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Karma: The more we contemplate life, the more we realise just how mysterious it is.
Question: Would you call awareness ‘enlightenment’?
Perceiving the power of separation caused by the judging mind is also very helpful. In other words, the judging mind creates more inner solitude.
Love has to be brave enough to drink up the person entirely ― poison and all.
Ajahn Sumedho focuses on the simple reality of the here and now, and the awareness of ‘just this’, where all thoughts and concepts drop away in favour of insight and understanding.
These ideas brought an overwhelming sense of joy to me. It meant I was not a helpless victim of circumstance or fate, as I had thought.
The yogic application of this little story is that the spiritual attracts the spiritual.