Who Am I? by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche

Youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GdmbpU8UpA&feature=youtu.be

I — who am I?
I am no one
I can be anyone

I am Kuntuzangpo, who cannot be seen by looking
I am the melody that cannot be heard by listening
I am the truth that cannot be learned by grasping
I am the energy that cannot be stopped by blocking

Do you know me?
I am no one

I am the space between thoughts
I am the joy between painful moments
I am the confidence between fears
I am the peace between wars

Do you know me?
I can be anyone

I am the light that sees the darkness
I am the ear of compassion that hears suffering
I am the warmth of the heart that generates joy
I am the power of mind that benefits others

Do you know me?
I am no one

I am the source of everything
I am the expanse of the boundless sky
I am the radiant light that is everywhere
I am the wind that grants life force
I am the fire that enlivens the body

Do you know me?
I can be anyone

I am the refuge that abides within you
I am the value that spontaneously manifests
I am the energy that arises naturally and ceaselessly
I am the activity that compassionately benefits others

Do you know me?
I am no one

I am the mother who loves
I am the friend who can be trusted
I am the power that protects from enemies

Do you know me?
I can be anyone

I am home for you who are homeless
I am a friend for you who are lonely
I am power for you who are weak
I am wealth for you who are poor

I am the mirror where you see yourself.

Do you know me?

I — who am I?
I am no one
I can be anyone

– Ababa (Tenzin Wangyal) Sept 24, 2019 (translated by Tenzin Wangyal and Steven Goodman, 29 September, 2019, Cafe Leila, Berkeley, California)

Chakras: 7 Minute Tune Up




It´s been awhile since I´ve posted here, but am drawn to share this tune up meditation from Jonathan Goldman for you to enjoy. (Nowadays I´m active on my poetry blog Pastel Lights.)

Youtube link: Chakras: 7 Minute Tune Up



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Articles: Introduction to Our Subtle Energy System

Magic Bells

when getting
really silent,
it can be
tiniest of

 are playing
    the notes of
 cosmic joy

– Deelia © at

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via Magic Bells – Taikatiu’ut — Pastellit valot * Pastel Lights

Pastel Lights – My New Poetry Blog

Hello Dear Blogosphere (including all readers also beyond WordPress),

I have just started a new blog to share selected my-poems with Finnish translations. You are very welcomed to visit Pastel Lights at https://pastellitvalot.wordpress.com/

Soul Fields Blog will also continue to be available.

Love and cosmic hugs,


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Poems, Quotes: Intimacy



Because with alarming accuracy
she’d been identifying patterns
I was unaware of-this tic, that
tendency, like the way I’ve mastered
the language of intimacy
in order to conceal how I felt-

I knew I was in danger
of being terribly understood.

–    Stephen Dunn

With callused hands

i tasted
the softness of the moon

in the coldest winds
i discovered
my soul’s
warmest fireplace

in the roughness
of his stubble
the tenderest love.

 –   Sanober Khan, A Thousand Flamingos

Intimacy is the capacity to be rather weird with someone – and finding that that’s ok with them. – Alain de Botton

I wonder if this is how people always get close: They heal each other’s wounds; they repair the broken skin. – Lauren Oliver, Pandemonium

My willingness to be intimate with my own deep feelings creates the space for intimacy with another. – Shakti Gawain, picked from The 50 Best Quotes on Self-Love at Psyhology Today

Being apart was wrong. Simply lying side by side did more for a relationship than words. A warm bed, a nest of animal intimacy. Words could be misunderstood, whereas loving companionship bred trust. – Michel Faber, The Book of Strange New Things

Intimacy is not purely physical. It’s the act of connecting with someone so deeply; you feel like you can see into their soul. – Reshall Varsos

Picked from/read more here: Intimacy Quotes For Romance And Inspiration at ReGain

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Poem and Article: Shifting


Never believe,
my friend,
when you´re
down there,
how the
world looks
like then.

Your energy
opens up
and you see
clearly again.

It remains
for you
to reclaim.

As is
it continues
to hold
you near.

– Deelia ©

Why and How to Master the Art of Becoming Resilient

by Cynthia Sue Larsson at Reality Shifters Blog

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Poem, Articles: Affectionate Pearls II

In an ancient
Egyptian time
but in your
you give
me the
pearl necklace.

There is
a new
in this
that cannot
be described,
and a
most delicate
the third

– They lasted
through time,
my guide
what had
of course,
they already
used pearls
in the ancient
I never
about it.

I perform a
quick search
for articles to
prove that to
my concrete

My intuitive
to pearls
got specified,
my larger self
and little self

– Deelia ©

Poem: A Pearl Necklace I

Egyptian Information on Pearls

GemSelect Newsletter – The Queen of Gems: A Brief History of Pearls

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Poem: Wild Geese by Mary Oliver


You do not have to be good.
You do not have to walk on your knees
For a hundred miles through the desert, repenting.
You only have to let the soft animal of your body
love what it loves.
Tell me about your despair, yours, and I will tell you mine.
Meanwhile the world goes on.
Meanwhile the sun and the clear pebbles of the rain
are moving across the landscapes,
over the prairies and the deep trees,
the mountains and the rivers.
Meanwhile the wild geese, high in the clean blue air,
are heading home again.
Whoever you are, no matter how lonely,
the world offers itself to your imagination,
calls to you like the wild geese, harsh and exciting —
over and over announcing your place
in the family of things.

– Mary Oliver


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Poem: Humorous Guides

I channel
two words
I´ve never
heard of.
I then
find them
to be real
in urban

I burst
into laughter
of the
of description,
they also fit
the male and
the female.

is the


– Deelia ©


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