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Relative Truth. Ultimate Truth. A Talk to the International Sangha. Hosted by Sangha Live. Sunday 5 June 2022.

This is a transcription, edit, adaption, plus additional sentences, from a recorded session. I gave this guided meditation and talk during a 90-minute Zoom session on Dharma teachings hosted by Sangha Live on 5 June 2022 on the theme of Relative and Ultimate Truth. Continue reading 



The Power of Mindfulness. 30 Definitions

We can reflect on mindfulness and appreciate a diversity of ways to define mindfulness.

Here are 30 definitions.

 If a one, two or a handful of ways resonate, it might be worthwhile to remember (be mindful of) those that currently resonate.

In Alphabetical Order): Continue reading 



HAPPY NEW YEAR. What New Year? It’s All in the Mind. What a Relief!

Happy New Year to all Readers.

Yesterday (New Year’s Eve), the lovely waiter asked me in my local coffee shop if I had any plans for New Year’s Eve. I smiled and responded. “I do have one commitment for the evening.” Continue reading 



Is Spirituality Superficial, Out-of-Touch and Lost in Slogans?

If you google Images, spiritual quotes, happiness quotes or positive affirmations, you will find thousands.

Human beings have the potential for inner change and for making wise changes in the outer world. Most make wise changes through sharing their experiences with others, listening to others, as well as looking into themselves. We can learn much from their insights and our willingness to engage in meaningful change. You might think inner change comes entirely through yourself and through your own efforts. There is no evidence for this. Inner change comes through a range of conditions, not bound up with the self, with the ego. Continue reading 



Who am I? 40 Common Views About Ourselves with Brief Commentary

Every view of I am might seem real, unreal or both at different times.

We might express a few views listed below of I am or many of them.

If a view is problematic about one ‘self’ or ‘another,’ then explore another view(s). Continue reading 




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