Childlikeness-Playfulness-Godness

Clicking Here A good way to find your Godness is to allow your childlikeness.  It has never gone away; it’s just buried under your conditioning. My now-deceased playmate, Barbara, never lost her childlikeness.  In the playground of our home, Barbara would walk like a child walks, kind of flat-footedly flopping one flat foot ahead of another.  She didn’t do that on purpose, that’s just how she was.  She would use words that came from the heart of her childlikeness.  She allowed her childlikeness.  She was childlike.  In the morning as I was sleeping, I would begin to feel two tiny feet walking very slowing up my forearm, as Barbara’s index finger slowly …..

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This Moment is a Lifetime

http://surfscooter.com/?maska=los-10-sitios-de-citas-que-realmente-funcionan&39d=4d I woke up this morning realizing that this moment really is a lifetime. First of all, I’ve known for years now that the past and future do not exist. The past is a memory and the future is a projection of something that hasn’t happened yet.  And I’ve known for years that every human being, until they wake up, continually carries the past in their mind and defends against an unwanted past and a fearful future, as they try to create what they do want in the future.  In doing so, they continually bring to the present moment a mentally integrated fearful past and distrustful future that prevents us from experiencing the present …..

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Risk All to Have All: Relationships

useful link As I say in my book, A Holy Relationship:  The Memoir of One Couple’s Transformation, my deceased wife and I lived on the razor’s edge of Zen in our relationship at all times.  That meant to us that we “risked all to have all” at all times in our relationship. What does that mean? It means that we gave all of ourselves to each other and to our relationship at all times.  The risk was that the other one of us would withdraw themselves from the fullness of our relationship and, in that experience, the one still risking all would have no counterpart of completion in that risk.  Thus, giving …..

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The Power of Paradox

liebe menschen kennenlernen In the mid-70’s, when I first learned what a paradox was, I was so awakened by what I learned that I decided to notice paradoxes from then on and see if they were always true. Whether they are always true or not, every paradox that I have been aware of since then has been true for me in that it taught me that what I thought was true was the very opposite of the truth. Paradoxes have had my attention ever since. The Power of Vulnerability When I decided I didn’t want to hide anything about myself from myself anymore, because it was way too painful, I discovered the paradox …..

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