Tag Archives: Enlightenment

Kindness Begins with a Thought

A movement encouraging “random acts of kindness and senseless acts of beauty” began in the 1980’s in response to a series of events that were characterized as “random acts of violence and senseless acts of cruelty.” Suddenly it was “hip” … Continue reading

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The Two-Fold Path of Metapsychiatry

In Metapsychiatry we are expanding consciousness in two ways. We become aware of the mental climate we have become conditioned and adapted to that has informed our individual way of life, and, we become increasingly aware of what truly Is: … Continue reading

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Letting the Holidays Unfold

It seems clear in the Christmas story of the birth of Jesus that God functions outside the boundaries of conventional thinking. An illegtimate child is born in unsanitary conditions without social connections. What was God thinking? Perhaps the message from … Continue reading

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Intuition Grows Beyond Itself

Intuition is the power of knowing and seeing. Medical intuitives see disease, psychics see the future, individuals intuitively make decisions about relationships, work and life management. Intuition, at first, appears to be a way of knowing that will guide us … Continue reading

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It was Joy, not Suffering that Enlightened the Buddha

Public television is airing a two hour documentary on the Buddha that is highly recommended for anyone interested in joy, enlightenment, the end of suffering and truth realization. It is beautifully produced with delightful graphics that enhance the story. The … Continue reading

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