4735Re: Top 10 spiritual practices - Karta
- Feb 28, 2003"tosime wrote:
> Teaching for me refers to my training practice. I facilitate variousthis sounds wonderful
> courses. When it comes to interpersonal skills I sometimes feel myself in
> the audience watching my presentation - it is almost an OBE.
> Observing my children is a great delight. It is almost like recreating my
> childhood experiences and understanding them in a new light. My little
> daughter is an expert in "pulling people's strings" she knows just what to
> say or do to get exactly the response she wants - it is awesome.
> The funThanks Tony for making it clear, i
> part for me is watching my reactions being manipulated and deciding whether
> to go with them or pass this time.
> I am curious with the 10 you put for introspection. What is this for you?
re did your questionnaire, since i value
than 'teaching' high. [ i hope i won't get spanked by the police because iam *searching* or some other stupid accusations they issue for those who read, practice meditation, or yoga ]
Introspection i started as kid my mom made me examine and think about the day before falling asleep. Now it means to do some vichara, i think what you listed as *presence* is my main focus
1) Meditation 8
2) Yahoo spiritual groups 3
3) Internet sites 3
4) Spiritual Books 5
5) Introspection 8
6) Presence (Now) 9
7) Observing Nature 4
8) Teaching 7
9) Observing my children ?
10) Church Service 0
>i have the same view Tony as yourselves,
> My view of a spiritual practice is anything that raises your level of
> consciousness. You might have a different
> view, which I would also very
> much like to know.
PRACTICE IS ABOVE ALL no amount of
reading equals to it and meditation
leads to refinement of character and *UNDERSTANDING* aka higher consciousness
ps: i have difficulty meditating now..
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