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#2269 - September 23, 2005 - Editor: Gloria
Tell me what you
pay attention to and I will tell you who you are.
-- Jose Ortega y Gasset
How can I accept or reject anything? Is there anything apart or distinct from Brahman? Now, finally and clearly, I know that I am the Atman, whose nature is eternal joy. I see nothing. I hear nothing. I know nothing that is separate from me.
from "The Wisdom of the Hindu Gurus," edited by Timothy Freke
There's courage involved if you want
to become truth. There is a broken-
place in a lover. Where are
those qualities of bravery and sharp
compassion in this group? What's the
use of old and frozen thought? I want
a howling hurt. This is not a treasury
where gold is stored; this is for copper.
We alchemists look for talent that
can heat up and change. Lukewarm
won't do. Halfhearted holding back,
well-enough getting by? Not here.
posted to nondualnow by Aly
The curious paradox is that
when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.
-- Carl Rogers
Here's your Daily Poem from the Poetry Chaikhana --
By Ivan M. Granger
Thought for the Day:
Every person: God.
|Here's your Daily Music selection --
A poem by someone named Ivan today. I hope you enjoy.
Let's all lean our way into God...
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My book documents 170 interviews with contemporary writers and teachers--13,000 surveys. And based upon those interviews, we believe there are three to four million people worldwide who have woken up to who they are beyond the mind. They realize that who they are is limitless consciousness beyond birth and death, absolutely free. Who they are is love itself.
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