Tag Archives: mental-health

Forgiveness Practice

This life has passed physically easy and emotionally full of misery. This may be from the nature of emotions which are suffering itself. I can thank my Mediterranean ancestors for their overflowing passions. Still, what’s here is here. How much … Continue reading

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Four Points of Dzogchen

“The essence of meditation practice in Dzogchen is encapsulated by these four points: ▪ When one past thought has ceased and a future thought has not yet risen, in that gap, in between, isn’t there a consciousness of the present … Continue reading

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Forgive Everyone, Everything, Forever

[ Cross-posted from Vanishing Narrative. Enjoy ! ] http://wp.me/p1O6AP-Ge

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Shadow Work by Scott Kiloby

[ Guest Post by Scott Kiloby. This seemed a good time to post something about shadows. Right before Thanksgiving in the US and the coming start of the Christmas season, many people have heightened tension in their lives. It often … Continue reading

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Cage Fight

An exorcism happened here. Depression once lived in this mind, many years ago. Depression showed up in two ways. 1. A pale dullness; the grey emotional backdrop I had grown up with. 2. The deep blue melancholia which began showing … Continue reading

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Ho’oponopono

[ Ho’oponopono is a technique I use every day. Adam J. Pearson just posted about Ho’oponopono practice and its effects on his excellent blog Words From The Wind . Ho’oponopono has a lot to do with the sanity of forgiveness, … Continue reading

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Mantra

Ramana Maharshi’s meeting with a master of Sanskrit and non-dual philosophy (Vedanta) named Ganapati Muni, speaks to the effectiveness of chanting as an avenue for awakening. At the time, Ramana had been living in silence for 11 years in a … Continue reading

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