Dear Constellation Friends


As certain as every morning’s sunrise

is our capacity to Love.

When Love knocks on our door,

are we letting it in?

Are we taking enough care of ourselves

to let Love work through us?


Over 2018, let us further explore how SALT enables Love in Action.


Happy 2018!

Chers Amis de la Constellation


Aussi certaine que le lever du soleil chaque matin

est notre capacité d’aimer.

Quand l’Amour frappe à notre porte

le laissons-nous entrer?

Prenons-nous suffisamment soin de nous

pour permettre à l’Amour d'oeuvrer à travers nous?


Explorons en 2018 comment SALT permet de traduire l’Amour en actes.


Bonne Année 2018

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Comment by Margot on January 16, 2018 at 8:42pm

My capacity to love is only possible if I am capable of loving myself. If I don’t love myself, I can’t love others. Sometimes it takes courage to accept love. Receiving love touches our true selves, our deepest being.

Giving true love can only well up from that same place: our deepest being. It can feel vulnerable and scary to look into that place and live from there. Can that be done without compassion, for self and others?

For me, my true self is the only place to be and I have to remind myself about that again and again. I have to remind myself that I’m a human being that is here on earth to spread love and compassion. And every day life happens, and often I get lost again. I assume it is a lifelong learning!

Last year I wrote a text that seems to fit to Jean-Louis poem.

Un-wrap your cocoon

Personal development: unwinding of your cocoon

Shake off constraints and rules of society

Shake off judgements by self and others

Who are you really, deep down?

Rediscover what is your essence

Essence: what is left with no side issues

Look: a pure being


Personal development

Unwind, de-spin

Dare to look, see


Un-wrap your cocoon

Liberate your essence!

There it begins, freed from fear


Now I like to add: There begins our capacity to love!

With love to you all!



Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on January 11, 2018 at 1:34am

Lessons I take from you MariJo- be authentic and non-judgemental...then fears vanish, hatred subsides and love overflows. Loving this conversation. Thanks MariJo. Thanks JL for provoking us:-)

Comment by MariJo on January 11, 2018 at 1:31am

My dear Rituu,

I very much like your image of emptying the vessel to be able to allow it to be filled again.

The question you ask is one that each of us need to answer by him/herself, as each of us deals with different kind of fears occupying our inner space. But if we think that SALT helps us to connect with our common humanity, I suppose that we are able to let go of part of that fear, allowing space for love to come in.

I think that the vision we put in practice when we use SALT in our day to day life allows us to get rid of prejudices and pre-conceptions, allowing us to just be human beings, so allowing us to relax in who we are. And for me that is very important as it helps in letting go of fear of not arriving to be perfect, of having to pretend to be perfect, so allowing us to connect in a more direct way, from the heart.


Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on January 11, 2018 at 12:14am

MariJo, to add to what you are saying. We need to empty the vessel in order to fill it ( here with love). How can we do that?

Comment by MariJo on January 8, 2018 at 5:05pm

Hi JL and all,

I have also been attired by the piece Rituu highlighted: are we letting love in when it knows on our door? I think that love is continuously knocking at our door but most of the time we are trying too hard to listen to fear telling us to forget about the knock. There might be dangerous, ridiculous, useless... whatever our fear voice invents for us to prevent us from opening the door to something that makes us connect with who we are. With who we truly are. That 'me' that we have been taught to think is too fragile to be allowed to come out and say hello to the rest of the world.

Maybe fear is the door we have built to keep love safe. Don't you think that we are taught much more about fearing than loving? Maybe we should just put some light into what our fears are in order to make the door vanish so that love can radiate freely in and out.

Love is in the air!!

Comment by Jean-Louis Lamboray on January 7, 2018 at 11:36pm

Great question Rituu

My purpose was stimulate reflection abput that question.... 

Could you trigger a conversation with your own response?



Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on January 7, 2018 at 6:26pm

JL,I cite from your poem-

When Love knocks on our door,

are we letting it in?

what helps us to let the love in?

Comment by Ram Chandra Lamichhane on January 7, 2018 at 12:10pm



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