"walto" <calhorn@...> wrote:
> What a nice passage. Did you write that, Bob? It's really beautiful. Thanks.
Yeah Sri W, and thanks for the kind words. A good friend at work
pointed out that playing in the mud can really be fun. Getting
compliments is also like that. But for sure, after a while,
you better get washed up or all sorts of creepy things will
climb on you and eat you up.
Peace and blessings,
> --- In mailto:meditationsocietyofamerica%40yahoogroups.com, medit8ionsociety <no_reply@> wrote:
> > Use today for your evolution in consciousness,
> > moment to moment to moment. Witness life silently,
> > intently intensely focused
> > No judging, no comparing, no emotional swinging.
> > There will be thoughts flowing by. Let them flow
> > and let them go. Tolerate silence within and without.
> > Aware of your peace being interrupted, just say
> > "Oh well" and reboot to serenity mode. Sing, pray,
> > dance, moving quietly inwardly in any activity.
> > Just as you would let your pet play on a leash,
> > allow your mind to go here and there, but not play
> > in the thorn bushes or the mud. And if it gets stuck
> > or dirty, pluck the thorn out and wash it clean.
> > Hold the leash effortlessly but tightly. This is
> > called Self-control.