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  • From GOF 06-24-2022 – on finite mind & ego

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    2022/06/24 at 9:28 am
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    2022/06/24 at 9:27 am
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    From Larry on finite mind & ego

    Garden of Friends, what a great name!
    I’m not a ‘bot’…:-) and i liked your comments and questions.
    My frustration must be showing:-)
    Once, a long time ago i read a small book by J. Krishnamurti (forget the name of it), always remember this statement: ‘you don’t have a problem, you are the problem’…
    I also like other ‘dimensions’, so i’ll check out you website soon, thanks for your response, it was a surprise…:-))

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    2022/06/24 at 8:25 am
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    From Larry on finite mind & ego

    The Ego is a pain in my mind, Rupert likes cookies, Alan is amazing.
    If i love ‘my’ ego to death will it go away?

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    2022/06/24 at 6:29 am
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      From H Hubbs on finite mind & ego

      Someone said:
      “Suffering is the belief that something should be different.”

      Ego is not the problem; identifying with it can relax.
      Mooji asks: how to heal a ghost from anorexia?

      Sorry for the blah blah, I appreciate your comment.

      “I don’t know” is an openness, a space to relax attention back into its source.

      Inquiry is amazing – simple looking: like Magdi says… “what do I assume myself to be”?

      Throwing quotations/concepts at each other is often foolish.

      Thinking allowed, thinking aloud:
      Am I Consciousness or a person?
      What is identity?
      What do I really want?

      Larry, assuming you are not an ai spam bot, join us at the … being together live can add another dimension (all words as concessions).

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      2022/06/24 at 6:55 am
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    From Bill Smith on Bill's Gift...

    Celebrate your life here on the planet, in the body. It’s beautiful. And celebrate your talents.
    Thanks for being my friend as well, Holger!
    Peace and love,

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    2022/06/12 at 5:39 am
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    From Robin on "Who am I?" - Samaneri Jayasara

    Hi. I am trying to find all of the lovely recordings of my favourite teacher, Wei Wu Wei, which I did have on you tube. They seem to be vanishing, ironically. I’ve looked on your Spotify but he isn’t there. There are now only 3 on you tube and there were 5 or 6. I’m happy to pay you for them. Any advice please Robin.

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    2022/06/08 at 5:15 am
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    From Allen on SILENCE by Thich Nhat Hanh

    Thank you Holger – for this.

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    2022/06/07 at 11:32 am
  • From Illusion, SEEM so Real? – on Thank you Fernando!

    […] Thank you Fernando, for sharing this video (-; […]

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    2022/06/05 at 8:11 pm
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    From Magdi on draft: What is nonduality

    Advaita is the philosophy of happiness.

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    2022/05/31 at 9:06 am
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      From H Hubbs on draft: What is nonduality

      Yes, thank you (-;

      The introduction of our true nature,
      not mental chewing gum.

      not even “Advaita”?

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      2022/05/31 at 12:18 pm
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    From David Spector on Stop Practicing Mindfulness!

    I’m not familiar with mindfulness, but neither concentration nor contemplation nor being open is quite the ticket to achieving what the masters point to. Transcending our conditioning is a very subtle technique, since our habit patterns are so trusted and seemingly unchangeable. The breakthrough is when we see pure awareness a bit clearer than usual. Then it becomes possible to let the awareness take over and pull our self inward, toward increasing peace and happiness. Once well begun, it is half done. After that much is learned, we simply repeat and watch as life improves. The keywords are ‘natural’ and ‘effortless’.

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    2022/05/31 at 5:20 am
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