OSHO has taught me more about courage than any other human. I wanted to share some of his teachings with you from “Courage: The Joy of Living Dangerously.” I uphold him as one of my spiritual leaders and have only love for him. Namaste lovely beings!
As I sat on a stump in the valley and hummed the ohm, my spirit told me to stand up and look into the Sun. Once my eyes adjusted, rainbow rings radiated from its exquisite form. I began to feel warm. I discovered that if you lock eyes with the Sun, He will spark your inner fire.
Eye-and-eye mantra: Be the woman you want to be at all times.
Photography by Ajua Hawkins.
Copyright 2013-2014 Ajua Hawkins
One night some years ago, feeling exhausted and ready for bed after a late night work function, I hailed a cab and slumped down rag-doll style into the back seat. I asked the cabbie to drop me off at my apartment in the Murray Hill neighborhood of New York City. The driver began to tell me about himself. His name was John Phillips and he was from an island in the Caribbean – which one I can’t recall now. He then, to my great surprise, began to tell me about myself!