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FROM NOT KNOWING TO KNOWING, IN A MOMENT

From Not Knowing To Knowing, In A Moment From ignoring to realising, in a moment. We are usually too occupied and busy to realise our true reality, the source of absolute truth. When we stop being occupied for a moment, … Continue reading

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WHAT IS PURE CONSCIOUSNESS?

What Is Pure Consciousness? The one absolute truth about pure consciousness is that it is already pure; we do not have to make it pure. Without knowing this, we remain imprisoned in falsehoods, dullness and guilt. It is the fact … Continue reading

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ARE WE GHOSTS IN HUMAN FORMS?

Are We Ghosts In Human Forms? A ghost is merely consciousness lost in not knowing its true nature; because of this, it drifts around due to karma. The realisation of our true nature is both the purpose of life and … Continue reading

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THE CHOSEN FEW

The Chosen Few The chosen few are the few who choose to realise their true reality. Many believe they are the way they are; a fixed self identity that cannot change. A few look at that fixated self identity and … Continue reading

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IT TAKES TIME TO REALISE OUR REALITY

It Takes Time To Realise Our Reality The essence of the Dharma cannot be comprehended by the conventional mind. Hearing or reading about the Dharma is immediate, but that’s just information: to experience and realise the Dharma, we need a … Continue reading

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SPIRITUALITY IS HARD-NOSED REALITY

Spirituality Is Hard-Nosed Reality which is the firm foundation for compassionate, hard-nosed reality. Hard-nosed: realistic, determined, tough-minded, unsentimental, down-to-earth, no-nonsense, pragmatic, clear-thinking, realistic, practical, rational, shrewd and astute. The opposite: sentimental, superstitious: believing in lucky charms, make-believe, fantasy: making exaggerated claims. To claim that we are ’empaths here to … Continue reading

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