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the non dual philosopher Jun 17
The world is made for and by seekers. That is why there is something to buy or consume or wear or do around every corner.
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Mario Stankovic Jun 17
If you expand into something new, unknown and unusual for You, and don't feel some excitement, fear or nervousness, it probably isn't something new. To be in touch with life and reality, you have to feel vulnerable, otherwise, you are acting out of your comfort zone.
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Ron Skelly Jun 17
There is no "self". Self is what defeats us over and over again. The bondage to "self" greatly dims the light of the real you.
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Shanti Sadan 18h
What is the truth at the centre of life? Is this a philosophical or a religious question? Some answers from the non-dual view are offered in this talk, recently given by the Warden of Shanti Sadan, now available on-line, at
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Shanti Sadan Jun 14
Meditation and our Beliefs. Do our background beliefs affect our progress and benefits in meditation? What are key ideas that can facilitate our meditation practice? Read more in the current free article in Self-Knowledge Journal online at
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Tim May 12
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Mario Stankovic Jun 17
What would happen if, in every encounter with someone or something, I would completely succeed to get rid of prejudice and bad expectations? If I would occupy my mind just with creating the future I am looking forward to, instead of worrying about things in the past?
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Ma'rifatullah (Knowledge in Allah) May 12
It's often said, Flee to Allah! But what does that mean? Ibn 'Arabi explains, is not a flight away from one thing towards another, since there is nothing in existence but Allah; fleeing to Allah is merely a way of expressing the flight from ignorance to .
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rocco moon Dec 24
i’ve always wanted an experiencial first hand shift in consciousness... identified as the hand of god... that would permanently shift my sense of identity... into the divine infinite utmost truth of oneness and unity of all things. aka
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Shaun Taylor Jun 8
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Yoja 요자 6h
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Lapis.X. May 21
Most people here, are in retirement age; why is ‘Nonduality’, practice, not begun early, when people are young?
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Shannon M. Collier Jan 12
One of the greatest meditations I can do is to . In this space and silence I can feel how limitless, deeply connected and truly free I am.
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جمال المعمري Dec 11
“You will receive everything you need when you stop asking for what you do not need”
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Brian Tom O'Connor 13h
Awareness Explorers Ep. 25 on – The Joy of Contemplation. We describe how dropping a contemplative phrase into the depths of your being can lead to joy and revelation.
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Shaun Taylor Jun 16
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Awaken The Species Jan 29
We are as Raindrops of The One Atmosphere.
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Tim May 29
I'm working on an intro guided meditation course. I have more to follow, including specific techniques I've found useful in observing direct experience. In the meantime, here's a reminder that you aren't what you might think:
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Noel | Absolute Awareness Jun 14
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Seth Kostek Jun 3
You are not limited to the conceptual content you are Knowing in Experience such as the body, thoughts, or emotions. You can’t be since limited probabilistic content is uncertain. is what certainty is—and is thus infinite potential.
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