Tag Archives: Metta

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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Love: Personal and Impersonal

Over the last year and a half, have noticed a shift in experience of what ” love ” is. It used to come at least sometimes with effusive energy in the heart center. Now even if there is some warm … 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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Metta

This past Friday I led a group of meditators in a guided metta meditation. Metta is a Pali word which is often translated as “loving-kindness” although in practice it plays out even more broadly, as goodwill, as respect, as the … Continue reading

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