dissolving

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I think I didn’t even notice the way it was dissolving, that this kind of solidity of somebody-ness was dissolving. Except that I was reminded of it in the way people kept... Read more>

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“...I’m afraid to make a mistake.” Sri Aurobindo said, “The spiritual journey is one of continually falling on your face, getting up, brushing yourself off, looking... Read more>
harmony

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Profound change is in the eye of the beholder... To see through the veil of what our senses and thinking-minds make real, to the true self, feels often like the highest... Read more>
relationship

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The image I always had when performing a wedding was the image of a triangle. One in which there are the two partners, and a third force. This third force is that which emerges... Read more>

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We’re living in a culture that focuses on the psychological very, very strongly, and in that sense we tend to see psychological problems as things that need to be given primary... Read more>
spirit

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There are many stages of the process of transformation. There is a stage where you feel something in you that is behind your social facade and your social relationships to... Read more>

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The challenge is working to extricate ourselves from the reactivity to suffering around us, not to the denial of it, which we’re trying to do monstrously, all of us, most of the... Read more>

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Awareness is like a flashlight and it flashes on things. So your knee itches, it flashes. You think about the death in Bosnia, it flashes. You’re aware of that light over there,... Read more>