That's what meditation is all about. Sitting silently, enjoying yourself, swaying with joy, gliding into the inner world....
(Philosophia Perennis Vol. 1, Ch 5, Q 3)
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A family is at the dinner table.
Atulya presents her animal paintings.
A speech broadcast on April 3, 1965 by Paul Harvey Aurandt (September 4, 1918 – February 28, 2009).
You are being tracked every time you go on the web, writes Kul Bhushan.
"Thinking is not the way to find the truth.
Non-thinking is the way.
Thinking always creates more muddle.
Non-thinking brings clarity, spaciousness, purity and a great straightforward insight. It is not a question of pros and cons; you simply know in what direction you have to go. It is a simple understanding.”
Osho, The Great Zen Master Ta Hui, Ch 3 (excerpt)