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The Sweaty Filled Art of Awakening; plus, Too Much "SurvivorMan"

InSights from yesterday’s SnowShoe Workout on “Secret Mesa” (it’s really not called “Secret Mesa”…i just like calling stuff “Secret”…always have: In order to increase the potentiality for spiritual awakening, the wise aspirant regularly seeks austere and ego-humbling exercise, preferably in remote mountain arenas and without the distractions of others or the comforts of too much […]

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Karma Dharma

Published on Dec 05, 2007 by in DharmaTalk

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Karma Dharma

Karma means that whatever we do, with our bodies, speech, or minds, will have a corresponding result. Each action, even the smallest, is pregnant with its consequences. It is said by the masters that even a little poison can cause death, and even a tiny seed can become a huge tree. And as Buddha said: […]

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Dewa Dharma; A 2 1/2 Month Old’s Translation of "Humpty Dumpty"

i took this picture of my 90 day-old baby-daughter-Teacher, Dewa, yesterday after She absolutely schooled my lame ass on the metaphysical and yogic translation of one of our most common Nursery Rhymes. (click photo for even a greater amount of cuteness) At first, when Ananda and i started to read the popular Nursery Rhymes to […]

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"Lose Yourself In Love" – – plus, my most important PostScript yet…

On Nov 25, 2007, at 6:14 PM, Mike Singer wrote: Noble Coach, Heartfelt thanks for your WF Blessed Mala empowerments. I’m looking forward to receiving them, and to using them in my meditation practice. When I read your question in today’s DL… “How does one transcend the awareness of the objects; how does one annihilate […]

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Tearing Off My Mask; Expand or Remain a Zombie Floating In Between Realms…

i don’t know why They give these ‘fitness guru’ jobs to us chumps. i really don’t. for 25 years i’ve somehow masqueraded around this Outer World as some form or another as a type of fitness, or worse, a spiritual expert. of course, to some degree, i’ve perpetuated this guise; you know, the unmatched sport […]

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Our Task Is To Strike A Balance…

Published on Nov 01, 2007 by in DharmaTalk

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Our Task Is To Strike A Balance…

Taking life seriously does not mean spending our whole lives meditating as if we were living in the Himalaya Mountains or in the old days in Tibet. In the modern world, we have to work to earn our living, but we should not get entangled in a nine-to-five existence, where we live without any view […]

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Of Our Practical Spiritual Fitness…

as a yogi – one who seeks Union over separation,struggle comes often in attempting tolive by Direct Experience instead of second-handedopinions and ‘book knowledge.’ Of the relative Truth which visits my feeble Awareness, extraction of Truth from the eon-fashionedveils of my ignorance, is a Herculean task each amazing day. a taskin which i take supreme […]

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Conscientious Kindness; The Go-To Lifestyle Practice of WF

Most Cherished Sangha, my heart opens as i sit beside these falling aspen leaves. facilitating and corresponding with so many beautiful Warriors worldwidewho sense the necessity of a balanced personal fitness Practice like WFis truly, truly a Great Blessing. here is what does not matter:regardless of how elegantly,prolifically,ferociously,intelligently,and sweatfully i attempt to Teach and Transmit […]

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