What is the Self?

self,awarenessHave you ever wondered what your Self really is? No, I’m not referring to the popular sense of oneself pointed to by such terms as “me”, “myself”, and “I”. I’m referring to something much deeper – to youressential Being which gives the word “I” your presence and aliveness.

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Unalienable Self-Esteem

low self-esteem Must your self-esteem be determined by what you produce or acquire? Or how other persons see you? Or your regrets? Or is self-esteem sourced from something more unalienable?

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Turning Towards, Not Away from Difficult Emotions

veil over Mystery width= How remarkable it is that as soon as we experience a “negative” emotion, most persons promptly go to war with it. It’s as if there’s an instinct to aversion that will twist, knead, beat, expunge, or whitewash the unwelcome emotion – do anything, but experience it.

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Two Veils Hide the Mystery Within

veil over Mystery width= So many of the world’s contemplative and religious traditions speak of the Mystery within you and me. Despite being so near, for all practical purposes Buddha mind, the Kingdom of Heaven, or True Nature – however you call it – seems so far from our experience as to be just rumor. Why is this so?

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Are you searching for your life’s purpose?

Getting UnstuckWhen I meet persons who are searching for their purpose in life, while I empathize with and sometimes admire their passion, nevertheless I feel the very search for purpose defeats its being found. Where would you expect to find your life’s purpose? Under a rock? There’s an alternative to searching.

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