Tag Archives: The Moment Now.

IN AND OUT OF NOW

In And Out Of Now Now is always present, whether we notice it or not Tulku Urgyen’s phrase describes the moment now as “spontaneous presence”. but what is spontaneous presence in actuality? We can say words such as Dzogchen, Mahamudra, … Continue reading

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WHY ‘THE MOMENT NOW’ IS SO IMPORTANT

Why ‘The Moment Now’ Is So Important The guru is not the teacher. The moment now is the teacher. The guru can only tell us about the moment now. The moment now is consciousness. If we are not in the … Continue reading

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I FINALLY FORGIVE MYSELF

I Finally Forgive Myself I recognised that, as long as I stayed in a spiritual centre, there would be a sense of guilt and dissatisfaction: this was because of being surrounded by ‘jobsworths’. Jobsworth: A person in authority (esp. a … Continue reading

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THE CUSP OF KNOWING AND NOT KNOWING

The Cusp* Of Knowing And Not Knowing is knowingness itself We may either take it for granted that we know, or think that we don’t know: both negate ever-present, exact knowingness itself. Knowingness isn’t a frozen state. Rather, it’s a … Continue reading

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THE SUBTLE TRAUMA OF RELIGION

The Subtle Trauma Of Religion There is no wish to upset anyone, but it’s worth pointing out that religion can traumatise, by creating fear and hope. We can be easily misled into believing that ‘doing something’ will free us from … Continue reading

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