Category Archives: embodiment

MORNING TIME…

If you don’t have to, try NOT to blitz the dawn… the unrushed moment can reveal the immensity of ‘zero’, and recognizing that space from which everything unfolds… like that opening when the forgotten is on the tip of the … Continue reading

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Awareness of Awareness (Glimpse 2, Ch. 2)

Look out at an object in the room. Notice being aware of that object. Now notice being aware of seeing. Allow awareness to be interested and aware of itself: awareness resting back to become the subject and the object. Feel … Continue reading

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Light and Buoyancy

For many, many months I’ve been working with memories, and for many weeks Ken, my fellow students and I have also been working with light in numerous ways…light that illuminates, reflects, warms, and guides, and a correlative feeling of buoyancy, … Continue reading

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Opposites in the same Time and Space

As Being… the past is happening still. It seems like an odd thing to say, but there is a sense in which it is a valid observation…when the point holds the whole… conflicting conceptual things can be so… at the … Continue reading

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Close Encounters

The body of knowledge is active and available. One way to touch it is through embodiment. We can touch the Body of Knowledge by focusing on our embodiment directly. With our senses attuned to the world around us, we grow … Continue reading

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Walkabout – Recalling a Memory

The question was posed in our recent conference call: What might be the benefit of using “Recalling a Memory” as a Walkabout exercise? The ‘Walkabout’ concept of inquiry are easy questions that can be explored at any time throughout ordinary … Continue reading

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Distance is Determinative

Distance is determinative: What is situated “somewhere else” is simply out of reach. LOK 387 Once knowledge is placed somewhere else, according to a dichotomizing structure, the gap between antagonistic poles cannot be bridged. In other words, there is no … Continue reading

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A New Kind of Space

An important point in the TSK inquiry can be put in this way: Whatever they happen to be about, and whatever form they take, thoughts communicate “the substantiality of their content.” By insisting on substance, they obscure space freedom. What … Continue reading

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Balance Point of Knowledge

Emerging from the depth of Space, before Time, the diamond-point nimitta of Knowledge arises, sometimes revealing itself in the ‘third eye’ of its devoted servants – and pulses outward to fill all Space; dissolving its servants and everything everywhere into … Continue reading

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The Hospitality of Space

KTS exercise 56 D invites us to see what determines the boundaries of the subject? How is it related to space? Can the self be understood as the allowing one? I would like to tell my experience about it. When … Continue reading

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