This is the Second installment of the Saints in Training “First-Sunday Sit-Cast,” recorded in Oceanside, Ca. on Feb. 3rd, 2019.
The word for January was inspiration. The saboteur of inspiration was vanity.
We are inspired by beauty; in a moment, in a face, a song, or a look. Vanity tends to sour our ability to perceive inherent beauty within one another. We look for inspiration in all kinds of places out in the world, but it’s important to remember to look within.
The Word to meditate on for February 2019 is Inclusiveness. The saboteur of inclusiveness is Separativeness. We may not be able to resolve all of the differences we see around us, or in the news everyday, but we do have the power to resolve differences within our own selves, allowing us to let them go – and therefore be free.
The Saints in Training Word of the Month for January 2019 is INSPIRATION. The Saboteur of inspiration is VANITY. We are often inspired to do good works, especially by those who have set a high bar by their own example. How can inspiration help us to help ourselves and others? How does vanity get in the way? That is the subject of the first Word of the Month for 2019.
The Saints in Training Word of the Month for December 2018 is PROTECT. The Saboteur of PROTECT is CONTROL. What do we want to protect? The mind. How do we protect the mind? That is the subject of the last video for 2018.
You may recognize our location this month as the hearth belonging to the beautiful space in Oceanside where we are privileged to hold workshops and meditation classes. Our last workshop of the year is coming up on December 22nd, and you are welcome to join us by the fire as we welcome the Winter Solstice.
The Word of the Month for November, 2018 is the word Transformation. The saboteur of Transformation is Stagnation.
Light and Dark. Life and Death. Transformation relies on elements of all of them. But how do we know when when transformation is at hand? What does it take to overcome stagnation? That’s the subject of our video this month.
There will always be more untold stories of heartbreak than can be told, but this does not diminish the raw, experience of each and every story.When we hear stories about sexual violence, we tend to want to gloss over the individual’s story and instead, focus on the facts, the statistics, the numbers. The facts and statistics have always been inaccurate, because most of these stories have remained untold.