“One can live each moment with such intensity, with such adventure, that each moment becomes a great gift because it brings so much joy, so much ecstasy. But one has to be ready to go on dropping the past. One should not allow the past to be accumulated. That becomes a prison wall around you. Each moment die to the past and remain fresh, and your life will be a great adventure. And it is only for the adventurous people to know what truth is. The non-adventurous live in comfortable lies.

Skill has something in it, and that is security. It misses something, and that is adventure. So all secure lives will be non-adventurous and all adventurous lives will be insecure…

Ordinarily, we would like to have all the joy with all the security — and that doesn’t happen. That’s not the way of life, and nothing can be done about it. That’s what we want: we want the impossible. We want security, safety, control, and we want joy, celebration, and great adventure. Both things cannot happen together, you cannot have both. They don’t come in the same package.

Life is an adventure. Invite constant adventure, and whenever a call comes from the unknown, listen to it. Risk all and go into the unknown, because this is the only way to live at the maximum.” ~Osho

Miscellaneous Stories of the Weird and Unusual

“I’m not some Toltec or Native American shaman, or super psychic crime solver or someone 
who is able to harness psychic and healing abilities at will in order to counsel others, like some people I’ve known in life. BUT, I’ve had my random fluke moments of strange and unusual events that have taught me some things, and have demonstrated that there’s more going on in this reality than “stuff” would have us believe… .

I just hope that whatever I’ve presented is food for thought, something to expand people’s 
view of reality…” ~Carissa Conti (page 144)

The Book of Secrets : Unlocking the Hidden Dimensions of Your Life

“The greatest hunger in life is not for food, money, success, status, security, sex, or even love from the opposite sex. Time and again people have achieved all these things and wound up still feeling dissatisfied — indeed, often more dissatisfied than when they began.

The deepest hunger in life is a secret that is revealed only when a person is willing to unlock a hidden part of the self. In the ancient traditions of wisdom, this quest has been likened to diving for the most precious pearl in existence, a poetic way of saying that you have to swim far out beyond shallow waters, plunge deep into yourself, and search patiently until the pearl beyond price is found. The pearl is also called essence, the breath of god, the water of life — labels for what we, in our more prosaic scientific age, would simply call TRANSFORMATION.” ~Deepak Chopra