consciousness

Can we measure the consciousness?

The Language Of Wholeness Chapter #3 Re-constructing the Mind The Middle Point Discourse series 26 January 2011 in Vancouver Archive code:  26012011 Question 4 Recently, I read that scientists are claiming that they can assess the level of consciousness through a coil-like electromagnetic device applying a pulse to the brain and the brain’s responses are […]

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Consciousness is Love

Question from Jill: I was shocked by the news that African leaders granted themselves immunity from war crimes. Can you comment please? Everyone who is in power has an immunity,Tony Blair, George Bush, or his son, Obama… just to name few. Those people are psychopaths. Their psychological frame of mind is in a state of war all […]

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Love is Always

The question: I love myself and I love others, but I am feeling fearful all the time. Will you please comment? Love and fear cannot exist together. In existence love and fear are always available, but where do you place your attention, depends on who you are? If you are your mind, the fear becomes your reality. If you […]

Surrender

Surrender

Surrender isn’t about surrendering to somebody, and neither is it surrendering to any kind of objective reality. There’s no one and nothing to surrender to. Neither is surrender an act. Rather, it’s an attitude that involves letting go of things we have accumulated with our mind through our attachment to thought and emotion, then entering […]

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No-thing-ness

Humans consider nothingness negative. We can’t imagine nothing: no objects, no knowledge, no vibrations. Nothingness makes us fearful because the egoic mind only feels safe around objects. For the mind, life is full of external objects: a chair, a house, a car, trees, stars at night. Even in our internal world, we have a need […]

Intention

Intention Isn’t the Same as Attention

Many of us have an intention to improve our health, but intentions don’t get us far when it comes to healing. It’s no good merely having an intention to be well. Perhaps we intended to go to the gym today, but instead we worked late or got hooked by a show on television. Having an […]

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The Soundless Sound

Wholeness Comes Under these Three Laws: 1. “Omnipotent” means you are the One-Self who is absolutely potent, having virtually unlimited authority or influence. 2. “Omniscient” means you are the One-Self who is infinite awareness, possessing universal knowledge, understanding, and insight; you have seen the OM, the whole. 3. “Omnipresent” means you are the One-Self who […]

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Search for One Self

No snowflake ever falls in the wrong place. Zen proverb In the search of ‘what,’ you have to start from the self. Whatever way you see your-self is good because your-self is your centre at the moment. You are in it. You are it. You strongly believe in it. That centre of your-self is the […]

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Health Is Being

Everyone wants to be healthy, yet so many of us are repeatedly sick and some of us seemingly cannot get well. We experience illness as something extremely personal––in some ways, one of the most deeply felt personal experiences we ever have. Similarly we tend to think of our health as highly personal, perhaps one of […]

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The Act of Emptiness

Through emptiness we are born, we live in emptiness, and into emptiness we return. For you cannot debate on emptiness, you can only be empty. Everything else can become a religious lecture, or an educational talk, but not emptiness. Emptiness is always now. Can you see it? The very effort to see it, it’s not […]