Month: <span>July 2010</span>

The Solid World

One of the paradigms we’re really stuck on is this idea of a solid world. Even though physicists tell us otherwise, they too are stuck in a particle model, inventing particles even to move forces. …

The Shift

Well – my life continues to surprise. You may have noticed a lag in posts recently. I’ve been busy preparing to move. An unexpected series of events have lead me to head off on a …

Life Leaks Out

Life can be a very curious journey. Because of all our expectations, history, and conditioning, we often end up conflicted about things that are important to us. Money, work, relationships, and so forth. We can …

The Hourglass Model

Recently, a model has come to mind to explain the evolution of our perspective of  the way we are in the world. It relates closely to some common models used to explain meditation experiences. Picture …

The Point Value

For awhile, I’ve talked here about the three major stages of the awakening shift. What Adyashanti described as Self absorbing the head, heart and gut. What is broadly called Self realization, God realization, and Unity. …

Shankara’s 3 laws

Shankara’s 3 laws: 1st law: Brahman is real 2nd law: the world is not real (the half truth) 3rd law: Brahman is the world Thus, the world is real, but not the real we started …

The Journey of Faith

Recently, I shared some observations elsewhere about what I saw as the evolution of faith, in this context to a specific teaching. We may not consider our relationship with a teaching “faith” unless it’s specifically …

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