Welcome to Moving Towards Peace, or MTP for short.
MTP is a blog published by me, C.E. Lowman, that is intended to be a source of inspiration and support for individuals pursuing spirituality, self-help, yoga, meditation, healing, and the like. In other words, it's for people who are "working on themselves" or "walking the path," trying to lessen the struggle in their lives and discover greater purpose, flow, and abiding fulfillment.
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The image to consider is a thousand-petaled lotus. One central source, numerous emanations.
Topics covered here are fairly "random" and tend to jump around. However, they all revolve around certain interrelated themes that include:
- Harmony within and without
- Subconscious patterns and habits
- Presence, Being vs. Doing
- Ego destruction (yoga)
I do my best to have something new for you every Wednesday and Sunday. At the same time, depending on my travel schedule and/or general mood, I may miss that mark. If you feel too much time has passed, kindly nudge me. :)
How to Get Started
As opposed to directing you to a specific list of older posts, I recommend getting started where you are, i.e., start following along with the newest ones that come in.
I also strongly suggest purchasing any of the archive series e-books that speak to you. These are stand alone e-books compiled from older content, no longer available on the site.
This is a free blog that doesn't contain advertising (except for one article about sage). If you derive benefit by reading here, I welcome tips of any size, which will be used to support my work with LivingSmile, which ultimately will help others.