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Truly beautiful way to practice relationship. wordslessspoken: Thich Nhat Hanh’s 4 Mantras One does not have to meditate only on a daily basis, Thich Nhat Hanh says—one can meditate every moment. Watch as he shares four moving mantras we can all practice whether we are with someone or alone.
It is an unfortunate fact that the bulk of humanity is too limited in its...– http://sorornex.tumblr.com/post/22677138759/lovecraft
Pick the topic you like: the Middle East, international terrorism, Central...– Noam Chomsky, Media Control (via theyoungradical)
Soul Vessel: Are Democrats and Republicans working... →
soulvessel: This article was removed from The Huffington post this morning. I suggest you all read this. - Doug Hagmann Saturday, July 21, 2012 It was a conversation with my source inside the DHS that I did not want to have, but was not totally unexpected. “I’m not sure how long I can continue to…
The more pleasure one takes in externalities the harder it is to turn away from...– Meister Eckhart (via knowledgeandspirit)
The myth is the public dream, the dream is the private myth.– Joseph Campbell (via condemnedsecrecy)
I am convinced that humanity is at risk because of our almost global...– Fr. Francisco Tiso http://www.francistiso.com/Interview.html
〇: Morita Masatake (1874-1938), also read as... →
nirvikalpa: Morita Masatake (1874-1938), also read as Morita Shoma (1874 - 1938 (森田 正馬), was a contemporary of Sigmund Freud and the founder of Morita Therapy, a branch of clinical psychology strongly influenced by Zen Buddhism. In his capacity as the head of psychiatry for a large Tokyo hospital, Morita…