Capture The Wind

By | Blog, Bold Living, Spirituality, Vibrational Awareness | 2 Comments

I capture the wind with my nose and mouth. I begin to let it play within me, giving me a greater experience of life than just what exists within my body. I stand and engulf the universe, inhaling the galaxies, the stars and existential life, the ethers. It is the truest definition of breath, not something manufactured from class techniques or spiritual instruction. It is the breath of eternity itself and for the first time, I understand what it means to be whole. I wonder where this intoxication of clarity can lead me?  How can one go about the business…

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Spiritual Principle Practice is Unending

By | Labels, Raymond Holliwell, Spiritual Law, Spiritual Sight, Spirituality | 2 Comments

The opportunity to engage in conscious practical application of spiritual principles is unending. At times, this state of relating with others seems like a constant tennis match. Back and forth our communication goes. Sometimes it lands out of bounds. Sometimes it is entirely missed. Sometimes it seems like the referee makes the wrong call and everything is misjudged and interpreted incorrectly. Depending on our willingness or resistance to practice the conscious principles we aspire to live from, we may look at communication challenges as gifts to help us improve or we may default each time to a reactive state of…

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If You’ve Never Failed You’ve Never Tried Anything New

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This was the title of a slideshow featuring dozens of famous people, living and deceased, who moved beyond their seeming insurmountable mishaps and setbacks towards the achievement of odds-defying accomplishments and groundbreaking achievements. Albert Einstein said it this way, “Anyone who has never made a mistake, has never tried anything new.” We are not born with a tentative stride. In our infancy, we were fearless as we ceaselessly pulled ourselves to stand. We scrambled across the floor with innate curiosity and began running with reckless abandon. Acquired wisdom taught us to pay heed to the reckless part but it did…

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What Will Make You Happy?

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Feels like such a loaded question at times. We often feel the need to interpret it literally and respond with a list of things that need altering in our lives in order for happiness to be experienced. I’ll be happy when I’m out of debt, when my last child is out of the house and I can return to a career, when I make tenure, when I get a new car, when this cancer is gone….. Even though these aspirations may make us feel assuredly better, we eventually realize that things aren’t enough to keep happiness as a mainstay. And…

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Beloved Friends

By | Blog, Eulogy, Friendship, Spirituality | No Comments

And to you my beloved friends – Yes, each of you are beloved and each of you exist as a singular link in what is a unified collective chain of immeasurable oneness. Perhaps you may take exception to the word beloved, perhaps even the word friend depending on our earthly relationship, but from where I now see with the eyes of the cosmos, feel with the heart of the Universe and comprehend with the Intelligence of all that is Creation – the genuine earnestness within my welcoming is filled with pure intent. For we all are beloved friends whether we…

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Lasting Equality

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I’m sure you’ve heard the statement, “We are not born hating one another.”  We learn to hate and cultivate our prejudices based on domestication within the familial and cultural structures we were born into. Like sponges, we absorb the opinions and teachings of our parents, guardians, our country and religion of origin.  We are domesticated to believe that something different than what we are initially born into is wrong and is to be feared, even fought against. We are taught, “one must compete for what one wants because there is not enough to go around.” This belief is then nurtured…

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The Wall Street Journal Covers Baton Bob’s Wedding

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I had the pleasure of officiating the wedding of Baton Bob and Gary Bender the day after the historical supreme court ruling on marriage equality.  Thank you for the coverage, Wall Street Journal. Officiating at Atlanta icon and costumed Ambassador of Mirth Baton Bobs wedding ceremony. #batonbob #batonbobwedding #piedmontpark #atlanta #lovewins #marriageequality #parktavern #gaymarriage #equality A photo posted by David Ault (@revdavidault) on Jun 27, 2015 at 8:28pm PDT

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Keep Planting Seeds

By | Faith, Happiness, Success | No Comments

With monumental events happening in our world every day, I cannot help but reflect on our forebears who carried the same desire and intent within their hearts that we carry. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness is nothing new, but a longing as ancient as consciousness. And many, named and unnamed have walked the trails, tilled the soil, and excavated the physical and metaphorical rubble away from our landscape in order that those things might find breath. There is a profound Zen proverb that says the seed never sees the flower.   Far too many times we see how…

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Determined Imagination

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The great metaphysical writer and teacher Neville Goddard shared, “Determined imagination, thinking from the end, is the beginning of all miracles.” ‘Thinking from the end’  is spending voluminous time in the mental contemplation of demonstration. It is the practice of repetitively invoking the feeling nature of what it would be like to have a particular desire already in form. We do this everyday.  Often our repetitive mental imagery is on the undesirable. When this occurs, we are operating as a product of race thought accompanied by mass, unconscious habits. Determined imagination, as described by Neville, is the conscious use of our…

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