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Twitter Highlights from a few people I follow:
jhalifax up very early, listening to the wind
Takuin Takuin bought European 100% cotton fiber parchment deed paper. Ready for the next batch of correspondence.
PoetryChaikhana All 13th cent: St Francis, Dante, Moses de Leon, Attar, ibn Arabi, Rumi, Sadi, Emre, Shabistari, Jnanadev, Dogen. Something in the air?
The Twitter Weird Nondual News Pick of the Day:
nonduality Review of Sri Chimnoy cult book in Forbes: http://snipurl.com/fvuhu
nonduality@sabbeloka East West Books cancels reading from Sri Chimnoy cult book: http://snipurl.com/fw108
The Twitter Feel Good Pick of the Day:
aflow Harry Nilsson - put the lime in the coconut ? http://blip.fm/~4aq91
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Exerpts from Atma Nirvriti by Atmananda Krishna Menon
The Origin and the Dissolution of the World
I Knowledge objectified is thought. Then the 'I' remains as the witness of thought.
II Without My being seen as the witness, thought is joined to Me and I am made the thinker by living beings.
III And subsequently, the thinker is made the physical perceiver and then the corresponding thought becomes a gross object.
IV Thus living beings make of Me the world, and ignoring Me, live in bondage.
V The illusion of the world which comes about by these successive superimpositions can be removed only by going back along the same path.
Thoughts and Myself
I How can thoughts which rise and set in Me, be other than Myself?
II When there is a thought, I am seeing Myself; when there is no thought, I am remaining in My own glory.
All Is Consciousness
I Knowledge has nothing to know. The insentient can never know, being insentient.
II Therefore no one knows anything. All beings stand established as pure consciousness.
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