This weeks parable is a DOUBLE FEATURE!! 2 Parables for the price of one! Which is free, so it doesn’t matter!
The first parable is the parable of the 2 monks, a story about holding on and letting go of emotions and thoughts that no longer serve you. The second parable is about a cracked pot who’s self worth was very low, even though there was no reason to be at all. Enjoy!
Made with Love by – Jordan Duchnycz and Vanessa Cuccia
Logo Design by Lee VanPelt
Intro Music by Seb Skelly
Credits Music by Fainted Paces
-It’s not what you think-
Audio recording by VISION
Background Music by Jesse Bibb
Thank you so much for everyone who provided their time, energy and Love into helping create this project!
For the maximum wonderful viewing experience – Watch it in HD :)
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I feel that life is about living the way you want to, with love and respect for everything all around you. As if Life is a metaphor for beautiful music, and the songs that you play is the melody of the life that you live. Of course, it becomes very hard to do when your instruments are not tuned.
Everything has its own colour and tone. Some of these vibrations mix harmoniously while others combine in discordance, because they are not in tune with each other. You can feel in your heart when you are sad, because the pace slows as if playing the song of your grief. You can feel in your heart when you are happy, because the rhythm of your heart becomes upbeat and bouncy as if playing the song of your joy.
One way you can tell if you are in tune, is just by sensing the way your body makes you feel. Your body is your most important instrument for interfacing with this 3D world, so it’s important to stretch, go for walks, meditate, drink lots of water, and do things like that to help tune your physical body. Don’t forget to also tune your mind. Read things that are insightful, watch things that are inspiring, things that lift you up and make you feel like you’ve never felt before. Do things with others that inspires this connection as well.
Find comfort in the little things that make you happy, feel love and gratitude towards the things that you have or receive, and give love in return to all of those around you. You can have, do, or be anything: but if you’re not tuned to the frequency of your highest awareness… How do you know what you want?
By the way, If you’re interested in the traditional “buddhism” and eastern spiritual practices, I highly recommend you check out this book called“Eastern Body, Western Mind”, which is all about bringing a balance between eastern and western practices in spirituality.
It’s an absolutely fantastical book, and if you’re anything like me, you’ll probably get a lot out of it.