"It's enough right now to simply notice that there's a gap between the thoughts." – Martyn

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Acceptance = Love

In my travels it's become very clear to me that to talk about acceptance is to talk about love, and to talk about love is to talk about acceptance. They are one and the same. They are the key to peace and freedom. They are the key to the recognition of your own nature. They are the key to…

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Notice and Return

You have all the tools, all the things you need in life. You are not lacking in anyway. You are not broken, you just need to accept all that you are... accept even the seeming imperfections into the wholeness and you will see that your light was there all along... hidden under the rock of self doubt, strategies and…

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Clues

What is the ground of your experience? Is it the world? Is it the body? Is it the thoughts? Is it the sensations? Or is it the simplest form of non-conceptual awareness, aware of all of *this*. Search for the gap in between the content. This is your clue. This is the breadcrumbs of awareness leading you back to…

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Fullness

Is nondual spirituality nihilistic? Desirelessness, powerlessness, emptiness. Sacrifice, surrender, formlessness. Are these more fundamental than, say: fullness, all-possibilities, bountifulness, unboundedness, bliss? It’s all well and good focusing on the qualities of mind required for the apprehension of silence. But this emptiness is full, this fullness is empty. All around me I see fullness, I see rich intelligence and abundance…

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"Can you accept what is in this moment, without exception?" What happens when you put aside the judgement of what 'should' be happening, in favor of seeing what IS happening and therefore ceasing to be in opposition to what IS. – Imogen

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May You Live In Interesting Times

When the awakened view dawns it becomes apparent that everything we experience points to it, and always did. It’s the recognition that each moment is a Dharma Gate, the opportunity to realize the nature of what-is and it becomes fascinating and fun to see how the consideration of any given domain or field of knowledge offers an opening to…

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Love

Many of our words and concepts, we think we know what they mean, when often our understanding hangs short of the great depths of being that we miss. Our recognition stalls at the conceptual and clings there instead of plunging into the open experiential oneness that upholds and contains all.   So words like ‘love’ can be like objects,…

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The Calling of the Soul

How much of our time do we spend bracing ourselves against the possibility of someone else's reactivity? When we fear to break a rule or make a mistake, how often is that apprehension based on the anticipation of having to deal with someone's anger, sadness, or disappointment? Bumping into people's reactive emotions is unpleasant and depending on how much…

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