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    Default A bad birdwatchers view of sitting quietly

    I love this. Before I saw Mooji in this viodeo I didnt know
    I had a twin brother. This is the total opposite to going
    astray with the help of traditions, meditation technics,
    spititual pats and such. Simply non meditation, experiencing
    awareness here, this moment, nothing else.

    Like the zen saying: Sitting quietly, doing nothing
    comes spring and the grass grows by itself






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    Default Re: A bad birdwatchers view of sitting quietly

    Simple as that !
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    Default Re: A bad birdwatchers view of sitting quietly

    He has a talent for getting reality across does he not?

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    Default Re: A bad birdwatchers view of sitting quietly

    awesome,thank you.

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    Default Re: A bad birdwatchers view of sitting quietly

    Quote Posted by johnf (here)
    He has a talent for getting reality across does he not?

    Yeah, wotta message. Low and clear. LOL
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    Default Re: A bad birdwatchers view of sitting quietly

    Hi Jorr
    thanks for the video.
    In general
    If the video is viewed on U tube there are quite a few good videos of Mooji.
    One of my friends went to see him in London several years ago and took some of his videos back for me which I much enjoyed.

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    Default Re: A bad birdwatchers view of sitting quietly

    Quote Posted by jorr lundstrom (here)
    I love this. Before I saw Mooji in this viodeo I didnt know
    I had a twin brother. This is the total opposite to going
    astray with the help of traditions, meditation technics,
    spititual pats and such. Simply non meditation, experiencing
    awareness here, this moment, nothing else.

    Like the zen saying: Sitting quietly, doing nothing
    comes spring and the grass grows by itself






    Jorr
    That's a beautiful video Mooji, Jorr. It's nice to see him in a different setting to the usual with the audience.

    Simplicity itself.

    Jeanette

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    Hi Jorr
    thanks for the video.
    In general
    If the video is viewed on U tube there are quite a few good videos of Mooji.
    One of my friends went to see him in London several years ago and took some of his videos back for me which I much enjoyed.

    Regards Chris

    I've never been to see him but he regularly talks in London. Usually £10 at the door.

    Jeanette

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    Default Re: A bad birdwatchers view of sitting quietly

    Here is another video worth watching. LOL




    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfxOn...f5FAAAAAAAAAAA

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    Sincerity in the heart !


    thank you Jorr
    Jeanette

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