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As I have mentioned in my last post, I just recently came across The Work by Byron Katie. It was mentioned at one of the blogs I subscribe to In2Deep. I am in no position to comment on it as it is just too amazing, and I would need much time if I were to go into details. I also… Continue Reading
To be present here is to be rooted in yourself, in being. It’s to feel that subtle sense of aliveness. There’sabsolutely nothing to work out in your mind; it’s too simple. – Eckhart Tolle
These are couple of tips I found very useful while browsing Robert Aitken’s blog . There are many brilliant posts and I think his blog is a great place to visit for anyone on a Spiritual Journey. I like the two below as great meditation tips, where in first Aitken suggests before proceeding with your meditation,, to… Continue Reading
This is an absolutely brilliant post by a wonderful writer. I highly recommend subscribing to the http://in2deep.wordpress.com blog and following it closely, it has an abundance of precious information. Untethering Perception Davidya | March 2, 2010 at 1:03 pm | Categories: Conciousness, Ego, Intention, Mind, Perspective, Principles, Waking | URL: http://wp.me/p6t9h-LE In a discussion over on Shared Vision, some… Continue Reading
Ego, mind, ego, mind, egoic mind….. what has created my last post? until I become fully enlightened, aware, should I think that some forms of ego are Okay for the time-being … ? I wonder if anyone has any thoughts on that.
A question/comment to my post Stephen Mitchell on forgiveness, letting go and karma from a reader Persiandevi prompted me to create this post. Here is the comment Persiandevi posted: What about people with too much toxicity? people who are shallow? I try to just stay away but then isn’t that judging them? But I am not at the… Continue Reading
5 Step Prayer, or so is a great article by a wonderful blogger “In 2 Deep” This article is a perfect summary of what a meditation or a prayer should be. Davidya walks you through the process, explains each step and provides references. I find that if you are a beginner, it is helpful to get comfortable with the Silence – step number one,… Continue Reading