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Witness
Author Pick, Mindfulness

Witness the relationship to yourself and thoughts 

“The Varaha Upanishad (Part IV) refers to the Bhumika (‘stage of development of wisdom’) which is of the form of pranava (Aum or Om) as formed of or divided into – akāra, ukāra, makāra and ardhmātra, which is on account of the difference of sthula (‘gross’), sukshama (‘subtle’), bija (‘seed’ or ‘causal’) and sakshi (‘witness’) whose avasthas (‘states’) are – ‘waking’, ‘dreaming’, ‘dream-less sleep’ and ‘turiya’. Sakshi which…

fraid rope
Mindfulness, Poetry

Let Go 

Letting go seems to be The last piece blocking me Sitting here I just don’t know How to get back into flow All I can do is sit right here Not focused on things far or near Why do I need to control When the…

The seven
Mindfulness

Uncontrived spaciousness 

With a wide, open mind, the light seeps in. First just a flash, but it grows and throbs. In time, it will begin to highlight everything you see, the world becomes luminous and shiny. Brilliant and beautiful. Sitting at ease, resting in uncontrived spaciousness this…

Not Mine
Mindfulness, Poetry

Not Mine 

When I move I move with the notion That its my own Volition How can it be other Than this Knowing from experience And feedback Knowing from feedback Is circular defense Of my argument for Choice The pattern of choice Is built with feedback As…