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WHAT IS POSITIVE TIME?

WHAT IS POSITIVE TIME? “Perhaps we have memories of times when wonderment and wholesome feelings seemed natural; if so, we can invite this presence into our lives. Can we recall positive thoughts and feelings and imprint them in our memory? … Continue reading

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TREES…

“When knowledge becomes a calling that calls us toward our own being, we can discover it in art and music and poetry as well as in rocks and trees and stars. Knowledge is found in all living things, as well … Continue reading

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A way of knowing in search of our true identity

Hayward M. Fox, Ph.D., has written a new article entitled: “A way of knowing in search of our true identity”. He is a clinical psychologist in full time psychotherapy practice for more than forty years, and a long time student … Continue reading

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A Widening Perspective.

Like water flowing from far-off mountains, the lyrical flow of Longchenpa’s “Kindly Bent to Ease Us” laps at the edges of my awareness and I imagine myself being carried along by inner calm and wider perspective. Then I realize that—although … Continue reading

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If not for my ideas, who am I?

From the perspective of ratio…16 has an inner structure, a sequencing from one to 15. Before 16, all is undecided… Along the axes that establish the point, a dynamic hovers between positive and negative, between taking form and going unrealized. … Continue reading

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‘Dimensions of Mind’ by Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche

Between TSK classes, I’m reading ‘Dimensions of Mind’ by Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche. While this is not a TSK book specifically, it is entirely consistent with the essence of inquiry used in the time, space, knowledge vision, in my view. Rinpoche … Continue reading

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Where do you go in your mind to write?

Using inquiry to allow time and space to open knowing… I compose (in part) in my head, an activity I do best over time, not that I’m that great at it. When I do this, it allows my heartfelt intent … Continue reading

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TSK Vision – A View From Everywhere

One of the most concise explanations that I’ve found of just what the TSK vision is came from the Introduction to the book, ‘Inside Knowledge’,** abbreviated below: “The TSK vision invites us to replace our usual focus on individual identities, … Continue reading

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Dear fellow TSK Students

Dear fellow TSK Students, Recently, Michael sent an email to me, Ken, and Hayward saying how much he enjoyed our times together, pointing out how TSK is such an unusual meeting ground, and reflected on how diverse we are, and … Continue reading

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The magic soup

Reacting to what appears and reacting to our reactions, we construct a world based on light as it is reflected off the surface of our constructs. This way of knowing reduces light to substance, inviting a transition to darkness. DTS … Continue reading

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