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Meditation, Self Awarness, Healing, Spirituality

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A calming presence

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His voice relaxes me. He brings up issues we should all contemplate.

Inspiring. Love this Podcast

By sadlerjr - Sep 12 2016
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Just love this podcast. Look forward to hearing. Great Insight

iTunes Ratings

170 Ratings
Average Ratings
123
20
7
8
12

A calming presence

By Batgirl64 - Oct 27 2019
Read more
His voice relaxes me. He brings up issues we should all contemplate.

Inspiring. Love this Podcast

By sadlerjr - Sep 12 2016
Read more
Just love this podcast. Look forward to hearing. Great Insight

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Meditation, Self Awarness, Healing, Spirituality

Mindfulness

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Mindfulness is covered indepth and the power of breathing.

Feb 12 2006

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Learning to breathe.

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*At the bottom of this post is a link to hear the podcast.

If you think about it we were never taught to breath, isn’t that strange? We have been living out our whole lives without the basic instructions on how to breathe properly. Isn’t that shocking? Most of us breathe like little chipmunks that are being chased by Mr. Twinkles the neighborhood cat. That type of breathing is fight or flight, or panic breathing. We are all running from Mr. Twinkles in our own way throughout the day.

Some examples of using panic breathing would be:

  • Rush hour traffic someone cuts you off.

  • The boss yells at you in front of your whole team.

  • Your child runs into the street.

  • You have a confrontation with a co-worker, friend, or spouse that erupts into a full fledged argument.

  • You are in pain from a stomach ache, injury or severe illness.

In all the instances we are usually taking very short and shallow breathes that only worsen the circumstance or situation. So what can we do? We can learn to breath properly. Here are some steps to proper breathing and recognizing the warning signs of panic breathing.

  • Your body tenses up, clenched fist, or clenched jaws.

  • Your sweating, shaking, tensed in the neck or shoulders.

  • You have body aches in neck, shoulders, or hands.

  • You have stomach aches, ulcers, or allergies.

  • Trouble eating, sleeping, relaxing.

The signs are there and I recognize them, now what do I do?

  • Stop and check in with yourself. Become aware of the signals you are receiving.

  • Excuse yourself from the circumstance or situation and find a quiet corner.

  • Exhale all the breath from your body and let your head, shoulders and stomach relax.

  • Take a long, slow, deep breath and do this several times.

  • On your exhale try saying to yourself, “In, I’m breathing in. Out, I’m breathing out.”

  • Notice the minds casting about habit to find ways that it may make itself right. It may use tactics that include saying things like this: “He was wrong and treated me with disrespect!” “That jackass cut me off. He’s going to kill someone!” “No one can treat me like this, I’m going to report that jerk!”

  • Gently bring your attention back to your breathing.

  • Repeat until calm and don’t give in to the minds demands.


A note:

This is not about pushing these feelings or emotions down, or to be in denial of your personal rights, freedoms etc. This is about calming the ego/mind before you respond using your emotions, rather than calm reason. This is about creating a platform for a proper response. The concept I’m presenting here is about not been run by the emotional outbursts that our ego may throw out there to defend itself. We are calming the mind in order to relax back into our natural state of being before we respond or act on impulse.

Just breathe...

Jul 16 2011

29mins

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Everythings gonna be ok

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Reminders on the path

Don't worry so much.
Just relax.
You're only doing the best you can.
Fully embrace every aspect of who you are right now.
Rest in being here right now.
Decided to feel good.
Don't try so hard.
Just stop
Just sit
Just be yourself
Be the ONE
When sitting in meditation be comfortable, don't try to meditate.
Watch your breath go in and out.
If you have thoughts, no problem just keep sitting.
If your butt hurts that's fine just keep sitting.
If you can't sit, just sit anyway.

Jul 15 2014

24mins

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Breaking Habits

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How to really break a habit for good part 1.

Jan 03 2007

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Guided Meditation on facing our fears

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In this podcast we do a guided meditation to face and over come our fears.

Jan 25 2009

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Heart's desire or just more mind stuff?

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Are you following your heart's desire? How do you know that it's you heart that is speaking to you? Is it just more mind stuff, or is there something driving you beside your ego and your desires. This podcast features an interview with Jonathan Mead from Illuminated mind.

Here are the four questions we asked Jonathan. What would your answers be?

1. What is you heart's desire?

2. What motivates you?

3 How do you stay on track when you feel like giving up?

4. What is the biggest secret to following our heart's desire?

Please share your thoughts, feelings, insights and wisdom here.

Sep 16 2010

23mins

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How to Wake Up

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Everyone wants a clear and concise "how to wake up" method, this is impossible without the willingness of the participant to jump in and take the necessary risks to give up their old ways of thinking and seeing.

The Podcast is at the bottom of the article

If you want to know the truth about who you really are and what this is really all about you have to be willing to give up the old methods, to reach beyond thought and thinking mind and to take the dive into the unknown.

You must ask yourself, “What do I want?” and then be willing to risk it all to have that.

So what do you want? If you want peace, happiness and serenity, what are you willing to give up to have that?

Are you willing to give up your attachment to thoughts, memories, concepts, judgements and beliefs to have peace?
Sacrifice is part of the path of no path.

You don’t have to give up everything and walk into the woods (though I’ve done that) to discover the truth, but you may have to give up trying to think your way to the truth. There comes a time when we have to leave behind our precious beliefs and open to newness.
I’m not talking about Robert’s way, I’m talking about rediscovering your own innate wisdom, happiness, and contentment that you arrived with.
I can only point to this truth and MY way means nothing at all.

All I ask of you is this -

  • Can you look deeply into your own heartmind and see that you had it all along, that nothing is broken in you and nothing needs to be fixed.
  • Your OK
  • The way to IT is simple.
  • It’s down beneath the thinking mind and it’s found in silence.

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Jul 26 2012

8mins

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Just Be. Just be yourself.

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There's no "doing" necessary to be YOU.

Jul 22 2016

18mins

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A guided meditation.

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A guided meditation using the sounds of nature to calm the mind

Mar 17 2015

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Forgive and Forget

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Let's turn the other check this week! I rhymed, how cleaver. Forgiven and forget and feel free and at peace. Quiet the mind by letting go of the bullsh*t.

Jul 13 2008

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Bow in gratitude

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The practice of gratitude is honed over time with patience and humility at its’ core. A good way to experience this practice is bowing in gratitude. This doesn’t have to be the physical act of bowing (but that helps); you can just bow in your mind. When you see something arising in the mind where you see yourself stuck and desiring something you don’t have, stop and bow to what you already have. If you find yourself in the old habit of grumbling, complaining or finding fault in something, stop and find something to be grateful for. Look around you at those that are in need and give something to them. The ego resists this practice so we know we are chipping away at something of substance. I bow to you all.

Sep 03 2010

22mins

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Tuning into Your Higher Self

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In the heat of the moment can we be clear and quiet?.

Oct 09 2006

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Accepting what is so

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A Quiet Mind: Notice when we are not accepting what is so.

Jan 08 2006

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Happiness Now

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In every moment there is the opportunity to see that your true nature is happiness. There is no need to seek for what is already yours. The treasure is within you.

  • Spend quiet time alone contemplating nothingness
  • See that you are perfect in this moment
  • Accept things as they are and be gracious
  • Change is a constant
  • Thoughts will come and go
  • You are much bigger than you know
  • Practice being still
  • The felling you have that everything is OK is not wishful thinking
  • In the morning be aware of the morning Grinch telling you that everything is miserable, you are miserable, it's all miserable.
  • Who or what is that voice inside you?
  • Enquire, be curious and know your true Self

Oct 01 2012

25mins

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What to do with pain, heartache and loss.

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In our daily lives we have so much distraction and stimulation that we barely have the time to feel. What do I mean by feel? Feeling our pain, loss heartache, frustration anger etc. Our society is built up in a way that we don't have the time that we need to get in touch with our emotions.

  • Make time to be quiet and alone.
  • Loose the distractions by turning off the TV, phone, computer etc.
  • Find others to talk with about how you feel.

Learn how to identify the signals that you need to wind down and check in. Anger, sadness, depression, agitation etc. Watch for body signals as well. Backache, neck tension, jaw clenching, upset stomach. These signals are there to remind us to check in, wind down and listen.

Jul 09 2009

11mins

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Breathe and be present

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A focused meditation on being aware and allowing our thoughts to be.

Sep 09 2006

17mins

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The true essence of mind

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Don't be fooled by the carrot life is dangling before you. That which you seek is inside of you waiting to be discovered. There is no need to look outside yourself for happiness, love, bliss or completeness; everything that you seek, you already possess. Look no further than your next breath.

Sep 10 2009

17mins

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Peace can't be obtained

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How can we obtain that which we already have? Should we drop the goal of obtaining peace as a result of our meditation practice? Can we just sit without wanting something to happen and just be with what is? Having a gaining idea can lead us into a circle of suffering, pain and confusion. Nothing is permanent, so trying to reach a state of permanent peace is an unreachable goal. Can we accept that we will never have a continuous, blissful state of oneness? Can we call off the search and see that the thing we are looking for is right here, right now, in this moment? It can be nowhere else but here because only this moment exists. Everything else is only thought.

  • The one who seeks peace doesn't exist.

  • The one who is looking for enlightenment doesn't exist.

  • The one who wants to keep peace blocks the peaceful state that already exists.

  • It's not possible to attain a perfect, constant state of peace.

  • That which thinks it's not at peace will never attain it.

We must ask who or what is seeking peace. Who or what is not at peace or is agitated with present circumstances.

Nov 28 2009

21mins

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Going with the flow

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When we stop resisting life and begin to go with the flow, peace finds it's place in our lives.

Jan 09 2006

9mins

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what to do with feeling lonely

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We look into being lonely and other fun stuff!

Mar 18 2007

21mins

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Am I Awake?

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Meditation, Self Awareness, Healing, Spirituality and Peace

Oct 11 2019

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Embracing the Chaotic, Crazy, Weirdness

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Embracing the wacky, craziness that is our world.

May 13 2019

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A Podcast About No One

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A podcast about nothing and no one.

Jan 28 2019

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The Buddha Never Charged $29.95

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There are no steps to enlightenment or nirvana and no one can take you there.

Jul 17 2018

28mins

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No One Gets Out of Here Enlightened

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In this podcast I take a look at the big questions yet again. Who am I? What am I? Can I become enlightened? Will I ever be happy, whole and complete? How do I get rind of discontent, desire and confusion. It's easy really, just lose yourself.

Get cool stuff and get involved in the production costs for the book and the guided meditations. https://www.patreon.com/aquietmind

Mar 10 2018

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Wow! This spiritual stuff is really great but...

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In this episode of A Quiet Mind I will be smashing some paradigms of spirituality, enlightenment and do-goodery.

Get cool stuff and get involved in the production costs for the book and the guided meditations. https://www.patreon.com/aquietmind

May 22 2017

45mins

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A Walk in the Woods

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Take a walk in the woods.

Feb 25 2017

40mins

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Just Be. Just be yourself.

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There's no "doing" necessary to be YOU.

Jul 22 2016

18mins

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A guided meditation.

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A guided meditation using the sounds of nature to calm the mind

Mar 17 2015

27mins

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Failure, the Other F Word

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Life is difficult. There is pain and suffering and at times there is a deep misery or depression beyond our control. Sometimes we fail and sometimes the world just kicks our ass.

It's ok to fail, forget, blow it, lose it and fall. To move forward we must allow ourselves to look the fool, to trip up and make mistakes. The saying goes, fall six times and get up seven but no one tells you how long you can stay down. I say, stay down as long as you need to and you'll know when to get back up.

Just know this: what keeps us down is how we talk to ourselves in our heads. Watch out for self deprecating thoughts and actions but don't try to use positive mantras to get up again. Your job is to just watch and observe where the thoughts come from and become aware of how you may be sustaining your own failures by your thinking patterns.

We can move forward without the harsh inner critic and the condescending mind chatter. Be aware of the difficulties in going against the stream of normalcy and learn how to coast where you need to coast.

Things to remember:

We don't need to feel bliss to be ok in life. That type of thinking denotes that there is someone who is feeling bliss and someone who is not. Bliss just is and we are that.

Create time to be natural and discover what the natural state is without using the mind to define what is natural.

Give yourself permission to fail.

Watch out for holding on to expectations of perfection.

See that it's all perfect when the judgements and expectations are silent.

In life we are goal driven and it's ok to have a goal to pay the bills and put food on the table but we should be weary of holding onto goals of being a perfect person.

Observe without taking notes and labeling your progress. Just watch the one who watches. Once we start to become aware of the witness inside, the pure awareness that we are, we can experience the non dual (our natural state) first hand.

Feb 12 2015

15mins

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Everythings gonna be ok

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Reminders on the path

Don't worry so much.
Just relax.
You're only doing the best you can.
Fully embrace every aspect of who you are right now.
Rest in being here right now.
Decided to feel good.
Don't try so hard.
Just stop
Just sit
Just be yourself
Be the ONE
When sitting in meditation be comfortable, don't try to meditate.
Watch your breath go in and out.
If you have thoughts, no problem just keep sitting.
If your butt hurts that's fine just keep sitting.
If you can't sit, just sit anyway.

Jul 15 2014

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So you want a quiet mind eh?

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Once upon a time there was a thought, and the thought was, "a quiet mind is all you need." A quiet mind is all anyone needs to feel happy, peaceful, whole and complete. If your mind just stops and becomes still, what remains? It’s simple really and anyone can see this. What remains is quiet and quiet by its very nature is peaceful and peace is nice. Peace feels good, it feels serene, and who doesn't like serene?

Boy oh boy, what a crazy thought (to quiet the mind) because now there was a goal and a mission, an impossible mission at that. I must tell you, if you give the hyper analytical mind of an obsessive being such as myself a goal, you better watch out because it will stop at nothing to achieve said goal. So began the twenty year quest to achieve the impossible, to achieve having a quiet mind.

What a wonderful journey it has been. I have seen so much and learned so much. I'm literally bursting with things to share with you at this plateau of understanding, you the listeners, you the fellow travelers. If I haven't said it before or often enough, I want to say it again and again. Thank you, fellow adventurer from the bottom of my heart for being here, for being my listening ears. I bow to you all with the deepest, heartfelt gratitude. Without you my friends, I would never have been able to make such a difficult journey.

How can one achieve a quiet mind and feel peace, happiness and contentment all the time? Those questions and many others will be answered in this next series of podcasts that will deal directly with how to quiet your mind. What do you need to do? All you need to do is show up and listen. I’m here to remind you that you are what you seek and happiness is your true nature. We are THAT and a quiet mind can bring peace, happiness and contentment to your life. Is that the end? No I think it's only a good start but it's a powerful start. So together let’s do this thing.

Jun 13 2014

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Lizard Brain is Behind the Wheel

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Do you have lizard brain behind the wheel? Scared? Fearful? Angry? Defensive? This podcast addresses our survival instinct we may have while driving and how we can evolve beyond a scared reptile into a calm, kind and compassionate traveler. Know the warning signs of lizard brain driving:

  • Feeling a lack of control
  • Anger
  • Rage
  • Feeling trapped or powerless
  • Feeling suppressed
  • Outbursts of anger like shouting, cursing
  • Using your car like a shell or shield for protection
  • Using your car as a weapon or threat
  • Identify with your car as an extension of you

You are not your car; this is not your hermit shell that needs protection. Do you want to defend your car and your opinion or do you want to feel peaceful and calm in this moment? Remember you are not your story, your feelings, emotions, thoughts or possessions. You are something much bigger than that. Your co-pilot is calm.

Jul 06 2013

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The Highway 101 Blues

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It's Monday morning and your late again. Your stuck in bumper to bumper traffic and losing it. That jerk in the convertible just cut you off and that crazy person behind you is ridding your ass. Your trapped behind a Wal-Mart truck that is spewing diesel fumes into your passenger side widow making you choke and tear up. The widows rolled down because the air conditioner is on the fritz again and your spritzing like an animal. You can feel the rage beginning to build up inside you.

It's hot, smelly, overcrowded and insane. Your on the edge…

How can you possibly meditate or relax in this situation? Listen to this podcast to learn some ways to help you navigate through the chaos and noise. Explore some innate abilities that help you cope and relive your suffering, dis-ease and stress.

Jun 08 2013

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Heart Mind

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When the attachment to thoughts subsides our mind naturally gets quiet and we begin to experience gaps between thoughts. In these gaps we can hear the soft -spoken voice of the heart. This soft-spoken voice is a compass, that can point us to the direction we need to travel - inward.

In life sometimes we need guidance and advice so we may look outward to our friends and family for counsel and wisdom. My advice to you is this, seek the inward path to your own inner teacher, it’s there for us at anytime and any place. This guide has always been there within us we were born with it, at times it’s just difficult or impossible to hear. The voice of the heart is quiet, soft and non intrusive. On the other had the external noises of life are often so harsh and loud that the soto voice of our heart is drowned out completely.

What can we do to hear our inner guidance? Daily seek a place of solitude and calm and simply stop. Set everything down. Be still. Take several long slow deep breathes in and out. Allow yourself to settle. Each day we have the opportunity to acknowledge this inner stillness and the soft voice of our can our heart-mind. Each day we can make this moment of stillness a priority. It’s up to us.

Feb 11 2013

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Happiness Now

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In every moment there is the opportunity to see that your true nature is happiness. There is no need to seek for what is already yours. The treasure is within you.

  • Spend quiet time alone contemplating nothingness
  • See that you are perfect in this moment
  • Accept things as they are and be gracious
  • Change is a constant
  • Thoughts will come and go
  • You are much bigger than you know
  • Practice being still
  • The felling you have that everything is OK is not wishful thinking
  • In the morning be aware of the morning Grinch telling you that everything is miserable, you are miserable, it's all miserable.
  • Who or what is that voice inside you?
  • Enquire, be curious and know your true Self

Oct 01 2012

25mins

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How to Wake Up

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Everyone wants a clear and concise "how to wake up" method, this is impossible without the willingness of the participant to jump in and take the necessary risks to give up their old ways of thinking and seeing.

The Podcast is at the bottom of the article

If you want to know the truth about who you really are and what this is really all about you have to be willing to give up the old methods, to reach beyond thought and thinking mind and to take the dive into the unknown.

You must ask yourself, “What do I want?” and then be willing to risk it all to have that.

So what do you want? If you want peace, happiness and serenity, what are you willing to give up to have that?

Are you willing to give up your attachment to thoughts, memories, concepts, judgements and beliefs to have peace?
Sacrifice is part of the path of no path.

You don’t have to give up everything and walk into the woods (though I’ve done that) to discover the truth, but you may have to give up trying to think your way to the truth. There comes a time when we have to leave behind our precious beliefs and open to newness.
I’m not talking about Robert’s way, I’m talking about rediscovering your own innate wisdom, happiness, and contentment that you arrived with.
I can only point to this truth and MY way means nothing at all.

All I ask of you is this -

  • Can you look deeply into your own heartmind and see that you had it all along, that nothing is broken in you and nothing needs to be fixed.
  • Your OK
  • The way to IT is simple.
  • It’s down beneath the thinking mind and it’s found in silence.

Find us on Facebook.

Listen below

Jul 26 2012

8mins

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Returning to Intimacy

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Return to the one that is not touched by the circumstances of the world. The one that lives in this world but not of this world. Drop the meditator, drop the form and just sit without any rigid model. There is no reconnection or creation of an experience or paradigm, it's ordinary and easy to do.

  • Just sit
  • Don't try to do anything
  • Accept, accept , acccept
  • Be compassionate with the mind noises
  • Invite them in for tea and cake
  • Don't try to create a quiet mind
  • Don't try to let go
  • Don't try to do it right
  • Be breathed
  • No special tools required
  • No special words or prayers needed
  • Just be you.
A stillness practice does not need to be another task or your list, just sit and be there with what is and don't resist whatever comes up. Just embrace all arrising phenomenon as it is and sit with what is. You are not here to accomplish anything or get anything right,  just be and remember all thought is just thought and all pain  is arising phenomenon. Breathe and accept. Breathe and be. Breathe and return to intimacy.

Dec 09 2011

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Barking Dog Mind

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Do you have a barking dog mind that wont shut up?

Are you trying to distract it with treats, and other bribes?

Do you ignore is barks and try to drown them out with other sounds?

Do you numb out with television, alcohol, food, games, internets or other drugs?

Are you tired of the non stop yapping?

Are you ready to learn how to quiet your inner barking dog?

Then read on.

At present we can observe that we have a very noisy mind, it barks day and night, even in our sleep. We’ve tried a million things to quiet it and it never stops and in most cases it gets even louder. If we can be honest with ourselves and see that the present methods of taming the inner canine have failed then we have reached the first step accepting what is so. Up to this point your methods have failed, or they are temporary and fleeting at best. Can you drop your old ways and open to something new? That is the second step. The third step is to introduce new ways of thinking about your mind barking.

So we have these steps to take.

  • Accepting old methods are not working.

  • Make room for some new ideas

  • Introduce a new way to look at your present state of being.

When we accept things and stop fighting our own minds the brain has a chance to rest and settle. When it settles we can reach a point of clarity and stillness that allows for a certain freshness, a hollowed ground so to speak, a place to plant new seeds?

When we let go of ideas and preferences we can make room for newness to enter into our experience. When our minds are full there is simply no room for new ideas. Can you suspend your beliefs and have an open mind? If so continue on.
Congratulations you have moved on and you are ready to test out some new ideas and concepts. That’s right we are going to test things out for ourselves. A wise teacher once said, “You don’t have to take my word for it. Simply try it for yourself.” And this is very true, we should always try a teaching for ourselves and see if it fits.

New ideas.

  • You are not your thoughts.

  • You are not who you think you are.

  • You can be free from you barking dog mind.

  • Know that most of what we see and experience in others is also barking dog mind.

Presently we think that we are the thoughts that stream through our minds. They come and go and sometimes never leave us alone. These thoughts are just like radio signals, we can choose to tune in, or tune out, or tune off. Can you try out this new way of thinking?
The new way to think is, “I’m not my thoughts, or the voices arising from this mind and I can let them pass”

Try this out for a week and report back to share your insights.

Sep 07 2011

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Ego schmego!

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The invitation to arrive in this moment is constantly being offered to you. It's up to you to take it.

  • Breathing in I accept what is so in this moment.
  • Breathing out I accept what is so in this moment.
  • No resistance to what is so.
  • Just being in this moment radically accepting what is so.
  • Know the rat-mind, from the heart-mind.
  • Embrace the path of no resistance.

The mind wants to believe that we can't live without it and when we begin to see that we can, it's soft underbelly is exposed and vulnerable. In this state it's first reaction is to strike back against it's attacker and use all of it's defense mechanisms. These defense mechanisms come in varied form but in most cases it uses fear as it's primary weapon. It may also use numbing tactics like immersing oneself in a mindless television shows, playing a video games, or getting drunk, or high.

What can we do?

When we use our breath to come home and check in we can catch ourselves before we use a tactic, habit or substance to escape the rat mind. When we catch ourselves before we engage in that habit we can instill this practice, the practice or activity of just observing. Observing silently, without judgment and letting the thoughts pass by. Try sitting today for just two minutes. If your mind say's it's bored, then just sit there and be as bored as you can. Do boredom all the way. If your mind wont stop spinning, just let it spin and don't try to do a thing. Do nothing all the way everyday for just a few minutes. There is no need to have a formal meditation practice, just sit quietly, watch, listen and breath.

Aug 30 2011

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