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The Difference between Loneliness and Aloneness
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The Difference between Loneliness and Aloneness

Knowing Oneself Is the Only Richness. Lost in loneliness, we feel like beggars. Finding our aloneness, we become buddhas. “The individual is a fiction – the whole cosmos is a reality. We are just dewdrops on lotus leaves, very beautiful in the early morning sun. But a small breeze comes and the dewdrop slips into...

Use Meditation to Unlock Your Creative Energy
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Use Meditation to Unlock Your Creative Energy

The Quality of Meditation Transforms Our Actions so That Creative Energy from Our Being Can Manifest in the Physical Reality “Doing can give you excitement. Being can give you ecstasy.  Excitement is very mundane, very ordinary – any idiot can afford it. You are not an idiot, you are an intelligent being. So first, I...

Growing Up, or Just Growing Old?
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Growing Up, or Just Growing Old?

Why, in the East aging is praised while in the West it is feared?  There are many laws about middle age, because all over the world people become old. And many thinkers have been thinking, What is this old age? “The first law is De Never’s Lost Law; obviously about old age, the law can...

Listen to Your Heart and Accept Your Individuality
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Listen to Your Heart and Accept Your Individuality

What’s Good for the Other May Not Be Good for You. What Is Right for a Buddha Is Not Right for You. “Do what your nature wants to do, do what your intrinsic qualities hanker to do. Don’t listen to the scriptures, listen to your own heart. That is the only scripture I prescribe. Listen...

Fear: Close Encounters with the Mind
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Fear: Close Encounters with the Mind

What Is the Fear of Knowing Oneself? “The fear is that perhaps one is a bad person. The fear is that we may discover that we are a bad person after having cultivated an image of being a good person. “We appear to be a good person – we are saintly, we are innocent, we...

See the Body from Within
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See the Body from Within

Close your eyes and visualize your backbone “Let the backbone be straight, erect. Visualize it, see it, and just in the middle of it visualize a nerve, delicate as the lotus thread, running in the center of your spinal column. “In the spine, just in the center, there is a silver cord – a very...

The Inner Critic
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The Inner Critic

I Am Self Critical and Replay Every Social Encounter, How Can I Stop This Habit? “That’s a bad habit. Self-awareness is good, but a self-critic is not good because it is never to the point. When the moment is gone, then you criticise yourself. Awareness is in the present and criticism is about the past....

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