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suffering

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Suffering seems to be a fact of life. How do we face it? Clearly it is a stranger to none of us. Perhaps we've not experienced the corrosive pain of illness, persecution,... Read more>
experience

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There was a major shift that occurred in the 60's, the shift from what you call absolute reality; thinking that what you saw and what your thinking mind thought it understood was... Read more>
Healing Quotes, Inspirational Quotes

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Healing quotes and inspirational quotes can be helpful ways of coping with a range of life experiences. People can pull from a well of resources available online. There is no... Read more>
divine pleasure of food, Anya El-Wattar

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Ancient Tantra approaches the Divine through awareness, sensuality, and pleasure. Tantra teaches us that all pleasures that we experience are a reflection of a higher Divine... Read more>
Being Present

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If we accept that the ends of our actions often prove unknowable, we're also freer to be focused on the process of our work as it's happening. We can be attentive to situations... Read more>
Curriculum

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Service is an endless series of questions, puzzling and insistent. It not only raises questions, it helps to answer them. Service is a curriculum. In this curriculum, we... Read more>
facing death

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a Part of our agenda as people of any age is to find some way of being with the idea of death. Whether confronting our own passing or grieving the death of someone we love,... Read more>
god, consciousness, ram dass, awareness

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What do you think God is? Well, I’ll tell you what I think God is. I’ve been thinking about it. Ram Kir, the Indian mystic, says “A God defined is a God confined.”... Read more>

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The answer to dying is to be present in the moment. And the way in which you die is by being conscious at the moment of dying and saying, 'Right! Look at this! Far out! Look at... Read more>
Information Addiction

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"The teaching which is written on paper is not the true teaching. Written teaching is a kind of food for your brain. Of course, it is necessary to take some food for your brain,... Read more>
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