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I IT I IS IT NOT I NOT IT

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Ripples of the ocean

  Bewildered is the Yogi who has broken the bonds of ignorance Lost , to himself and others He threw  the illusion of self existence into the boiling cauldron of truth and was consumed by  Brahman Now he goes back … Continue reading

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No Entanglement: Reflections from a mirror without a surface

No entanglement Disentanglement No action No actor No perception No perceiver No perceived No duality! Duality is a concept born out of error. The error of separation, conceived by language. In the beginning was the word , yes at the … Continue reading

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The four stages of realization

Realization can be thought of as the progressive removal of the layers of ignorance, in order to realize what is the ever present truth. I present 4 stages in which this occurs: Stage 1: Confusion This is the normal point … Continue reading

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Natural Mind, Huang Po

People perform a vast number of complex practices hoping to gain spiritual merit as countless as the grains of sand on the riverbed of the Ganges: but you are essentially already perfect in every way. Don’t try and augment perfection … Continue reading

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Life after Yoga

Yoga is often defined as Union, or Joining together. By this is meant that the conditioned personality is joined to the essential self, Purusha recognizes itself in Prakriti, the here and now is experienced as the absolute and eternal. Yoga … Continue reading

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3 step process to happiness and freedom

Step 1. Think of any attribute you have, any description you have of yourself, your name, age, job, nationality, sex, anything that you think defines you, then ask yourself, if that adjective or attribute were removed would you still be … Continue reading

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You are Light

In my personal experience with yoga practice as taught in the tradition of Krishnamacharya, I have written about how Yoga leads to self understanding, as this is worth pondering on some more, I offer another way of seeing it. In … Continue reading

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