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Blog posts July 2014

Nothing Excluded

When quiet within you can feel presence, though it's not really a feeling but more of a knowing, or maybe knowing is the subtlest of feelings. Grosser feelings are easier to put words to than knowing—which is too ethereal to be sayable. So, trying to communicate something about presence generally ta…

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It Hums

Silence has a calming, relaxing effect on our mind, emotions and body, and is also alive with possibility. It hums with an inevitable insight or solution to a problem, an observation otherwise missed, wisdom before action, and the remembrance of who we are. In a state of mindful psylence we may expe…

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Deciduous Daydream

It's lovely to enjoy silence when my emotions and feelings are at peace, but that is not always the case. Instead of getting annoyed with the presence of an uncomfortable feeling or sensation, I've learned to just allow it, let it be with me as an uninvited and semi-welcome guest.  

Sometimes thes…

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In the Sea

Silence is full of possibility. Why does a person love being in a sea of possibility? I don't know, but I do—everything is potential, a journal of blank pages. I suspect the constant transience of endless potential is our essence, who we are, so I guess that makes loving the sea of possibility self-…

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