Just a note, I will be away for a week in Denmark, will continue posting early July.
Reason or Ratio is a visitor who may be encountered when seeking the “real self” and one’s “best good,” but whether Reason is ourself or another, within us or without is not known.
— St. Augustine (354-430)
The Mind is a metaphor of the world of objects
Ahh, this person has an extensive collection of Esoteric material,check it out.
So Bookult is gone, but fear not! Here are another 4 promising additions to fit the Correspondence Course bill.
Whilst not as extensive and perhaps poorly organized, there is still something for everyone among this hodge podge of e books, correspondence courses and lecture notes. The search continues 🙂
When I was 18 years old, I suffered from anxiety and stomach problems. A compassionate physician and practicing Buddhist referred me to a Taoist monk who specialized in meditation and martial arts. I ended up healing myself of anxiety and stomach issues by doing meditation, and went on a great journey of self-discovery.
Here are 9 lessons I learned while studying with a monk:
1. Keep trying until you get it right.
The most important life lesson I learned was trying something three times (maybe even four times) before you stop trying and move on. Also, this monk taught me that, even after multiple tries, you should work on different angles to approach things that are difficult.
If you keep trying, you’ll eventually get where you’re going.
2. The answer to your question is inside of you.
As part of the original monastery training, a monk didn’t answer direct questions from…
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