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transpersonal

transpersonal by dominic724   meeting apparent others across far scattered time zones views and traditions locations of mind bearing witness to pain of experience subtle confusion distinct imbalances of vision, emotion, and body each in turn standing naked speaking bare-hearted … Continue reading

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whatever has an explanation

whatever has an explanation by David Kennedy   whatever has an explanation is not love   words don’t apply in the love reality   breaking grammatical rules to flip the mind out of ordinary logic   shared consciousness breaks down … Continue reading

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Solstice Fire

PUFF THE MAGIC DRAGON ! my brother belted out   his four-year old son’s favorite song with great gusto  enthusiasm for PUFF ranged around the fire crackling from Immanuel’s fire pit keeping time on the djembe moon not yet risen … Continue reading

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Hafiz !

Hafiz ! Can it really be as simple as that ? Just love everyone in every direction always. When do you ever get a break from God ? 8 8 88 888   88888     88888888        8888888888888 … Continue reading

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Emotional Truth By Ed Muzika

[ Teacher week on SIAOF continues with a guest post from Ed Muzika. Enjoy !] Emotional Truth By Ed Muzika Thirty years ago I was engaged in dialogue with the leading transpersonal researchers of that time, Ken Wilber and Dan … Continue reading

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Dirty Love by Jeff Foster

[ Teacher week on SIAOF continues. Enjoy !] Dirty Love by Jeff Foster Waking up doesn’t mean simply believing that you are ‘no-one’ and ‘nothing’ and detaching yourself from the relative realities of life – hunger, pain, bliss, loss – … Continue reading

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Talking to a Dying Friend by Jeff Foster

[ Teacher week on SIAOF continues. Enjoy !] Talking to a dying friend by Jeff Foster I was talking to a dying friend. He was having trouble breathing and was in a lot of pain. He was telling me how, … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day for the Black Sheep

March of 2003; my mother was in a very advanced stage of her final bout with cancer. Had been visiting for a few days at her place. It was 10:30 at night, and we had just finished watching a TV … Continue reading

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Where the Rubber Hits the Road

Am a hopeless nondualist. No “real” self image. No self found separate from experience. No objects at all separate from consciousness. It just makes sense. That, and nondual views accord with the entirety of experience thus far. So… If everything … Continue reading

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Silent Retreat III : Why Retreat into Silence ?

In a word, love. Love of silence, of mere being, of thusness – the completeness of things as they are. Anything else ? Freedom from doing, from the sense of doer-ship. Yes, freedom from the role of the doer, freedom from … Continue reading

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