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Nonduality Highlights: Issue #4115, Sunday, December 26, 2010

Pay attention to, and inquire into, the nature of your own
immediate experience. Become the Witness, or Observer,
of your own experience.

Investigate the "Given Conditions" of being human,
"I am - Aware - Now":
the sense of identity, or being, at the center of
your own experience which manifests as "I am."
the Awareness through which you perceive
everything within and around you.
the immediacy and Infinity of Now.

These three basic conditions of being human are profound
pointers to our True Nature. We simply overlook them in
our rush to identify ourselves with "outward" conditions,
i.e., a body, memory, personality and the illusion of time.

Simply paying attention - looking at and remembering these
basic, essential conditions - is enough, for they are the vehicle
through which we experience, and Recognize, the vast and
Infinite nature of Reality.

- Metta Zetty

Gangaji - What's my core message?:

When you lose touch with inner stillness, you lose touch with yourself. When you lose touch with yourself, you lose yourself in the world.

Your innermost sense of self, of who you are, is inseparable from stillness. This is the I Am that is deeper than name and form.

- Eckhart Tolle, from Stillness Speaks

Pamela Wilson - People are Parched:

Abide as the Self.

- Ramana Maharshi

Adyashanti - Welcome To Reality:

Just keep coming home to yourself.

- Bryon Katie

Neelam - Tenderness is such an authentic place:

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