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Wordsworth's "Preludes" and Subjectivity

Just after the turn of the century, I had the privilege of living in Cambridge, England for an academic year with my wife who was doing research at Lucy Cavendish College at Cambridge University.  465 more words

Poetry

Q320. If I attained Enlightenment, would it be useful in my life? And if I did find it useful, would it really be Enlightenment?

A. Enlightenment means realising that everything is empty, which can be compared to recovering from a chronic illness.

When you have recovered from a chronic disease that has tortured you all your life, your life will be so different from and better than your previous life that you may even feel as if you were reborn and living a new life. 132 more words

Zen

Through Darkness Towards Light

These are extraordinary times. I never ever felt like it was truly radical a shift in my surroundings and environment before. Now there is an unmistakable shift happening into a more spiritual dimension which is full of love, light, peace, intelligence, beauty, compassion and understanding. 3,081 more words

Mystery schools: Traversing through realms!

I pay homage to Kuan Yin, Padmasambhava, Nisargadatta, Ramana, St. Rajinder Singh Ji, Jesus, Yogananda,  Buddha and all my spiritual friends for having made me capable of recalling and writing down these. 1,728 more words

Integrating yourself after awakening!

The knowledge which you share out of loving kindness stays with you as light even in the darkest of times. It becomes your guide. It becomes your crystalline spiritual intelligence–therefore, never feel shy of sharing out of love. 1,468 more words

Then And Now

Then, it was learning
A complicated path of confusion
Longing
And eventually, understanding
Who knew there were so many lessons to be taught
Who knew I was so lost and clueless… 22 more words

Poem

786. . . Let Go and Be Free

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Attachment is the root cause of all suffering. – Buddah

i was talking to a woodsman in the forest. he said you know
how to catch a raccoon? 316 more words

Wisdom