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Thoughts on relaxation . . . to rejuvenation . . . to contemplation

Here’s a thought I had: I have been putting great emphasis on relaxing recently.  I feel that it is very important and healthy and can lead to deeper things.  Because of this, I tend to have certain viewpoints about it … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘passion centered point of view’

There is something which I call the ‘passion centered point of view’.  It is found in contemplation.  The concept of ‘passion’ began in about 1990.  It was shortly after I discovered the ‘presence’, which I have discussed elsewhere on this … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘contemplation of passion’ – seeking the yearning

A big part of contemplation is the experiencing of passion.   I call this the ‘contemplation of passion’. ‘Passion’ is a word I have used for over 20 years that refers to a sense of a ‘livingness’ or ‘movement’ in life.  It’s like … Continue reading

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Thoughts on discovering what one thinks – ‘Seeking Realization’

I feel that few people know what they think in life.  Most people are told to think certain ways.  Others are led on to think certain things.  Others react to a situation and let that determine what they think.  All … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the passions flow in contemplation

I always speak of something I call ‘passion‘.  This is nothing but a person’s life, really.  By this I mean it’s like some energy or force that is contained within us – our life energy – which makes us live.  … Continue reading

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Thoughts on how males are passionate and females are emotional

For years I have mentioned how I have always disagreed with people who said that the males seem to be cold,  unemotional, and without feelings.  Many people talked like the female was the only person who can ‘feel’ things.  But … Continue reading

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