Brent Kessel

A Last Minute Person

Posted on May 8th, by Albert in Accept, Clarity, Ideal Self, Mental Exercise, Visualizing. No Comments

To cultivate awareness of your essence, author Ken McLeod suggests the following exercise in “White Paper III”:

Imagine that you are going to die in one minute. The last thing you are going to experience is reading this, sitting in this room, wearing the clothes you are wearing, thinking and feeling what you are thinking and feeling right now. This is it. This is the end of your life. You have no time to do anything about it. You have no time to write a note or make a phone call. Your life is over. You will die in one minute. All you can do is experience what is, right now.

In doing this exercise, you stop fighting, stop wanting, stop achieving. You stop hoping for a better life. Getting anywhere becomes meaningless. What remains is that state of awareness within you … Read More »


Posted on December 31st, by Albert in Happiness, Wanting. No Comments

We are prewired to have a “Wanting Mind” that is always craving an experience different from the one we currently have. Whether its more money, love, a discount on that item we can’t live without, or world peace, our “wanting mind” insists that things need to change in order for us to be happy, that what we have right here right now can’t possibly be enough. Unless we can inquire into the subtle and hidden workings of this mind and determine whether its promises of happiness are actually true, we will remain its slave and likely spend a lifetime chasing its images of freedom. – “It’s not about the money” by Brent Kessel