I recently received a comment from someone who isn’t quite as big a fan of A Course in Miracles as I am.

Hopefully… if we all look a little more closely at what we say and what we do (ultimately… at who we are)… we can all continue to learn and grow.


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“Thereof we cannot speak, whereof we do not know!”

Ludwig Wittgenstein

Doesn’t sound too difficult, right?

Simply put:

If you don’t know about it, don’t talk about it!

Of course, that means most of us can’t talk about ourselves… because we don’t ever really pay attention to what’s going on.

We may pay attention to what we think about what happened… but this isn’t quite the same thingĀ  :-)

When you really get this understanding, it will allow you to really take your meditation and your life to a completely different place (yet remarkably familiar).

So what does it mean to truly pay attention?

Awareness, meditation, mindfulness

So how do we really take a closer look at awareness?

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101 Proven Tips for Powerful Meditation (part 6)

August 21, 2009

“I take concentration power to be one of the three core skills that constitutes mindful awareness!” -Shinzen Young We’re coming down to our last couple of posts in the 101 Proven Tips for Powerful Meditation series. Even though we are nearing the end of the series, we have some very important information to cover… we […]

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The Return of Awareness & Acceptance

July 25, 2009

This was one of my first posts that I felt really defined the site… It hails back to December of 2007. A2… Secrets of Mindful Relaxation In that post, I discussed the core of mindful meditation… which also happens to be the core of virtually any skill you want to develop.

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A2 – Secrets of mindful relaxation…

December 16, 2007

Awareness and Acceptance are the core of bliss… That’s the simple version… the more you develop your awareness, and accept your experience, the more your experience will transform into something magical, something that defies description… but for the sake of simplicity, we will describe it as bliss. Much of day to day experience is serving […]

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