Traveling at Life’s Speed

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In this book series I have described a path to total self-awareness. For me, it all started with reading inspirational literature, contemplative walking, introspective reflecting and journaling. In the first book of the series, Peace: The Art of Mindfulness to Eliminate Stress, I wrote about mindfulness and how we can program the mind to change our default progressively from constant mind chatter, to less inner dialog, to mindful chatter, to mostly silent with intentionally directed internal dialog. [Read More…]

 “There is no way to happiness, happiness is the way!”     -Thich Nhat Hahn

Zen Professor blog is about finding freedom that endures through our daily lives. Freedom from stress, anxiety, worry, and unconscious expectations. By letting go of the programmed psychological self, developed over a lifetime of biological and social conditioning, everyone is able to follow the path of liberation.

Our message is about the journey from pain to freedom, where we will discover the brave and infallible authentic-self present in us all. It is about finding the place where we will be afforded the opportunity to live the life of authenticity we were always meant to live. The place where we create our greatest life.

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Give Up the Need to Be in Control to Find Peace

When we let go of the need to be in control we find peace. We can simply surrender and let the Universe be in control. It is anyway, whether we resist it or not. Consider that we are living on a giant rock which is, in it's core, molten lava, spinning through space at thousands… READ MORE

Shadow of Self and Why It Matters

There are two selves we often read about in literature describing the nature of self. First there is the psychological or egoic self, signified by a small s, as in "self." The other is the Authentic Self or Higher Self, represented by a big S, as in "Self." It is the light of awareness that… READ MORE

Thought Moves Energy, Attracts Friends, and Influences Aging

Thought is more powerful than most people realize. The mind has the ability to stir energy, cause us to attract or repel others, and inspire us to move toward or away from drama. We can even use thought to slow the aging process. One of the most fundamental scientific laws is energy is neither created… READ MORE