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Don’t Log On

“Imagine you are standing on a platform at the railway station. One by one the trains come – they stop, doors open, doors close, they move on. You don’t have to get on. Like this, simply observe the thought activity appearing on the screen of consciousness without connecting up. Don’t log on.”  ~Mooji (via)

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Alone

There’s a lot going on in this piece of music:  it’s simple, yet complex; it both cleanses the mind and inspires it. It’s very healing.

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Take out the Trash

“There is space in a hall, for instance. We fill up the place with various articles. If we want space, all that we need do is to remove all those articles, and we get space. Similarly if we remove all the rubbish, all the thoughts, from our minds, the peace will become manifest. That which …

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Runaway

“The practice of meditation offered by the Buddha has two parts: stopping and looking deeply. The first part of meditation is stopping. If you’re like most of us, since you were born, you’ve been running. Now it’s a strong habit that many generations of your ancestors also had before you and transmitted to you—the habit …

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Reboot

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Mindfulness

Meditation doesn’t have to be you in a quiet, secluded place either. Meditation can happen when you’re playing sport, walking, cooking, and even talking. Meditation is mindfulness; the mindful awareness of each present moment.  ~How to Master your Life, by N.W. Passion (via)  

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This may well be the most important three minutes you spend on the internet today.  (I know- I was surprised, too!)

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