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BookReview: Kabbalah: A Neurocognitive Approach to Mystical Experie

Kabbalah: A Neurocognitive Approach to Mystical Experiences By Shahar Arzy and Moshe Idel Yale University Press, 216 pages, $50 Eight hundred years before
medit8ionsociety
Jul 28
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19109

Re: Aliens? Elves? Cosmic elder gods? All three?

Hi Bob - Drug-induced experiences can be used in service of inquiry - just as you say. Inquiry potentially involves all aspects of the human
dan330033
Jul 27
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19108

Re: Aliens? Elves? Cosmic elder gods? All three?

Yo Sri Danji, You're totally right about Realization of (shall we label it) the "Totality" being "... silently aware - through all experiences equally." This
medit8ionsociety
Jul 25
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Re: Aliens? Elves? Cosmic elder gods? All three?

You know - I've seen, heard, and read so much of this same misconception. That some kind of unusual experience is key to realizing that nature of who one is.
dan330033
Jul 24
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19106

Aliens? Elves? Cosmic elder gods? All three?

This article mentions Dr Rick Strassman many times, and as he has been one of the contributors to our newsletter, The Inner Traveler, it was especially
medit8ionsociety
Jul 23
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19105

Re: Does Mindfulness Mean Anything?

FWIW, a dear (departed) friend of ours took a course from Kabat-Zinn (whom I liked to call "Dr. Jon Kabat-Kabat-Kabat." And ended up with a severe crush on
walterhorn
Jul 23
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19104

Re: Does Mindfulness Mean Anything?

Interesting article. Definitely "insight" meditation is defined differently then "mindfulness" meditation - and how "mindfulness" is defined by a particular
dan330033
Jul 22
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Does Mindfulness Mean Anything?

Does Mindfulness Mean Anything? July 21, 2015 9:15 AM ET Adam Frank Emir Memedovski/iStockphoto We are in the middle of a mindfulness revolution. According to
medit8ionsociety
Jul 21
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19102

Re: Fully Present Meditation

Fully present meditation doesn't have a focus. Something to focus on is brought in from the past and by thought. In which case, there is division - division
dan330033
Jul 17
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19101

Re: The porcelain vase and the rose

yup - to have a problem there has to be someone aware of the problem and heading toward a solution in the future - which requires a view of time and time is in
dan330033
Jul 13
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Re: The porcelain vase and the rose

... On 12-07-2015 07:58, dan330033@... mailto:dan330033@... [meditationsocietyofamerica] wrote: And then the new Grand Master walked out of the monastery,
dan330033
Jul 13
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19099

Re: The porcelain vase and the rose

... The conclusion of one-upsmanship.......only for an assessing audience. ... Indeed. It is not Dust to Dust......it was always dust. It is not Pooof getting
Sandeep
Jul 13
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Re: The porcelain vase and the rose

But not including one-upsmanship, apparently. {and with that, {POOF!} this post disintegrates into the eternal void along with all those before it which
walterhorn
Jul 12
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Re: The porcelain vase and the rose

... Including the Grand Master. A lineage which ended in its very birth.
Sandeep
Jul 12
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Re: The porcelain vase and the rose

And then the new Grand Master walked out of the monastery, which immediately crumbled into dust. ... In another version of the same story, one of the disciples
dan330033
Jul 11
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