Monthly Archives: November 2010

Offence.


  Offence belongs to its creator and not to the target so be non-attached to offence aimed at you in the realisation that it is not yours.  

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Karma. (2)


The fact of karma cannot be accepted selectively.

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Why? & How? – the Important Questions.


  When you are really interested in delving into the truth of something ask yourself either “Why?” or “How?” and having got the answer continue to ask yourself one of these questions until you can answer no more. At this … Continue reading

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Wealth.


  Wealth used for self-indulgence is a karmic burden. Wealth used for the benefit of others is a karmic liberation.  

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The Moul and Attachment/Non-attachment.


  The Moul is like a patchwork fabric of attachments. When it loses someone or some thing to which it has a close attachment a patch is torn out with the rent leaving both a tear and a space: both … Continue reading

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Separation of Spirit and the Moul [or Observation of Self].


  When one is able to separate Spirit from the Moul one can do these things: Observe the menting of the moul and if necessary check the moul before the menting becomes action. Observe the menting of the moul but … Continue reading

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Life, Death and Birth.


  Avoiding life and death is impossible. Avoiding birth is possible.  

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Futile Pursuits and ‘Escape’.


  The pursuit by many of ‘fun’ and excitement in all their manifestations is a subconscious attempt to escape the challenges of Earthly life. This is delusion as the only ‘escape’ is to avoid birth.  

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Words of Value.


  Whether words are written or stated by king, scholar, sage or unknown peasant is not important. What is important is the value we see in them.  

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The Now.


  In the “now” there is no expectation, regret, fear or guilt: there is simply “being”, simply “I am”.  

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