Category Archives: Exercises

Control

Can you stop hearing ? If hearing happens to someone, if it is yours, then why can’t it be controlled ? Can you stop sensations ? If someone is sensing, if sensing belonged to someone, wouldn’t they be able to … Continue reading

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“To Who Does This Thought Come ? “

The “I” thought : king of the weeds in a whole weedy thought patch. For a while, the absence of  “I” thoughts felt so freeing, it  almost intoxicated. Later, the rest of the weeds remind of their existence through the … Continue reading

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Sensory Immersion

Awakening is refocusing attention away from identification with thoughts, and toward the sensory world. Michel Tardieu, a guide at the Liberation Unleashed forum, wrote these exercises to help bring and keep attention, and then awareness of attention, in the sensory … Continue reading

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Awakening Exercises

[ Instructions for awakening ? Can it really be this simple ? Guest post by Adrian De Cleir. ] These instructions involve 4 different things …the last instruction is … the most important one… I can’t stress that enough. And … Continue reading

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Prekinesis

Prekinesis (Ancient Greek: “before movement”). Thought does not move the body. The thought “I” does not move the body. What moves the body ? The previous post KINETICS left off with an invitation to examine movement. Exercises such as these … Continue reading

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Kinetics

Kinetics (Ancient Greek: κίνησις “kinesis”, movement or to move) may refer to: (in physics ), the study of motion and its causes [Wikipedia ] Movement: what is actually going on ? The presumption is that I am moving, say, the right … Continue reading

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