Tag: awareness

First look for love, then for someone to love

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You are looking for someone in order to find love.

But it is vice versa - you need first to look for love then you will find someone to love.



The path is spiral, not cyclic

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Sometimes it seems to you that you are moving in circles in your spiritual path: I have already read this book, already done this meditation, already sat in satsang with this teacher, already underwen



I'm the two soul mates, not just one of them

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I live in two interpolated realities simultaneously.

Two parallel "I"s.

In completely different places and bodies.

One is not supposed to know of the other.

But there are leaks.



Ups and downs on the spiritual path - reasons for the downs

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We all are familiar with the difficult fact that our spiritual journey is full of ups and downs, great achievements and then terrible setbacks, extreme quietness and tranquility and then distress and



A fresh restart to a brave new world

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First you need to observe - which means not to suppress - to be able to bring the mental residues of the pain to the surface.

And we know that still this is not enough...



Spiritual Ego and the Bliss Bubble

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Anyone can comment on this phenomena?



4 errors we tend to commit when we try to move from the mind to the heart

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(1) We try to move our attention to the heart as an object while the observing center remains in the mind.



Enhancing the connection to God

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I am looking for methods from various traditions for enhancing the connection with the beyond.



Regard the mind as a mischievous child rather than as a mean intruder

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Regard the mind as mischievous rather than as mean.

The same way you regard your child.

His lies, his tricks, his way to survive.



The difference between "being present" and "being"

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It is important to make the difference between "being present" and "being".

Though they are not the same, many happen to confuse one with the other.