A discussion community revolving around Eckhart Tolle but not limited to him
It's up to me. I can choose.The "best speed" is whatever speed it takes.
I've figured out what works "good enough" for me in some areas. But some other areas are fresh. My comfort zone have already expanded to a degree and know I have new challenges. I believe it's good to have some heuristic - to know which paths it is best to explore first - based on the wisdom of others; wisdom of wise people. In algorithmics it's called Best First Search. I want clarity. Now I'm confused because I've had a radical change in my inner world today. There's a desperation in me, urge to get things clear again. I don't feel comfortable without clarity. There is a mild panic/frustration in the backgroundThe "best way" is whatever works for you.
Thx, but doesn't resonate. I do it whenever I feel like it. Not regularly. And I don't even know if what I do is called meditation. My life is a spiral.Most people have a meditation practice, or yoga.
Bentinho Massaro. It was probably from here:Sighclone wrote:Can you define Comfort Zone, Panic Zone and Expansion Zone? And the source of those definitions? I think it would help me, and other members answer your questions.
I'd rather call it the Law of Reflection. How you feel inside (your spiritual condition, state of being) is going to be manifested/reflected outside. Like here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQU1nFucCPcSighclone wrote:Bentinho appears to be convinced of the utility / validity of the Law of Attraction. That has been a topic of much discussion here over the last few years...run a search on this forum. There are some arguments against it.
Very true...Sighclone wrote:Check out John Welwood on "Spiritual Bypassing."
26. And [the Messiah] said unto them, "If a man told God that he wanted most of all to help the suffering world, no matter the price to himself, and God answered and told him what he must do, should the man do as he is told?"
27. "Of course, Master!" cried the many. "It should be pleasure for him to suffer the tortures of hell itself, should God ask it!"
28. "No matter what those tortures, no matter how difficult the task?"
29. "Honor to be hanged, glory to be nailed to a tree and burned, if so be that God has asked," said they.
30. "And what would you do," the Master said unto the multitude, "if God spoke directly to your face and said, 'I COMMAND THAT YOU BE HAPPY IN THE WORLD, AS LONG AS YOU LIVE.' What would you do then?"
31. And the multitude was silent, not a voice, not a sound was heard upon the hillsides, across the valleys where they stood.
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