Is awareness supposed to help?

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Re: Is awareness supposed to help?

Post by saad » Fri May 30, 2008 6:41 pm

Thank you :)

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Re: Is awareness supposed to help?

Post by Sighclone » Fri May 30, 2008 6:44 pm

You are welcome, saad. Did you get a copy of 'Gateways to Now?'

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A person is not a thing or a process, but an opening through which the universe manifests. - Martin Heidegger
There is not past, no future; everything flows in an eternal present. - James Joyce

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Re: Is awareness supposed to help?

Post by saad » Fri May 30, 2008 11:35 pm

You know, I've felt great all day, I've just decided to accept pain as it comes, when the pain comes, I notice it and I welcome it, but it doesn't come.

I've completely decided to live and love the pain that comes by...but none has come by, when it does I appreciate its presence, then its no longer pain. I wonder how long I keep this up, in other words, how long will I remember to appreciate pain.

I havn't picked it up yet, I should try to, I only have PON and ANE. I also have 'a course in miracles' which i am only a fraction of the way through.

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Re: Is awareness supposed to help?

Post by Sighclone » Sat May 31, 2008 7:15 am

You know, I've felt great all day, I've just decided to accept pain as it comes, when the pain comes, I notice it and I welcome it, but it doesn't come.
Good job saad...you have a new, important tool to help you grow.

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A person is not a thing or a process, but an opening through which the universe manifests. - Martin Heidegger
There is not past, no future; everything flows in an eternal present. - James Joyce

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