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advancing meditation: the a, b, c of perceptions

Perceptions are necessary as long as we think that we are living in this world with such and such gender, food preferences, hopes, fears, and self-identity. We share this conditioning with trillions of other beings on Earth. Meditation – on … Continue reading

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Uniqueness and individuality

This is a pondering on uniqueness in contradistinction to individuality. Is uniqueness a more accurate consideration when in reference to a person, place, or thing? Because no thing or person is an island unto itself and everything seen and unseen … Continue reading

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Correct perception 2

What is correct perception? Correct means that which is done without error. To perceive is to cognize and have something become known through internal sense apparatus. Correct perception, then, is correct knowing accomplished through accurately using the internal senses. The … Continue reading

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A Journey Within: 11

I take refuge in Buddhadharma, deeply so. I take refuge in all the teachings of light and illumination from all sources. I rejoice in reading a blog post by Monika at Symbol Reader or Rory at Beyond the Dream. Monika‚Äôs … Continue reading

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Physics and Consciousness 9: Dimensions and fractal wholeness

Everything is ONE; and everything (which means everyone) is one within a greater One. That greater One is within a greater ONE, and so forth. The probiotic bacteria in your colon is one level of identity. It is within your … Continue reading

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