Satisfaction comes by knowing ourselves, not by making ourselves known
Jun23

Satisfaction comes by knowing ourselves, not by making ourselves known

Suppose we see someone who turns head wherever they go. We may naturally want to be similarly well known. This feeling can…

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We are not just potentially spiritual; we are essentially spiritual
Nov17

We are not just potentially spiritual; we are essentially spiritual

“We are potentially spiritual” means that we have the latent capacity to become spiritual. When we refer to our spirituality…

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When the mind functions primarily as a mirror instead of as a window, we gain self-realization
Feb07

When the mind functions primarily as a mirror instead of as a window, we gain self-realization

Suppose a cosmonaut is in a spacecraft that has a window for seeing outside but is pitch-dark inside. Similar is our present…

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Expansion of consciousness opens the self to the self
Jan31

Expansion of consciousness opens the self to the self

When we are so caught in watching a movie as to be oblivious to everything else, our consciousness shrinks to the movie screen.…

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Our conviction that happiness is our right is right
Oct03

Our conviction that happiness is our right is right

We all long for happiness and are deeply convinced that we have a right to be happy. But this conviction runs contrary to our…

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The supposition of subjectivity is sabotaged by the subjectivity of the supposition
Jul07

The supposition of subjectivity is sabotaged by the subjectivity of the supposition

“It may be true for you, but it’s not true for me.” This is the reason many people often give for dismissing scriptural…

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