Foggy Dharma, a muse

Driving up to the Tibetan Meditation Center on Memorial Day.  Fortunately very little traffic, easy drive.  Except for the fact that I worked late last night and now the mischievous little gremlin known as drowsiness is setting in, as I drive.  Like trying to keep the squirrels away from my bird feeder, I pinch myself, slap my face a little.  Nothing is working – it just comes back in 5 minutes.  Finally I stop for a soda.  It doesn’t do much, but it is enough.

As I approach Gambrill State Park, where the Dharma center is located, I am driving up.  Up above Frederick, into the woods.  Black and blue cohosh shrubs and the edible garlic mustard greet me, watching as the world drives by.  It is a mist green tunnel this morning.

My heart is feeling better the closer I get, opening, taking a deep sigh, melting.

Then I see the Dharma sign and hanging across the driveway is a massive Tibetan Buddhism symbol laden banner – no words.

I have arrived.  But my mind is still on its journey and my body feels like it is still asleep.

I am so happy to have arrived.  Khenchen is nearby, about to come over to give his teachings.  Old friends and new are here.  It feels like coming home.  I have missed you TMC.  Life has kept me too busy.

I am looking forward to hearing the spontaneous wisdom dispensed this morning.

Thanks for reading!


Published by Kirby Moore

Kirby Moore is a healing facilitator based in the beautiful rolling hills of Charlottesville, Virginia. He does sessions in-person and long distance via Skype and Zoom, working with Spiritual Astrology, Somatic Experiencing, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and Birth Process Work. His healing work is informed by fifteen years of meditation and Qigong practice. He works with client's intentions and deepest longings to attain clear, tangible results. Contact him for more info at (email): kirby [at] mkirbymoore [dot] com

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