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Meditation: Sit

Imagine if every person in the world sat for a few minutes. Not necessarily for meditation, but just to sit and do nothing else. For those moments no negative or harmful action would be done, unless the moment was one … Continue reading

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Meditation: Awareness-Being – and apology

The meditation on Saturday (this one) was as simple as they come. But, that’s the point, isn’t it. Whether from Patanjali or Buddha Shakyamuni or all the lineages that derive from them, the instructions in all levels of meditation are … Continue reading

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Food Revolution Film: free through Oct. 15

The Need to Grow is an important, inspiring, and riveting documentary on human agriculture, the destructive and poisonous practices and the backyard organic practices. This award-winning film is free for streaming only through October 15. Here is the link to … Continue reading

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Meditation: discoveries 2

Imagine yourself being the first caucasian person to go up the Amazon, or cross the Mississippi, or enter the bush of Africa, or set foot on Borneo. You would “discover” what was there. It would be new to you but … Continue reading

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Clear Seeing in a World Gone Mad

from: via Clear Seeing in a World Gone Mad Helpful reminder in the current world climate that is externally driven. There is no way out but IN. Practicing the Universal Equality of Awareness               … Continue reading

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