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Wittgenstein

Say what you please, as long as it does not prevent you from seeing how things are. (And when you see that, there will be some things that you won’t say.) – Ludwig Wittgenstein Philosophical Investigations 2009 #79 ********************************************* Header … Continue reading

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Bridge to the Unknown by The Wizard ( John Troy)

[ Guest post by John Troy. Enjoy !] Bridge to the Unknown The existing paradox of life as we know it is fraught with confusion, judging, fault-finding and contradiction on the surface of things. Words and knowledge, at best, only … Continue reading

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Artifact

Have found it helpful to believe as little as possible. Belief occupies the vacant places where knowledge is missing and experience cannot reach. Knowledge and experience makes sense in a reality based life, at least to this one. Nonetheless, have … Continue reading

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Truthfulness of the Body

Curious thing about the body: the body tells the truth. Mind fabricates without restriction by the real. The body, free from imaginings, simply responds. The sensory world, directly experienced, arises originally free of interpretation. Examples from here: It is not … Continue reading

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“I find truth in anything anyone ever says about me…” by Jeff Foster

[ Teacher Week on SIAOF concludes with this remarkable post from Jeff Foster.  Thanks for reading !] I find truth in anything anyone ever says about me, so nobody can be my enemy. Call me a fraud, I can find … Continue reading

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why you don’t really want to awaken by miriam louisa

why you don’t really want to awaken Posted originally on February 18, 2012 by miriam louisa 18 Waking up can be much more painful than the agony of your dream, but waking up is real. ~ John de Ruiter John … Continue reading

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Byron Katie on Meditation

[ Mid week guest post by Byron Katie, author of THE WORK. Enjoy !] Byron Katie on Meditation We believe a thought, we assume that the thought is true, and then we act on it. Anger, depression, addictions, sadness, words … Continue reading

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Mara Comes to Tea

[ In Buddhist mythology, Mara represents the minds of illusion, doubt, and death. He is often depicted as a demon.  With just one exception,  Mara’s visits to the Buddha took place some time after the Buddha’s enlightenment. ] Last night, … Continue reading

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View and Meditation of the Great Perfection (Dzogchen)

[ This quote from Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche is not just relevant to Dzogchen practitioners. Enjoy !] View and Meditation of the Great Perfection Homage to the Guru, the teacher. The View and Meditation of Dzogchen can be explained in many, many … Continue reading

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The Gap in Awareness

[Guest post from Nirmala, author of the Endess-Satsang blog. A hallmark of Nirmala’s expression : embrace whatever happens with curiosity and love – it opens experience up to more of what is already here. Enjoy!] The Gap in Awareness Saturday, … Continue reading

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