Category Archives: Life’s Insights

Meditation: held within the open heart

One feature of beings of planet Earth is that all are sensitive, thus responsive. Think about it. A chemical bond is a type of sensitive response between two atoms including the response of the protons and neutrons within both atoms. … Continue reading

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Impermanence

Impermanence equals change. Because all things, people, societies, cultures, animals, systems, emotions, thoughts, beliefs (and anything else that can be named) are impermanent, transition, transformation, learning, newness, inventions and discoveries can happen. Because of impermanence death, birth, aging, seasonal changes, … Continue reading

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Meditation: presence-being

Buddha and buddha-field are a union. What does that mean? It means presence and the field of presence are a unified whole; they are inseparable. The field of expression is not factually the creation of a Being (yourself, myself, or … Continue reading

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Meditation: time

This meditation continues in the vein of insight-oriented contemplation. The consideration -spontaneously so- is time. What is time? “Time is a modification of the mind,” says Patanjali. The Tao te Ching suggests that time is a mistaken correlation of self … Continue reading

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“That’s why hindsight’s 2020.”

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