Awakening [אפי פז]

5 November 2007

Self Illumination – Nick Smith, Life2.0

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This post comes with thanks from Nick Smith at Life2.0.Self Illumination

Once we get a glimpse of our true nature and a glimpse of what it’s like to have a free untroubled mind, there’s an incredibly strong tendency to do battle with our dark side—to wage war against any troublesome thoughts or recurring angst that keeps us from the peace and fulfillment we’ve tasted and seek in our lives. Or, as some would put, to pursue a path of enlightenment.



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Philip Dick defined reality as that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn’t go away. (via Nick in Life 2.0)

Letting Go

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We met sogiel Rinpoche in Sikkim, when we travel led over India during the whole year of 2005.

He is a good and happy man, a little too “kingly” in his demeanor but assuming he is enlightened I assume that he does this as part of his game

Here is a little gem of understanding regarding letting go. . , .

Let’s try an experiment. Pick up a coin. Imagine that it represents the object which you are grasping. Hold it tightly, clutched in your fist and extend your arm, with the palm of your hand facing the ground. Now if you let go or relax your grip, you will lose what you are clinging onto. That’s why you hold on.

But there’s another possibility. You can let go and yet keep hold of it. With your arm still outstretched, turn your hand over so that it faces the sky. Release your hand and the coin still rests on your open palm. You let go. And the coin is still yours, even with all this space around it.

So there is a way in which we can accept impermanence and still relish life, at one and the same time, without grasping.

Sogyal Rinpoche

The Wisdom to Know Nothing

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The wisdom

(via Nick in Life 2.0)


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Gangagi, Beautiful teacher

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