Category Archives: Life’s Insights

Non-deceptive 1

I study, practice, contemplate, and enjoy the BuddhaDharma because it is non-deceptive. An example of this is that the Buddha Dharma will encourage analysis of a situation and of the self experiencing a situation rather than wishing for a being … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Spirit Fire

Life is a continuum of change. 2021 included the sale of the property of Spirit Fire Meditative Retreat center that I founded in 2003. Spirit Fire Meditative Retreat Center was the creation of an inspired download that occurred in 2000. … Continue reading

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July 10 is the next Day of Meditation for the World

Let’s meditate with “awakening” since that’s what’s happening (or trying to!). The link to enter and the schedule are the same each month. Schedule: 8 am MT: Set the focus, meditate. 9 am MT: A visual presentation on equanimity 10 am MT: … Continue reading

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Meditation: taste and awareness 2

Perceiving things more correctly is the result of a well-serving meditation practice. Relaxation or a peak experience are benefits, and they might initially entice someone to develop a practice, but these fleeting results are not the purpose of meditation. Those … Continue reading

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Meditation: taste and awareness 1

The sense of taste includes far more than the flavors crossing our tongue. To set the tone of discovery for this week via the sense of taste, this meditation session guides us through contemplations on things most often not thought … Continue reading

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