Wednesday, July 8, 2015

The Squirrels' Secret to Satisfying Sleep

Professor Nut can sleep anywhere, anytime.

Lately there have been many folks inquiring about  Mr.Nut's ability to sleep so soundly and peacefully.  So I asked Mr.Nut to share his sleep secrets. What follows are words straight from the "squirrel's mouth":

~ Preparations for Sleep ~
1. Have a bedtime snack, preferably a light one such as a blueberry or a piece of watermelon.
2. If you have any sticky parts on your body, wash with warm water.  You will feel much more comfortable then.
3. Make sure your blankets are fresh and clean and the room is dark.
4. If you live with someone, get them to rub your tummy and behind your ears. Lots of kisses are also very welcome.

~ Now You Are Ready ~

 Close your eyes and let yourself rest in the space of squirreluminosity.  This is the pure space of juicy squirrel happiness and infinite squirrelove.  It is important to understand that this space is inside of you and outside of you. In fact, there is no place that squirreluminosity is not.
It pervades everything and everyone and is of pure benefit and goodwill.  There is nothing to do now, but to just let go and trust in the One Squirrel Heart. 

Mr.Nut in Peaceful Sleep

Good Night All!

Thursday, July 2, 2015

The Abundant Life

Got Nuts?

OK... Mr.Nut has asked me to write this post to clarify something about squirrels.  Mr.Nut is currently teaching a course called "Facebook Etiquette for Posting Comments". One of the topics covered is the use of labels when referring to squirrels. In this post we will consider the label "BEGGAR".

I have heard people toss around the word "little beggars" when they refer to the precious squirrels that show up, asking for food.  I doubt that anyone really thinks about this rude accusation.  Let me explain...

We humans are the ones that are the real beggars; we live amidst bounty and believe we don't have enough. We take on the belief that we have to earn every penny and work hard to live here on the planet. We were all brainwashed in this regard from the time we were children.  So we grow up and cop an attitude that working hard is something to be proud of and we even take pride in working excessively to pay the bills and keep a roof over our heads.  Humans are the ONLY species that pay to live on earth!

Now, reflect upon the brilliance of the little squirrels.  They don't have this erroneous concept.  They do not differentiate between work and play.  Yet, they do indeed work hard... they plant trees that give us the oxygen to breathe and nuts to eat, and they take care of their young and teach them how to survive.   Yes, they will come over and ask for some food when nuts are not in season; but they are far from "beggars".  They are our teachers: they are here to wake us up to the Truth.  Notice that they don't pay rent... they don't pay for food.  Squirrels sit in the lap of the Divine! 
Squirrels never left paradise!
They live the abundant life and if we weren't programmed from early on, we would know how to do that, too. 
So it's high time we gave them the honor and the respect they deserve!

Perhaps instead of the word "beggar" we should be using  the title "precious beings" or "beloved friends".

Listen to this amazing video by Gian Girardi, creator of the Brain Optimization Institute of California.  
In this video, he discusses the true meaning of abundance.