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No snowflake ever falls
in the wrong place.
- Zen Proverb
In Spirit senses are
One and the same. 'T is true,
Who seeth God he tastes,
Feels, smells and hears Him too.
by Gill Eardly on Allspirit Inspiration
posted on AlphaWorld
Sharing What You Are
All of us are sharing what we are, whether we choose to or not. It is not in words that we share but in vibrations, in energy. I have lived next door to a wonderful friend for well over twenty years. We never talk about anything serious, never. Even when Bob was in the hospital twice this summer, we did not have to go there to communicate. It is not our way. She would bring food and a small amount of chat. Her husband would bring me home from the hospital after visiting Bob and on the drive he would give me what he was. I knew that they cared deeply.
One day he sat at our kitchen table and prayed with my son and I. The couple from Guatemala who clean our house every two weeks prayed and cried with my son and I. He would say strongly and with great conviction, "God has the power. God has the power."
Others could not even stand with us as Bob went from bad to worse , needing more and more blood transfusions. One of my best friends said unapologetically that she "could not go there" with me. I myself was lying on the bed crying and spewing helplessness. I, of all people, know that there is no "doer." Not at all.
There is a spirit of power and grace but we are not always open to it. Our fear blocks it out.
Intellectual advaita is over for me. I wonder why.
WITHOUT FEAR, GO
This way or that way,
To the farther shore
Where the world dissolves
And everything becomes clear.
Beyond this shore
And the farther shore,
Beyond the beyond,
Where there is no beginning,
Without fear, go.
Do your work with mastery.
Give up mischief.
Leave everything behind you.
Do not take offense
And do not give it.
Want nothing from this world
And nothing from the next.
Be free as the bird who
Leaves no tracks in the sky.
Let go of life,
Of home and pleasure and desire.
Let nothing of this world hold you.
Nothing of all creation hold you.
And with great gladness
Know that you are finished.
You have woken from your sleep.
Then in you there will be
You will be free.
Without fear, go.
The Deathless is waiting for you."
From the Dhammapada, translated by Amrita Nadi.
posted by DharmaG on Daily Dharma
I had been on the
path since my teenage years, well over 30 years of seeking in
various forms: Christianity, theosophy, Krishnamurti (I went to
his talks in Ojai in the 1980s), Buddhism, Hinduism, yoga. There
were others also, too numerous to mention here. In my mid 20s I
was introduced to Ramana Maharshi and Nisargadatta Maharaj
(through books on their lives and teachings).
Something about those teachers seemed solid and unshakable and I found myself returning to their teachings over the years, even though I cant say I fully (or even partially) understood or experienced what they were talking about.
The article is continued here:
The main page of his website is here:
And to conclude, Sailor Bob Adamsons site is here:
by Ben Hassine on Awakened Awareness
A garden gnome stolen from a Swedish couple has been 'sending' regular messages home since vanishing in the middle of August. The gnome has apparently been on a tour around Europe, and the Roslins have so far received many postcards and Polaroid photos.
posted by Al Larus
Al Larus poem and photos
Ben Hassine ~ SatsangDiary
Krishnamurti Live - 7 minute movie
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