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April 28 2017

„Boże, użycz mi pogody ducha, abym godził się z tym, czego nie mogę zmienić; odwagi, abym zmieniał to, co mogę zmienić i szczęścia, aby mi się jedno z drugim nie popieprzyło”.
— Stephen King
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* ✫ . ˚ ✵ · some space things ⊹ . ˚ ⋆ . · . 

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Prawdziwa duchowość widzi tego samego Ducha w każdej formie, pod każdą nazwą i postacią, w każdym systemie symbolicznym. Potrafi łączyć i wychodzić ponad podziały widząc podobieństwa na poziomie wyższego porządku. Natomiast duchowość niedojrzała patrzy w sposób dzielący Ducha, wybierając lepsze symbole, lepsze postacie, lepsze systemy itd, co oczywiście każe negować i gardzić "gorszymi". Tymczasem wszelkie wartościowanie i dzielenie form duchowych wzmacnia iluzje umysłu i generuje cierpienie, to cały czas myślenie ego, a nie wyższej świadomości.
— Nakarmić swoje demony - Tsultrim Allione
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Złośliwe demony i demonice, tworzące niezliczone udręki i przeszkody, wydają się prawdziwe, zanim człowiek osiągnie oświecenie; ale gdy urzeczywistni swą prawdziwą naturę, zamieniają się w Strażników. A dzięki ich pomocy i wsparciu osiągnąć można nieprzebrane zasługi.
— Milarepa - wielki jogin tybetański (1052 -1135)
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For example, the British will say "have you had breakfast this morning," but Americans will often say "did you have breakfast this morning." There is no difference in grammar; the difference is in the fact that Americans often think of the morning as being past history, whereas the British tend to see breakfast as still being part of the day, at least for a longer time than Americans do. Both groups use the past simple to describe things that they perceive to be unconnected with the present, and both groups use the present perfect to describe things that they perceive to be connected with the present. The difference is in the perception, not the grammar.
The present perfect in American English (AE). | Antimoon Forum
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April 27 2017

Do you ever pause and ask yourself: “What am I doing right now?”

Our attention to the present moment of awareness is constantly being hijacked by technology, other people, and our ego. Imagine yourself in your room looking at a computer, staring at your phone, numbly locked on a television. Now imagine your body in that situation, doing the exact same thing, and remove the distraction. What a mummy we’ll find: A hungry soul suckling digital milk from the glass nipple of technology.

The constant absorption of input causes anxiety and a distance from one’s own mind. There’s so much internal space, time and beauty to be found in the present moment of awareness. If we spend all of our time distracted by the fuzzing chatter of the external world, we can’t experience the richness of now.

Technology isn’t bad of course. It’s incredible. It’s one of the most mind-bending things that has emerged from us humans. It’s so good in fact that we can’t put it down. It’s all a matter of balance. A glass of wine with dinner enhances the meal, but two bottles makes us ill.

Give yourself a break a few times a day and ask yourself: “What am I doing right now?”

When you break free from the noise, it’s like pulling your head from under water. Lift you head up and breathe now and then. Gift yourself: Take 10 breaths in and out without distraction. This will help keep scar tissue from growing over the plug that connects us to the matrix.

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— Cory Allen
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the art of letting go
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