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The One Process

The One Process Worksop     This extraordinary One Process Workshop helped deepen current experience here, clarifying some questions about post-awakening life through powerful direct inquiry and focused contemplation. Ken Kelly and Brigitte Hansoul lead the practices through a highly … Continue reading

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can you, do you, live this savage wisdom? by miriam louisa

can you, do you, live this savage wisdom? by miriam louisa impossible! see this ultimate knowingness isn’t a teaching, a path, a doctrine one can ‘live’ or embody (although the earnest peddlers of nonduality apps would love you to buy the … Continue reading

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Seven Stages of Enlightenment

[Does the process of awakening have stages? Can the process, as any process, be described in steps according to characteristics of experience ? Some say yes. Presented here is one well considered view along those lines. Guest Post from Thusness/PasserBy, … Continue reading

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Richard’s Awakening

[ Richard’s awakening account comes from the Actual Freedom website. It has struck an intense and thought provoking chord here. Enjoy ! ] A Brief Personal History My questioning of life, the universe and what it is to be a … Continue reading

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The Open Question

On a weekend retreat some years ago, was introduced to the technique of inquiry. The instruction was to look into our nature by using the question ” What am I ? ” We were also given the “answer” to the … Continue reading

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The Value of Stream Entry

[ Excerpt from the Pali Canon. The Buddha points out the value of Stream Entry. Enjoy ! ] Then the Blessed One, picking up a little bit of dust with the tip of his fingernail, said to the monks, “What … Continue reading

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Adyashanti Sampler

[ In August 2010, saw Adyashanti live Friday-Saturday-Sunday at Arvada Methodist Church,  Arvada, CO. (North of Denver on the Eastern Slope of the Rocky Mts. ) These quotes were transcribed on the backs of donation envelopes with a three inch … Continue reading

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The Tallest Tale

The Tallest Tale The Tale of “Me”: an amazing tale, all the more so for it’s deceptive plausibility. The wild story falls apart when closely examined, with determined courage to  look no matter what, and an incendiary honesty for burning away … Continue reading

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Stumbling into Grace

Sitting. Meditating. Trying to stay ” In the Now ” Drifting away. Lost in thoughts. “In the Now”. Back, present again. Thoughts chasing thoughts. Sigh. Patience. Practice lightly – those are the instructions. Patience, and practice lightly. Posture. Breathing. Posture. … Continue reading

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A New Way of Teaching by Ed Muzika

[ Teacher week continues with a guest post from Ed Muzika. Enjoy ! ] Ed Muzika May 14 at 11:01am near Los Angeles, CA · A NEW WAY OF TEACHING Again, I have been quiet for a while. Now that … Continue reading

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