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Too Simple To Believe

Awakening seems mysterious, inscrutable even. Why ? Not because it’s too complicated. Just the opposite; it’s too simple. The mind can’t stand simple. Give it a complication, and it will play with it for hours. If it were complicated, you … Continue reading

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Jettison

The story-making me spins itself a yarn about waking up. It might go something like this: “I’m close. Real close. I can feel it. It’s got to be just one more thing I need to know, one more thing to … Continue reading

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Comfort Zone

The approach to awakening from this angle, and (apparently) from many others, was fraught with peril. Not physical peril. Mental peril. What if I’m wrong ? What if this awakening stuff is a bunch of malarkey ? What if I’m … Continue reading

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Flat Earth Society

A rendered picture of the Flat Earth model. The white around the outside of the globe is an “Ice Wall”, preventing people from falling off the surface of the earth. * * * * * * * * * * … Continue reading

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