Retreating

I love silent retreats. They are silent but very intimate. After detoxing from the social personality we find so many ways to engage in non-verbal awareness and communication.

It allows the opportunity to see a little more clearly. Seeing clearly seems like so much idealism. I’m always good if I can just clean the windshield a little bit. That seems to do it for me. I can’t imaging being able to see anything clearly in transience. Things are changing while you are looking.

So I will be gone for a week and am very excited about this. I love being with the guides and the Sangha. I love learning more. I love the laughter and the closeness. And the love.

Will see you in a week,

Bryan

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