How the enlightenment transmission enlivens my soul

UPDATE FROM ORIGINAL POST: Dave also posted a YouTube video here (for the first time) so you can see him as he speaks. ————– I wrote two blog posts on enlightenment teacher Dave Oshana a few years ago but nothing recent. I find my tendency is to avoid it because the experience is…difficult to word. Difficulty finding words or labels reminds me of a quote from Eckard Tolle: “the next step in human consciousness... Read More

Update: Spiritual Enlightenment Teacher Dave Oshana Post 2

I want to write more about my experience with Dave.  (I highly recommend that you read my first post about my experiences with Dave before reading this one.) I feel like there are certain moments in life that go beyond logic and words to describe.  Still, saying something is “beyond words” limits my capacity to communicate about it, (such as on this blog,) so I am going to attempt, even though this is difficult for me.   The Difference... Read More

Spiritual Enlightenment Teacher Dave Oshana

I’ve decided to write a bit about my experience with spiritual enlightenment teacher, Dave Oshana.    Firstly, I consider the topic of one’s spirituality a personal subject.  At the same time, everyone needs guidance from someone, that’s why we all (ideally) had parents when we were younger.  The same is true in the area of spirituality/religion.  I feel like if I write about my experiences with Dave, it could help those who are seeking... Read More

Gratitude to Beautiful Voice of SnatamKaur

I’ve had MANY friends hear SNATAM KAUR’s music playing in my office and ask me, WHO IS IT?  If you click here on her website–different CDs play of her music. My favorite all time CD is Anand (click here to hear it) (but I’d buy it directly from  which you won’t go wrong purchasing it as it’s great relaxation music to listen to while taking a long bath or relaxing on the couch.    Read More

Tool for Forgiveness

There is a loving-kindess/metta meditation known as “Ton Glen,” and I found a good guided one on this website:   This is a wonderful 10 minute exercise.   Think of someone that you want to send loving-kindness.  I recommend choosing someone/a situation where it is painful for you to think about him/her/it.   You might find, over time, that in sending kindness, you inadvertently... Read More