Meditation From a Slightly Different Angle by Ike Harijanto I tend to imagine meditation, as done by “good” meditators, as something they do actively, even aggressively at times. They have a keen memory and clarity of their deepest desire. They have a strategy on how to work on their main problem. Daily they deliberately carve [...]
Blue Planet Living By Pat ‘The Barber’ Crowley To live life aboard the blue spaceship we call Planet Earth is mostly always to travel second class. There is always something that could be better, even when we are having a pleasant trip. There somehow seems to be something missing. Life, we feel, just isn’t [...]
Sacred Leaves, A Seekers Story by Rupert Crisswell Being asked to write a Seeker’s Story by Tess, poses an interesting challenge for me. Although, for a long time, people have told me that I should write, for as long, I have found this peculiarly difficult. Even determined attempts to do so would wilt under [...]
Active listening Hearing is passive but listening is active, as I am using the words here. Hearing is a sense organ whose function is to alert us to dangers in our environment. It is always on, except of course when we are asleep and all the senses have shut down. Active listening is necessary for [...]
Tess Hughes ‘The Non-Event Of No Self’ Interview by Renate McNay
This talk was given at the TAT Foundation Spring meeting in West Virginia, U.S.A in April 2011.