Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Your Squirrel IS Your Sage!

My Sage: Mr.Nut

Let your relationship with your squirrel be the template for your relationship with the people in your life.
You honor your squirrel and love your squirrel.
But you know you cannot "make" your squirrel do what you want him to do.  You can't direct him.
The real truth is he directs you.

Your squirrel is a Sage sent to teach you
the "Way of Love".
You cannot "train" your squirrel because he does not seek your love or approval.  He doesn't seek anything, but rather he rests contentedly in himself.

Your squirrel IS your Sage.
He represents your innermost reality.
 Mooji has said: 
"Mind hides the sage. 
 When mind is there, sage is not. 
When sage is there, mind is not."

Let go of your mind 
and your squirrel will come
and sit in your heart.
Then the "Way of Love"
will be known to you.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

A Squirrel's Gift

The loving gaze of Mr.Nut

Mr.Nut has been really enjoying the fresh autumn air, playing outside in his big cage.  He is such a gentle soul... not really the kind of squirrel that can make it on his own.  The neighborhood squirrels come to see him, especially Buddins. Buddins sits with Mr.Nut every morning and afternoon.  They wave their tails and Mr.Nut teaches Buddins many long held squirrel secrets. Buddins keeps insisting that Mr.Nut come out and play with him... but Mr.Nut just tells him that his dharma is to educate and raise consciousness.  Mr.Nut says that the squirrels are here on the planet to teach love and he is here to remind them of their mission. 

Many people have started to seek counsel from Mr.Nut as he is a true Sage and is full of wisdom.  He has a very simple method.  You ask your question and Mr.Nut gives an answer. He has no judgement and is a pure vessel of truth.  So if you are at some kind of crossroads in your life, just know that Mr.Nut is willing to help you take the leap.  

"Your task is not to seek for love,
but merely to seek and find all the barriers 
within yourself that you have built against it."
                                      ~ Rumi