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Gap in the incessant stream of thought

By Eckhart Tolle Portal into the Unmanifested is created through the cessation of thinking. This can start with a very simple thing, such as taking one conscious breath or looking, in a state of intense alertness, at a flower, so that there … Continue reading

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Responding to everyday frustrations and irritations

By Ekanath Easwaran Remember the Buddha’s words: “All that we are is the result of what we have thought.” If our thinking is based on stimulus and response, he is trying to tell us, then most of us live like puppets, moved by patterns of … Continue reading

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A Marvel called Mind

By Swami Chidananda Stones, trees, grass and sand, which might have been existing in a given geographical area for centuries, can know absolutely nothing about their physical environment, but the moment an intelligent man enters into the area, he gathers … Continue reading

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Practising Presence in Conversation

 By Eckhart Tolle It’s not easy. The moment you start talking, the two minds come together and so they strengthen each other. A flow starts, a stream of thought. A moment ago you were present, and then somebody starts talking. … Continue reading

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Recognizing the True Purpose of Work

.   By Sri Sri Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari Work is a means of self-discovery. You are constantly seeking and searching for your “Self.” Your work is not just “work.” It is a tool for reaching higher planes of conscious awareness. The purpose of … Continue reading

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Thinking by Eckart Tolle

THINKING By Eckart Tolle   “ACCEPT the Present Moment, whatever and however. That is SURRENDER.”   Thinking is no more than a tiny aspect of the totality of who you are. Your entire personal history is no more than a … Continue reading

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