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    You make me want to watch " Into the wild" again.
    You make me want to go there (again). But we will not die.

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    Quote Posted by Guish (here)
    You make me want to watch " Into the wild" again.
    You make me want to go there (again). But we will not die.


    Hi Friend,

    Would you take me with you? Something for you.




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    Come into the mountains dear friend,
    Leave society and get close to nature.
    Your everyday games will be insignificant.
    Notice the clouds spontaneously forming patterns,
    and try to do that with your life.


    -Susan Schutz

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    one of my faves off the into the wild soundtrack...



    truth and balance
    TRUTH and BALANCE

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    Quote Posted by william r sanford72 (here)
    one of my faves off the into the wild soundtrack...



    truth and balance

    Totally agree.

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    Quote Posted by Guish (here)
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    Quote Posted by Guish (here)
    You make me want to watch " Into the wild" again.
    You make me want to go there (again). But we will not die.
    Hi Friend,

    Would you take me with you?
    Happy about your nice post, Guish. Yes, sometimes it's good to go together. Sometimes one has to go alone. See you and much love to you, g.

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    Quote Posted by Iloveyou (here)
    Quote Posted by Guish (here)
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    Quote Posted by Guish (here)
    You make me want to watch " Into the wild" again.
    You make me want to go there (again). But we will not die.
    Hi Friend,

    Would you take me with you?
    Happy about your nice post, Guish. Yes, sometimes it's good to go together. Sometimes one has to go alone. See you and much love to you, g.

    Hugs.

    Here is something more.


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    “Your life will be transformed when you make peace with your shadow. The caterpillar will become a breathtakingly beautiful butterfly. You will no longer have to pretend to be someone you're not. You will no longer have to prove you're good enough. When you embrace your shadow you will no longer have to live in fear. Find the gifts of your shadow and you will finally revel in all the glory of your true self. Then you will have the freedom to create the life you have always desired.”

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    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

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    There is an ancient and well-kept secret to happiness which the Great Ones have known for centuries. They rarely talk about it, but they use it all the time, and it is fundamental to good mental health. This secret is called The Fine Art of Not Being Offended. In order to truly be a master of this art, one must be able to see that every statement, action and reaction of another human being is the sum result of their total life experience to date. In other words, the majority of people in our world say and do what they do from their own set of fears, conclusions, defenses and attempts to survive. Most of it, even when aimed directly at us, has nothing to do with us. Usually, it has more to do with all the other times, and in particular the first few times, that this person experienced a similar situation, usually when they were young.



    Yes, this is psychodynamic. But let’s face it, we live in a world where psychodynamics are what make the world go around. An individual who wishes to live successfully in the world as a spiritual person really needs to understand that psychology is as spiritual as prayer. In fact, the word psychology literally means the study of the soul.

    All of that said, almost nothing is personal. Even with our closest loved ones, our beloved partners, our children and our friends. We are all swimming in the projections and filters of each other’s life experiences and often we are just the stand-ins, the chess pieces of life to which our loved ones have their own built-in reactions. This is not to dehumanize life or take away the intimacy from our relationships, but mainly for us to know that almost every time we get offended, we are actually just in a misunderstanding. A true embodiment of this idea actually allows for more intimacy and less suffering throughout all of our relationships. When we know that we are just the one who happens to be standing in the right place at the right psychodynamic time for someone to say or do what they are doing—we don’t have to take life personally. If it weren’t us, it would likely be someone else.

    This frees us to be a little more detached from the reactions of people around us. How often do we react to a statement of another by being offended rather than seeing that the other might actually be hurting? In fact, every time we get offended, it is actually an opportunity to extend kindness to one who may be suffering—even if they themselves do not appear that way on the surface. All anger, all acting out, all harshness, all criticism, is in truth a form of suffering. When we provide no Velcro for it to stick, something changes in the world. We do not even have to say a thing. In fact, it is usually better not to say a thing. People who are suffering on the inside, but not showing it on the outside, are usually not keen on someone pointing out to them that they are suffering. We do not have to be our loved one’s therapist. We need only understand the situation and move on. In the least, we ourselves experience less suffering and at best, we have a chance to make the world a better place.

    This is also not to be confused with allowing ourselves to be hurt, neglected or taken advantage of. True compassion does not allow harm to ourselves either. But when we know that nothing is personal, a magical thing happens. Many of the seeming abusers of the world start to leave our lives. Once we are conscious, so-called abuse can only happen if we believe what the other is saying. When we know nothing is personal, we also do not end up feeling abused. We can say, “Thank you for sharing,” and move on. We are not hooked by what another does or says, since we know it is not about us. When we know that our inherent worth is not determined by what another says, does or believes, we can take the world a little less seriously. And if necessary, we can just walk away without creating more misery for ourselves or having to convince the other person that we are good and worthy people.

    The great challenge of our world is to live a life of contentment, regardless of what other people do, say, think or believe. The fine art of not being offended is one of the many skills for being a practical mystic. Though it may take a lifetime of practice, it is truly one of the best kept secrets for living a happy life.

    Author: Shanka Herath.
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    Quote Posted by Guish (here)
    There is an ancient and well-kept secret to happiness which the Great Ones have known for centuries. They rarely talk about it, but they use it all the time, and it is fundamental to good mental health. This secret is called The Fine Art of Not Being Offended. In order to truly be a master of this art, one must be able to see that every statement, action and reaction of another human being is the sum result of their total life experience to date. In other words, the majority of people in our world say and do what they do from their own set of fears, conclusions, defenses and attempts to survive. Most of it, even when aimed directly at us, has nothing to do with us. Usually, it has more to do with all the other times, and in particular the first few times, that this person experienced a similar situation, usually when they were young.



    Yes, this is psychodynamic. But let’s face it, we live in a world where psychodynamics are what make the world go around. An individual who wishes to live successfully in the world as a spiritual person really needs to understand that psychology is as spiritual as prayer. In fact, the word psychology literally means the study of the soul.

    All of that said, almost nothing is personal. Even with our closest loved ones, our beloved partners, our children and our friends. We are all swimming in the projections and filters of each other’s life experiences and often we are just the stand-ins, the chess pieces of life to which our loved ones have their own built-in reactions. This is not to dehumanize life or take away the intimacy from our relationships, but mainly for us to know that almost every time we get offended, we are actually just in a misunderstanding. A true embodiment of this idea actually allows for more intimacy and less suffering throughout all of our relationships. When we know that we are just the one who happens to be standing in the right place at the right psychodynamic time for someone to say or do what they are doing—we don’t have to take life personally. If it weren’t us, it would likely be someone else.

    This frees us to be a little more detached from the reactions of people around us. How often do we react to a statement of another by being offended rather than seeing that the other might actually be hurting? In fact, every time we get offended, it is actually an opportunity to extend kindness to one who may be suffering—even if they themselves do not appear that way on the surface. All anger, all acting out, all harshness, all criticism, is in truth a form of suffering. When we provide no Velcro for it to stick, something changes in the world. We do not even have to say a thing. In fact, it is usually better not to say a thing. People who are suffering on the inside, but not showing it on the outside, are usually not keen on someone pointing out to them that they are suffering. We do not have to be our loved one’s therapist. We need only understand the situation and move on. In the least, we ourselves experience less suffering and at best, we have a chance to make the world a better place.

    This is also not to be confused with allowing ourselves to be hurt, neglected or taken advantage of. True compassion does not allow harm to ourselves either. But when we know that nothing is personal, a magical thing happens. Many of the seeming abusers of the world start to leave our lives. Once we are conscious, so-called abuse can only happen if we believe what the other is saying. When we know nothing is personal, we also do not end up feeling abused. We can say, “Thank you for sharing,” and move on. We are not hooked by what another does or says, since we know it is not about us. When we know that our inherent worth is not determined by what another says, does or believes, we can take the world a little less seriously. And if necessary, we can just walk away without creating more misery for ourselves or having to convince the other person that we are good and worthy people.

    The great challenge of our world is to live a life of contentment, regardless of what other people do, say, think or believe. The fine art of not being offended is one of the many skills for being a practical mystic. Though it may take a lifetime of practice, it is truly one of the best kept secrets for living a happy life.

    Author: Shanka Herath.
    Good one Guish,

    I like this from ACIM....This isn't word for word.


    Anytime you meet someone, the appropriate response is, to see them with Love,
    or see them as making a call for Love.

    Namaste
    b
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    Quote Posted by Grizz Griswold (here)
    Quote Posted by Guish (here)
    There is an ancient and well-kept secret to happiness which the Great Ones have known for centuries. They rarely talk about it, but they use it all the time, and it is fundamental to good mental health. This secret is called The Fine Art of Not Being Offended. In order to truly be a master of this art, one must be able to see that every statement, action and reaction of another human being is the sum result of their total life experience to date. In other words, the majority of people in our world say and do what they do from their own set of fears, conclusions, defenses and attempts to survive. Most of it, even when aimed directly at us, has nothing to do with us. Usually, it has more to do with all the other times, and in particular the first few times, that this person experienced a similar situation, usually when they were young.



    Yes, this is psychodynamic. But let’s face it, we live in a world where psychodynamics are what make the world go around. An individual who wishes to live successfully in the world as a spiritual person really needs to understand that psychology is as spiritual as prayer. In fact, the word psychology literally means the study of the soul.

    All of that said, almost nothing is personal. Even with our closest loved ones, our beloved partners, our children and our friends. We are all swimming in the projections and filters of each other’s life experiences and often we are just the stand-ins, the chess pieces of life to which our loved ones have their own built-in reactions. This is not to dehumanize life or take away the intimacy from our relationships, but mainly for us to know that almost every time we get offended, we are actually just in a misunderstanding. A true embodiment of this idea actually allows for more intimacy and less suffering throughout all of our relationships. When we know that we are just the one who happens to be standing in the right place at the right psychodynamic time for someone to say or do what they are doing—we don’t have to take life personally. If it weren’t us, it would likely be someone else.

    This frees us to be a little more detached from the reactions of people around us. How often do we react to a statement of another by being offended rather than seeing that the other might actually be hurting? In fact, every time we get offended, it is actually an opportunity to extend kindness to one who may be suffering—even if they themselves do not appear that way on the surface. All anger, all acting out, all harshness, all criticism, is in truth a form of suffering. When we provide no Velcro for it to stick, something changes in the world. We do not even have to say a thing. In fact, it is usually better not to say a thing. People who are suffering on the inside, but not showing it on the outside, are usually not keen on someone pointing out to them that they are suffering. We do not have to be our loved one’s therapist. We need only understand the situation and move on. In the least, we ourselves experience less suffering and at best, we have a chance to make the world a better place.

    This is also not to be confused with allowing ourselves to be hurt, neglected or taken advantage of. True compassion does not allow harm to ourselves either. But when we know that nothing is personal, a magical thing happens. Many of the seeming abusers of the world start to leave our lives. Once we are conscious, so-called abuse can only happen if we believe what the other is saying. When we know nothing is personal, we also do not end up feeling abused. We can say, “Thank you for sharing,” and move on. We are not hooked by what another does or says, since we know it is not about us. When we know that our inherent worth is not determined by what another says, does or believes, we can take the world a little less seriously. And if necessary, we can just walk away without creating more misery for ourselves or having to convince the other person that we are good and worthy people.

    The great challenge of our world is to live a life of contentment, regardless of what other people do, say, think or believe. The fine art of not being offended is one of the many skills for being a practical mystic. Though it may take a lifetime of practice, it is truly one of the best kept secrets for living a happy life.

    Author: Shanka Herath.
    Good one Guish,

    I like this from ACIM....This isn't word for word.


    Anytime you meet someone, the proper response, is to see them with Love,
    or see them as making a call for Love.

    Namaste
    b
    I agree. Everyone has a role to play in one's spiritual development. I view this article as an extension of "act and not react". No action is the best action in many cases where you intuitively know that helping won't help. For example, some people can't control their anger and they need to vent it. It's useless to make that person think about his/her anger at that time. Let the person calm down first. After that, one can discuss in an objective way without making it personal. There are many ways of looking at it, I guess.

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    Hi Friends,

    One that is simple and yet deep.

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    Looks like I'll be hanging around less now as school resumes on Monday. It was great to be involved with all of you.

    Cheers,
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    Quote Posted by Guish (here)
    I agree. Everyone has a role to play in one's spiritual development. I view this article as an extension of "act and not react". No action is the best action in many cases where you intuitively know that helping won't help. For example, some people can't control their anger and they need to vent it. It's useless to make that person think about his/her anger at that time. Let the person calm down first. After that, one can discuss in an objective way without making it personal. There are many ways of looking at it, I guess.

    Thanks Guish,
    Another way, by not personalizing, not attaching it to the I/Me/My there is little reason to react.
    We are so stuck on our own personal selves, we usually give something harshly said, a huge meaning
    and see it as being said to Me/I then there is like a huge file of resentments, past events or past programming
    that we connect to it. It can ruin the whole day, or were thinking, how can I get this guy back for saying that?
    Even though the guy who said it, might be so stoned, he didn't even know who we were, or even who he was

    We all need to let that kind of thing go, not personalize it, it just happens.
    We don't take personally, what the crazy man says, cussing to himself,
    walking down the sidewalk. Or the traffic, just because sometimes it's loud.
    It just happens.

    When we react and it ruins our peace of mind, it's a signal, like the idiot light on
    the dash of our car, somethings wrong.
    For us it's the sign, we're too stuck on our own self...the I/Me/My

    Namaste
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    Quote Posted by Grizz Griswold (here)
    Quote Posted by Guish (here)
    I agree. Everyone has a role to play in one's spiritual development. I view this article as an extension of "act and not react". No action is the best action in many cases where you intuitively know that helping won't help. For example, some people can't control their anger and they need to vent it. It's useless to make that person think about his/her anger at that time. Let the person calm down first. After that, one can discuss in an objective way without making it personal. There are many ways of looking at it, I guess.

    Thanks Guish,
    Another way, by not personalizing, not attaching it to the I/Me/My there is little reason to react.
    We are so stuck on our own personal selves, we usually give something harshly said, a huge meaning
    and see it as being said to Me/I then there is like a huge file of resentments, past events or past programming
    that we connect to it. It can ruin the whole day, or were thinking, how can I get this guy back for saying that?
    Even though the guy who said it, might be so stoned, he didn't even know who we were, or even who he was

    We all need to let that kind of thing go, not personalize it, it just happens.
    We don't take personally, what the crazy man says, cussing to himself,
    walking down the sidewalk. Or the traffic, just because sometimes it's loud.
    It just happens.

    When we react and it ruins our peace of mind, it a signal, like the idiot light on
    the dash of our car, somethings wrong.
    For us it's the sign, we're too stuck on our own self...the I/Me/My

    Namaste
    b
    Thanks Barry.
    What did Budha do to attain enlightenment?

    He did not react. He was tempted by lust, greed and power but he did not react. He sat there knowing that everything was unimportant. I had a strange 1 hour meditation session today. My mind kept wandering and fighting as if it was my first meditation session. My body had a few uncontrolled violent movements. Kundalini again?Yet, I'm not getting disturbed by it. Everything challenges your inner peace but they also push you a level up in your spiritual path. Is that not great?

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    truth and balance.
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