Category Archives: process

AT THE EDGE OF EXPERIENCE…

Been studying Richard Dixey’s new book, “Searcher Reaches Land’s Limits”, in which he provides running commentary on the book, “Revelations of Mind”, by Tarthang Tulku. Dixey discusses in intricate detail what transpires in the process of perception, from the subconscious … Continue reading

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TIME MARKING …

Ken’s poem about going ‘blue-pendulum’, marking time with each micro-instant swing of attention… I get glimpses myself doing that too, in my own mostly clipped and disjointed way. I’m reminded of what Rinpoche writes about ‘marking time’… “[We may] see … Continue reading

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EDGE OF THE FUTURE…

EDGE OF THE FUTURE… I love to write, and when I do, I am fascinated by the ‘dawn’. Of course, the captivating and compelling beauty of the just rising sun… but in particular, the dawning of form… when at the … Continue reading

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Middle of the Ripple…

MIDDLE OF THE RIPPLE… The practice is to just be in the middle of the ripple. Rinpoche writes: “…the practice of starting in the center. First there is development…Eventually, something is labeled: an object… As soon as there is an … Continue reading

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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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Become a fool without being foolish

Thank you very much to Jack and everybody involved for the new book. Although sometimes my sense is that everything has been said already and it’s time to practice I especially enjoyed the vignette.  Right away it reminded me of … Continue reading

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Delicious

“Finally, remember that knowledge manifests more readily in the unexpected than the presupposed, and is most fully at home in what remains unnamed. Withhold your judgements, aware that not knowing is the real gateway to transformation.” (VOK,65)

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Walkabout, Session 10, Week 5 – An Illustration

This is an illustration of the Walkabout practice of letting “the ‘here’ of ‘I am here’ open into the fullness of space.” If you can, try listening to this song while reading this post as an aid to deepen the … Continue reading

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TSK Ex. 28 – A Cycle of Seeing – revisited

Early on in my TSK studies one of the important exercises for understanding space, the knowing process, and loosening assumptions about the ‘weighty’ and fixed ideas of self & identity was The Giant Body exercises. Later, I found The Cycle … Continue reading

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Article – Do We Know What We See?

This short article seems to fit nicely with the theme of our course… Beyond What is So… and our questions regarding ‘acts of positioning’ and ‘timed-out meanings’. Wall Street Journal article… Do We Know What We See? http://online.wsj.com/articles/do-we-know-what-we-see-an-experiment-sows-doubt-1406820378

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