As you become more conscious in a relationship, you can no longer milk it for its romanticism, because it is more interesting than that. It really is, but people keep wanting to romanticize their lives all the time. It’s part of the culture. However, the awakening process starts to show you the emptiness of that... Read more »
Sri Aurobindo (August 15, 1872 – December 5, 1950) was a major Indian nationalist, Hindu philosopher, yogi, and poet. He joined the Indian movement for independence from British rule, and was one of its influential leaders before turning to develop his own vision and philosophy of human progress and spiritual evolution. Aurobindo studied for the... Read more »
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 aspiration of humanity. When we do this, it’s as if we find our rightful place in the order of things. We begin to recognize... Read more »
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 out of the interaction of these two partners. It is the shared awareness that lies behind the two of them. They... Read more »
We go out and we are concerned and feel for other people’s suffering. We want to do something about it but compassion involves a certain kind of paradox. When you respond from your human heart’s point of view to another person suffering, and your heart is open, you experience incredible pain. So then most people... Read more »
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