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Self-Inquiry – the De-constructor of our mental “Blah Blah Blah” – from the teachings of Gary Weber

Was reading an article about how some folks who practice "mindfulness" techniques actually end up having their "inner dialogue" getting louder and louder instead of quieting down, and having that "blah blah blah" get them down...... all those negative thoughts that "just won't shut off".(How in the world can we shut that damned thing off!)Gary… Continue reading Self-Inquiry – the De-constructor of our mental “Blah Blah Blah” – from the teachings of Gary Weber

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Be Present….. Attention Attention Attention

Be present..... be here, on the head of the moment..... be fully aware of the present surroundings and how they are flowing by.... don't need to make a bunch of assumptions.... don't need to reflect on what is happening.... there is always something new and wonderful occurring.... pay attention to what IS.... rely on your… Continue reading Be Present….. Attention Attention Attention

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Balance … Lack of Balance

i keep reminding myself...... of the importance of balance.... Balance stems from a sense of completeness, leading to a healthy mind. Life's circumstances cannot ever provide us with balance, or a sense of completeness. Balance comes after we learn how to deal with all our inner boogeymen, and realize that we are born with "inner… Continue reading Balance … Lack of Balance

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“Always Be Doing The Task At Hand” – (the answer to procrastination)

A few notes on life, and how they came together in a realization.......... A while back, i wrote a note to myself in big letters and stuck it on the wall..... it said "Always Be Doing The Task At Hand". One of my favorite aunties had told me once that her biggest difficulty in life… Continue reading “Always Be Doing The Task At Hand” – (the answer to procrastination)

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Walk Freely with no heavy load

If i am walking freely, with no heavy load, it is because i have chosen or decided to do so, and have diligently dealt with the hindrances to walking freely. If i am walking with a heavy load, it is because i have chosen or decided to do so, and have allowed the hindrances to… Continue reading Walk Freely with no heavy load

Belief in a religion vs. a personal search · Body/Mind - How we use our resources · Cutting to the Chase - Getting to the bottom of things · Journey to WHoleness · Psychotherapy · Self Inquiry

Listening to our Inner Therapist

Listening to our Inner Therapist "Just as our body has a system which knows how to fight off sickness and intruders, we are all born with an inner guide or system which has the ability to self-correct our sense of "home"." (vs. lostness) It seems that our DNA physical bodies set of tools includes a… Continue reading Listening to our Inner Therapist

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Live Life Free of the Suffering of “Mind Chatter”

It IS possible to live life free of all that constant "Blah Blah Blah" of self-referential "I/Me/My" mental chattering. It is possible to live a life free of that. No. 1 - fully realize that all the problems "I" chew on, do NOT have a hold on me. (they are like ice cubes which can… Continue reading Live Life Free of the Suffering of “Mind Chatter”

Human Groups - Race, Gender Belief Distinctions · Self Inquiry · Social Change in the 21st century

Our Ethical Creed in Extenuating Circumstances

So the topic of social constructs of race and gender seems to have risen to the surface, in relating to our decision making process. Perhaps a question might be framed this way: "Will i live by my espoused ethical standards (values) in this specific situation, or are there "extenuating circumstances" which allow me to excuse… Continue reading Our Ethical Creed in Extenuating Circumstances

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The Exit Door from Suffering – Emotional Reactions

" How many of our self-defeating and escapist practices are due to our inability to live life without "getting caught in a spiders web" of emotional reactions? " "It is our emotional REACTION to situations which makes us suffer. We CAN find a way out... a way to let go of that reaction, and when… Continue reading The Exit Door from Suffering – Emotional Reactions

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Self – Inquiry & Tension Knots – Dealing with the Roots of Tension and Hypertension

Dealing with the Roots of Tension and Hypertension This is a suggested method of untangling the body feelings and pent up emotions that sometimes form “tension knots” somewhere in the body. When these "tension knots" build up or pile up, IMHO , they can morph into hypertension . ....... This is in no way meant… Continue reading Self – Inquiry & Tension Knots – Dealing with the Roots of Tension and Hypertension