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One of the things I have loved most since my first experience with Spirit Voyage and Sat Nam Fest is that nobody is “above” anyone else. The only way this works is if we all acknowledge and agree that we are all teachers, and we are all students.

There is so much we all can share to enrich each other’s lives if only we stop to recognize the wisdom within us, the amazing gifts in endless supply. As I write blog posts, I sit here attempting to impart some knowledge, some experience of mine, that can somehow become tangible and relevant to your lives. I’d like to flip the script here, though. I’d love to hear what is on your minds, what is in your hearts.design copy

Each year, I go to the desert and, try as I might to avoid it, I always show up with expectations. Each trip, I realize there there was a clear lesson I needed to learn, some work I needed to do that I wasn’t even aware of before I arrived. My expectations and my ego get equally and blissfully shattered.

What has been your experience? How do you stay focused on your New Year’s Resolutions as we approach one month in? What tips can you share to encourage others to go deeper in their practice? What do you love most about Sat Nam Fest? What amazing experiences led you there? What lesson burns in you to share, to teach us all?

Let’s all pitch in and join voices and forces to create the best versions of ourselves. I cannot be the best me without accepting the best of you into my soul. Won’t you share the amazing light that lives only inside You?

Wahe Guru!

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