It is a continuation of the previous talk Beginning of Big Leap. Here I focus on attitudes of Openness to see the bigger picture and Discerning Intelligence and to understand that no meaningful changes can be accomplished while being victims of Disease.
In this video post is discussed a way of dealing with our emotional reactions to reading, viewing and listening to what happens in the world. As I explained I am switching to such a form of communication because my sight has deteriorated significantly and writing became very difficult.
Introduction We talked in the previous feuilleton how the practice of resting of mind can be expanded from a sitting position to several other activities like walking in a quiet street and simple household chores. It may be challenging at first, but we can eventually master these new situations. However, our life goes far beyond […]
Introduction The previous feuilleton describes how to begin Basic Practice. It requires the practitioner, among other things, to sit in one place in a comfortable, upright posture. That is necessary because, initially, the practice of resting of mind without engaging oneself in ongoing thoughts is unfamiliar, so the avoidance of complications and distractions is important. […]
Introduction The Basic Practice is the main weapon of Therapy, the process of eliminating Disease from our life. As I mentioned in the former feuilleton, our attitude must consider Disease as a pathological state of mind. That is especially important at the beginning of our Therapy, which in this case is Basic Practice. Its importance […]
Introduction As I mentioned already, presenting the beginning of Disease, there is no known pharmaceutical or immunotherapy, which would help cure or prevent it. We should also be aware that Disease tendencies may be inherited from our evolutionary predecessor, the Great Apes. So is it hopeless, are we sentenced to become its victims? Fortunately, the […]