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The Myth of Enlightenment

by Jinen Jason Shulman There is a pervasive myth about enlightenment which, although repeated by many spiritual teachers, has its origins in a view of spirituality that arises from the misconceptions of the unhealed ego. We…

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Life is not a concept

By Eric Baret In time it becomes evident that life is not a concept. That life cannot be thought. The mind cannot understand. The only thing we can do together is to come to see what…

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Naked Song

Enlightenment absorbs this universe of qualities.When that merging occurs, there is nothingbut God. This is the only doctrine.There is no word for it, no mindto understand it with, no categoriesof transcendence or non-transcendence,no vow of silence,…

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Living from Our Deepest Knowing

Experientially, there is no realization without Being, which is a cessation of becoming. Paradoxically, there is no flowering of that realization without becoming, which is our willingness to be transformed by our realization. Realization is not…

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Standing at the Edge of the Unknown, Dorothy Hunt

How long have you been standing at the edge of the Unknown, wanting to realize or consciously embody what is true, but time and again distracting yourself? You may have had glimpses into your own timeless…

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Living Spontaneously With Wu-Wei

“Reintegration with Nature, which we are, is the recovery of spontaneity.” If you have ever watched an artist at work or an athlete on the field, you may have noticed how effortless their actions seem. As…

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Open Your Senses

By Matt Licata Image by: image: Ilaria Saltarella As embodied, sensitive human beings, it is likely at times that we will be asked to meet with waves of confusion, uncertainty, hopelessness, and disappointment. And in the…

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The End of Suffering – Thich Nhat Hanh

  Buddhism speaks of Nirvana, which is the cessation of all suffering. Nirvana means the cessation, the extinction, of all suffering. But our suffering comes from our wrong perceptions, Avidya, misunderstanding. And that is why the…

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