Tag Archives: Secular spirituality

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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Trust

Almost five years after that very strange day, when this character disappeared an echo from that disappearance finally fell away not from proof from trust the echo was the fear that this nobody-ness was some kind of epiphenomena left over … Continue reading

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The Imposter

Who am I ? I am in charge of my life. I follow my destiny. I am someone who knows what he wants. I don’t know what I want. I want more. I never meant to get injured. I never … Continue reading

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After the Gate …

There is a Zen term for losing the “I”. It’s called ” Stepping through the ‘Gateless Gate’ “. Two days after the Gate, I messaged Elena Nezhinsky in gratitude on Facebook about it. Elena posted it on her Complete Humanity … Continue reading

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An Unlikely Catalyst

I like to read blogs. One day, came across the blog “Complete Humanity”. The author, Elena Nezhinsky, used a technique she describes as  “direct pointing”, pointing to help people see through the illusion of the self. Utterly fascinated, I became … Continue reading

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