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#4853 - Monday, February 25, 2013 - Editor: Gloria Lee

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    #4853 - Monday, February 25, 2013 - Editor: Gloria Lee The Nonduality Highlights http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NDhighlights/ A mind that is awake,
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      #4853 - Monday, February 25, 2013 - Editor: Gloria Lee
       
       
      "A mind that is awake, intelligent, free,
      why should it need, why should it have
      any 'experience' at all?
      Light is light; it does not ask for more Light."
       
      ~ J Krishnamurti
       
      via Amrita Nadi on Daily Dharma

       
       
       
      Blending with the wind,
      Snow falls;
      Blending with the snow,
      The wind blows.
      By the hearth
      I stretch out my legs,
      Idling my time away
      Confined in this hut.
      Counting the days,
      I find that February, too,
      Has come and gone
      Like a dream.
       
      ~ Taigu Ryokan
       
      Zen Poems, Haiku & Writings on Facebook

       

      "Luckily no spiritual path, when actually practiced, is ever what you thought it
      would be. If it was it would be limited to the size of deluded projection. "
       
      Rumi, Hafiz, said many many things … some sweet as sugar, greeting card
      material, some harsh as flame. To choose the one and ignore the other turns
      spiritual nectar into pabulum. Nisargadatta, Ramana said many things about not
      seeking but they also said many things about the fierce work needed. To give up
      spiritual seeking while preserving other types of seeking is truly lamentable.
      Dzogchen says many things about everything being the play of luminous wisdom
      awareness and also points out the need to differentiate between mind’s nature
      and its confusions .. to play the relative off against the ultimate in order to
      avoid spiritual work is the way to perpetual immaturity. Maturity comes when
      one ceases to use spirituality to gild the bars of the cage, and instead one uses it
      to remove the veils which obscure living realization.
       
      ~ t.k. , a recent talk by traktung yeshe dorje
       

       
      Ed. Note: If you feel you do not have time for all three, the last is "pure gold".
       
       

       
      Incredible interview. This is gold!
       
      David Godman is one of the best articulator of Ramana's teachings, at least to
      the Western conditioned mind. The biggest value here is the revelation that the
      English writings (or translations) describing Ramana's death experience are very
      limited. Once we understood the way Ramana described this in Tamil (or Telugu)
      the whole experience gets a much deeper meaning and makes perfect sense in
      terms of Self Inquiry. Absolute Gold, thank you for posting this.
       
      Andri Lindbergs
       
      RAMANA-David Godman part 1
       
      Ramana -David Godman part 2 (15 min.)
       
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