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Sep 15, 2020

Joyful, Creative and Co-Empowered Relating

Jul 30, 2020

Two Ways of Being in the World

One way to understand this human life is to divide our experiences into two distinct ways of being in the world. The first we can call 'ordinary experience'. The second we can call 'essential experience'.Ordinary experience is a mode where we are managing life according to our instincts, our specific constitution, our desires, our accumulated knowledge about how the world works, and our established habits. This way of being in the world is highly influenced by the learned... more

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Jul 28, 2020

Experience, the Experiencer & the Great Mystery

Who am I?Try this: let an answer to this question arise spontaneously. Then ask: Who is aware of this answer? And repeat, several times. Notice how it affects you. Sense the impact on your sense of presence of repeating the question in this way.This question Who am I? is the Atman Vichar, the method of self-inquiry, or contemplation and sensing of the 'I-amness' of my existence, my being-here, my here-ness. It was recommended by the revered Indian Guru Ramana Maharshi as the most... more

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Jul 16, 2020

Deep Healing & Transformation

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Jul 02, 2020

Speaking and Listening Meditation

Many have heard of listening as a form of meditation, or meditation as a form of listening. Listening meditation can be defined something like this: Listening from the heart and being, with openness and interest, in a relaxed manner, without inner (or outer) commenting, analyzing, diagnosing, fixing or helping.But how many have heard of speaking meditation? What is that?I define speaking meditation as follows: Speaking spontaneously and slowly enough to feel what you are saying as you say... more

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Jun 24, 2020

From Victimhood and Drama to Empowered Living

Jun 11, 2020

What is it to relate from the Heart?

Judgment separates, compassion unites.As we look at ourself or others through any kind of label, conclusion, belief or judgment, we loose sight of who we or the other REALLY is. When looking at the other we think we see her or him, but what we are seeing is to a large extent our own creation. In psychological language, we see our own projected (created) reality, overlaid on what is truly there.And I agree with what all spiritual teachings claim, that there truly IS something fundamentally real... more

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