Category Archives: Fall 2011 Class Discussions

Try focusing ‘not’ on substance, but on the transition

During the last conference call Jack asked that we take a few moments and try focusing not on substance, but on the transition of the arising, not the specific arising itself. At that time I sat looking out the window … Continue reading

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New semester of TSK

Just putting my foot into the new waters of another TSK class.  Two thoughts have been stimulated by the readings: 1/Existence is not guaranteed by appearance: what a radical insight.  Yet familiar from daily life.  How often have I “known” … Continue reading

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Article – ‘Why Time Seems to Slow Down’

Here’s a link to an interesting article describing a paper in the October 2011 issue of Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin by Edward O’Brien, Phyllis Anastasio and Brad Bushman, which “explores the role of your sense of entitlement on the … Continue reading

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