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Rat Gets Off Wheel

“Since this summer, I keep coming back to soak in this far-reaching post (‘To Set Free’) and all of the multiverses, implications and doorways embedded within it. These realms have been part of quite a constant moving meditation this year. The exploration of this subject is both so expansive and microscopic that admittedly it’s been…

“Above all, being real, being sincere”

Honing a theme that’s been running through these recent posts, particularly ‘Simple Thankfulness’, here are some additional reflections on taking the time and care to intentionally guide our emotions. A part of that discipline (and it is a discipline) falls under the auspices of “gratitude practices,” although I prefer thankfulness because of its emphasis on…

Simple Thankfulness

“If we look at moments in life when we have sensed the malleability of reality with more open possibilities than we had perceived before, they all include an unusually vibrant sensation of thankfulness. This functions retroactively, too, in how we see or hold events from our past. The genuine sensation of simple thankfulness underneath specifics,…

To Set Free

“I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.” ~ Michelangelo “I find it really interesting how Fred Luskin turns forgiveness into something simple that we can all work on. 1. Becoming more grateful, which is (for me) an idea that we always should have in mind. 2. Manage the…

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