – the development of Love never ends – it goes on and on eternally.

If you are mathematically inclined – at least a little – then you can imagine a ray starting at one point and going into infinity – of any and all dimension !!! – like the spectrum of frequency that starts with ZERO Hertz and the frequency (vibration of human mind, body, consciousness, Love, ….) increases more and more – with absolutely no end into infinity – Love and all related manifestations of Love increase eternally and infinitely their frequency (vibration) !!!!!

When focusing in your daily life toward God – toward his infinite Divine Love – then you are tapping this very infinite source and connecting your own body, mind and soul with all pertaining manifestations to this very Divine source of all sources and of course your own body mind and soul will be filled and finally becomes one with this very Divine vibration of Divine Love until you ARE THIS VERY DIVINE LOVE in all your manifestations – infinitely and eternally !!

To make sure that YOUR remainder of eternity turns into a pleasure, Love and bliss you need to start to learn and continuously practice to control and direct your mind, your attention and focus toward Love – once you have achieved God-Union you are free for eternity to do whatever you love to do and whatever you want to do – until then you have to learn whatever separates you from your Divine destination.

If however you reject or refuse to consciously learn to love and direct your development toward Love – you may as well find yourself for millions and millions of years in a circle of incarnation into the physical plane or astral universes of infinite variety of ego, selfishness, aggression, …. . There is and always will be an infinite number of aggressive ways to live and an infinite number of loving ways to spend eternity. The choice always is yours.

Focus for a while – and repeat this again later on – on the meaning of eternity and infinity of human life, consciousness, awareness, being, potential and loving – it may help you to achieve a different inner attitude within your self or fine tune your present attitude to achieve your goals faster, smoother and more lovingly.

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