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Who am I? 90 minutes Online. Do join. 18.00 UK time. Sunday 10 March, 2019. Host is WorldwideInsight

Sunday March 10th 2019. Online.  Led by Christopher Titmuss.
Christopher offers 30 minute meditation instruction, 30 minute teachings, and live Q&A on video.
Offered on dana (donation)
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Myself? Yourself? What self?

Lots of views about the self (or ‘I’) arise.

Every view of the self, of I, might seem real or some views seem real at the time.

We might express a few or many of them.

Here are 35 views. Read slowly, please.

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Favourite Quotes of Sri Ramana Maharshi (1879 – 1950) of Tiruvannamalai, south India

Quotes from the book

TALKS WITH SRI RAMANA MAHARSHI

Between 1935 – 1939

Published by Sri Ramanashramam

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We are impressionable. Such a blessing. Such a challenge. Freedom through seeing the Emptiness of I and My. Transcription of Part Four of Four Inter-Active Modules. Q and A.

On Sunday 12 March 2018, I had an interactive hour on screen with participants worldwide.

Organised by Realize Media (www.realizemedia.org), this course consists of a deep exploration of the Goal of Dharma/spiritual practice. Continue reading 



What is Mindfulness? 26 Definitions

WHAT IS MINDFULNESS?

26 Definitions

The Buddha engaged in the regular application of Mindfulness in his teachings. The Pali word for Mindfulness is Sati. His teachings on mindfulness serve as the primary inspiration for the teachings on mindfulness available in the West  and elsewhere in the world.

Sati conveys remembering what leads up to an experience or situation and the presence of the experience or situation. There is no English equivalent to the word sati. Continue reading 




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