Tag Archives: freedom

Zoom In, Zoom Out

While the body feels good, anything goes. But really, once discomfort shows up in any form, it’s time to pay attention to what really matters. The no self business won’t hold up under any real unpleasantness, will it ? Has … Continue reading

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Born Free

At least three people alive today were born without the capacity for autobiographical memory. Their narrative did not vanish; it was never written. Memories of factual information remain intact. Gary Weber posted an amazing piece on his blog HAPPINESS BEYOND … Continue reading

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Of course choice exists! Of course choice happens! Of course we “have” a choice! Don’t we ? The argument about free will  was delineated 2500 years ago in ancient Greece and hasn’t been settled since due to lack of evidence. … Continue reading

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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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The Tapping Continues ….

The known is limited: limited to the past, to concepts, to the described and the describable. Trusting the known passes for common sense. ” Better the devil that you know…” = sage advice. Apparently, even a devil warrants trust, as long … Continue reading

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