Category Archives: organization

Questions/Comments—while reading Inside Knowledge

In the light of the aspiration to share the TSK vision with a wider body of readers and students, I found myself wondering why other visions can attract a wider group of adherents. Last Thursday I sat in on a … Continue reading

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but what forms the Logos?

What creates, forms, determines & maintains the Logos? Or how is it created, formed, determined and maintained? Are beings such as hungry ghosts ‘inhabitants’ of a different logos, or simply part of the logos not yet available to awareness? (I think … Continue reading

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Timely musings

I find that when I turn attention ‘Time-wards’ – such as when moving from room to room – it is as though ‘I am time’ – as though time and what ‘I am’ are not separate. In the last 24 … Continue reading

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Inquiry, Speculation, Imagination (Practice Day)

The inquiry asks, “What’s going on in this situation?” I try to apply this especially in the tangle of emotionality and personality described both on p. 66 and in DTS Ex. 3: heavy, fuzzy, hopeless, dull—in the face of a … Continue reading

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A nice Story

I try to translate a few chapters of LOK into German. It is difficult for me to do this, and I need very often to use the dictionary. But it helps to understand each word. Each word, but when I … Continue reading

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Jury Duty

DTS pg 117 from one single thought almost from one single word we can conduct the whole. The above line was my favorite from all the readings so far.  I would like to cut the word “can” from it and … Continue reading

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