Tag Archives: the Many

Dialogs With My Teacher #34

Here’s another installment in a series of emails that took place between Michael and one of his senior students beginning the Summer of 2009. May you find the exchange interesting and enriching. ___ September 29, 2010 (#35) Student: Is there any knowing that is non-active? Or that’s ever a non-active knowing, or is activity inherent in all-knowledge? [...]

Dialogs With My Teacher #17

Here’s another installment in a series of emails that took place between Michael and one of his senior students beginning in August of 2009. May you find the exchange interesting and enriching. ____ July 10, 2010 (#17)  Student: Can you say that where there is no other, there is none? Michael: There is none. But there is, [...]

Is there wisdom in anxiety?

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Spirit Is Higher and Deeper

Today, Andrew Cohen offers up an interesting piece in which he rather adamantly asserts that: … Spirit is definitely Higher. Definitely? Are you absolutely sure? Because conviction begets egoic resistance. I’m just saying we should be careful here. On the level of mind, sure. No problem. Spirit is “higher.” But then again, it’s also “deeper” [...]

Interpretations of Awakening

In his blog post, Tom Stine notes: The only “criteria” I have for awakening is seeing, truly seeing, beyond the self, the “I”, the “me” that everyone thinks they are. When that is seen through, completely through, it is as if one has awakened from a dream, a dream of self. One then knows oneself [...]