Sharing Articles are newsletters written by individuals that have studied with Margaret and Maitreya at various times on their journey of life. They freely share their experiences in the chance that those who choose to read these stories may be helped or touched in some way. What is shared is the knowledge gained from their travels and experiences through life and while Maitreya appreciates their contribution to the website, their views, experiences and stories are their own, not Maitreya’s.
Teaching Master of Metaphysics Course in China Last month Alan and I were in China for two weeks to teach a 5-day Master of Metaphysics Beginner Course. This was the first time that we [...]
This is your play and everyone in your life is playing a supporting role in your little drama that we call the life experience. I remember Maitreya stressing that everyone is mirroring for you an aspect of yourself that you don’t want to see.
I know that I have written about this before, but there is obviously a major lesson I have yet to learn, so I’m going to take yet another stab at it. I have the calendar on my computer set up to let me know that I need to get started on next month’s newsletter if I haven’t done so already.
Why do you think that housewives are uneducated? Why other women belittle others? I am ashamed to say that I was one of them too.
Who Am I? Over the years, I have been asked on many occasions, “Can you tell me who I am?" by my clients. Honestly, in the beginning, I did not know how to answer [...]
Visiting Lake Chelan We didn’t get up early on last Saturday as we all decided to sleep in to 8 am. During our breakfast, we were talking about what to do today and Alan [...]
The memory of the Past – nothing but a big onion of illusion Alan and I spent the whole month of April 2019 in China. When 2019 began, a China visit wasn’t in our [...]
We often take what we call "Road Trips", where we jump in the car in the early morning and head off to some unvisited destination returning home under the cover of darkness.
I had some interesting conversations this past month in response to my newsletter series on “Habits” (see Habits—Part I, and Habits—Part II). The point of contention was my statement that changing habits is “not a matter of willpower.”