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My name is Rem Tanauan. I am a writer and teacher of Love. I started Pathfinders’ Commune  for that purpose. I explore Love in many ways and many perspectives, and words are an important tool. I am a word intuitive, which is a gift of seeing words more than their existent meaning. I write interfaith-inspired prayer poetry to express this gift of words. And I move with words through intuitive dancing. I have learned a great deal on spirituality and many religions and spiritual expressions, and now I am relearning and unlearning them. I have found growing communities of people who are also into the same thing I explore. So I find this path of Love and commune with others. Join me in this journey. Contact me, comment on each post and share your  insights. Let’s Commune!


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    1. Hi Shantelle! Nice! Happy to hear you’re interested. Currently I’m offering the basic for free. (I still need to finalize the structure for the advance. I’ll let you know once I’m done). We will work on intuitive mapping and intuitive story of the particular word that keeps on calling your attention (whether in thinking, reading or listening, speaking and writing,) Hope you can email me the story of that particular word at Thanks again,

  1. thanks for your recent like on my Mindfulness Journal Blog. Hope you will find further posts of inspiration or assistance along your own life’s journey. And thanks for bringing me here to your blog. I like the few things I have explored so far and hope to do further reading. Seems like you have alot to share here. You might like to check out my current blog where I am posting more frequently at the present time My Not In India blog:
    with love light and JOY:-)

    1. Hi Jane! I’m happy to learn about you and your lifework. We are meeting each other online to re-affirm our purpose in helping and inspiring others. Thank you so much!

      1. yes-that is so true. We are blessed each time another light soul comes into our life. 🙂
        much love light and JOY

  2. thank you Sir Rem!
    am one of your formerly student here in Parian c/o Ma’am Neneth….i really appreciated all of you have written …especially about love..thank you

    1. Hi Ms. Nita! Yes, I remember po. Kumusta na kayo? It’s great to read your comment here. Feel free to share this blog to your coworkers, friends and loved ones. I’m happy we all share the Love. =D

  3. thanks for your recent likes on My Not In India blog…still enjoying exploring here as well although time seems to be short these days. 🙂
    much love light and JOY

  4. Wow Rem. The video you share shows the power of Love. Thank you. It’s incredibly inspiring. Love your blog as well! Thanks for visiting so that I could find you. 🙂

    1. Hi, Marianne! Do you mean the DVD I’ve mentioned? 🙂 Anyway, thanks so much! I’m also inspired to learn more from your insights through your blog. We are both treading the path to Love! Blessings of Love be with you always! 😀

      1. Sorry Rem. I didn’t realize that the video posted on this page is an advertisement. I thought maybe you posted it. I knew that WordPress is showing advertisements on sites but yours is the first that I’ve seen with them displayed. Blessings with you also, Rem.

      2. Ah, that’s OK. 🙂 WordPress did put the ad. I prefer without any 🙂 Anyway, what is more important is that we’re connected through our blogs. Happy to bump into yours and learn more about Love. Btw, I Love your discussion on Dalai Lama’s. Very succinct and soulful! 😀

  5. Hello Rem Tanauan,

    I hope it is not too late to wish you a wonderful New Year. May 2013 bring you more happiness, love, and success. I hope you continue illuminating the light of love you have for humanity and lead them from ignorance to wisdom. 🙂 Also, I would like to thank you because you continue following my blog. I hope my blog posts do not disappoint and that your visits in there have been a joyful ride. Thank you again, many blessings and much love to you. 🙂

    Subhan Zein

  6. Hi classmate Rem,

    I got here from the Rhetorical Writing class in coursera. I searched for the term “writer’s block” for the week 2 assignment where I found your narrative. I’m glad to see another kababayan in class. 🙂

    I will be using your narrative as part of my reflection. You write well.

    1. Salamat nang marami, Elvin! Good that we stumbled upon each other. Coursera is a vast universe, and it’s wonderful to meet fellow Filipino learners like you. Mabuhay tayong manunulat! =D

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