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Monthly Archive for July, 2010

Why won’t you love me?

Have you ever wondered why most of us could never believe another when he or she lovingly tells us “I love you”? It is either we don’t believe that we are that lovable, or in a very deep seated way, we know that he or she is not loving our true self, but a façade […]

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What are you Grateful for?

I was having a conversation with a friend who expressed how grateful he was to this mutual friend we have; how she had thrown a life line to him when he was at his downiest, and thereby felt he owed it to her, leading him to do something that did not resonate with his heart […]

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Passion Vs Identity

I questioned myself these days, if I had identified myself as an editor, a writer, or a learner… that it seemed as if my passion for editing, writing and learning had suddenly become a chore. It was strange. It was not that I had nothing to write about, learn about, but there seemed some resistance […]

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Live Now

I am here not to impress anyone, but to awaken to myself.   I am here not to grab all I can, but to give all that I am.   I am here not to regret where I’ve been or worry about where I am going.   I am here to live with all the fullness and richness I […]

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Dispelling the Fog

Your meditation practice will only be as powerful as your motivation to dispel the fog of your own lack of awareness. When you are in this fog, it is hard to remember the importance of practicing mindfulness, and it is hard to locate your attitudinal bearings. Confusion, fatigue, depression, and anxiety are powerful mental states […]

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Finding Me

It seems that there are two worlds, but truly there is only one. Fear is but the lack of love. Scarcity is but the lack of abundance. Resent is but the lack of gratitude. Something cannot be lacking unless it was first present in abundance. Without presence, absence has no meaning. This is like a […]

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Remember all temptation is but this — a mad belief that God’s insanity would make you sane and give you what you want. That either God or you must lose to madness because your aims cannot be reconciled. Death demands life, but life is not maintained at any cost. No one can suffer for the […]

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Let me tell you of a story. There was once a seeker, who became a student to a teacher. The teacher focused on the teachings of Great Masters, rather than of the Great Masters themselves. This student felt much gratitude towards the teacher for because of his teaching, she has learnt and embarked on her […]

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