All posts tagged: Seth Godin

Floral Notes and Bardo: Find the Others

By Travis Newbill Floral Notes and Bardo: The Creative Chronicles of a Shambhala Mountain Resident is a regular feature on the SMC blog in which a member of our staff/community shares his experience of existing as part of Shambhala Mountain Center. Just now, on my way out the door of the lodge to walk up the hill to work, I realized that Seth Godin and Terrence McKenna both say this: FIND THE OTHERS (Later I learned that Timothy Leary may be the source of that phrase.) Anyway, walking up the path, as I was saying to myself over and over FIND THE OTHERS, I see Avajra John coming up another adjoining path.  As we approached each other, we put our palms together at our foreheads.  Then he said: “You know, my take on it is that the transcendent Shambhala is just behind a very thin veil.” He grinned widely.  I thanked him. ~~~ Just before all of this happened, while sitting in the shrine room, I decided that I ought to meditate more in order to tune into what’s going …