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LIBERATION FROM DEPENDENCY

Liberation from Dependency To be able to ‘read between the lines’ means to perceive or deduce a meaning that is hidden or  implied rather than being openly stated. ‘Independent’ is being free from outer control, not subject to another’s authority, and capable of thinking or acting for oneself. In other words, genuine liberation. We are … Continue reading

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“I DON’T LIKE MY TEACHER OR TEACHERS”

“I Don’t Like My Teacher or Teachers” It happens. Actually, this feeling has its positive side, if we look closely enough. The ‘teacher’ has created a reaction in us. This is not intentional: it’s part of a process of relating … Continue reading

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WE NEED AN EXCELLENT AIM…

We Need An Excellent Aim… … if we are to know where we are going with the Dharma; we can then easily recognise whatever is stopping us. Honestly, it is in the recognition of the mind being either in turmoil … Continue reading

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CROSSROADS OF CONFLICT

Crossroads of Conflict “When in doubt, do nowt”* A conflict occurs when we know something, but don’t know how to express it. This is happening all the time, but we don’t notice it because we fall back into the self-programme; … Continue reading

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EVERYTHING IS A SYMBOLIC TEACHER

Everything is a Symbolic Teacher In this context, ‘teacher’ means reminder. For everything to be a re-minder, we must first know what it is that we are being reminded of, and that is the nature of mind, pure clarity. For … Continue reading

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