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When In Doubt, Listen To Man With Longer Beard #24: Meditation, Aphorisms & Yoga Sage Brushes With Wisdom

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What follows is a grocery list of things I've learned from life and various approaches to living exploring Creativity & Spirituality---being an artist, student of meditation, regular fasting & yoga, internal yearning towards higher consciousness and becoming a more creative being for positive transformation. These are general principles and observations I try to live by and navigate the wilderness of Maya with. Some are Confucius sounding hence the jest with the title if the long bearded Chinese sage wanted to narcissistically self--aggrandize himself.

Here's the twenty--fourth batch of Zen Brownies---Tasty, mouth--watering morsels to reduce consumption of bad karma and sweeten the recipe of your life:

 

1. Time spent trying to get the approval of others is time spent not being happy and at peace with oneself.

2. The world of emotions is the world of duality. The world of Bliss, peace and harmony exists outside of the world of emotion. You'll never roll sevens all the time in the world of emotions so learn to walk away from the slot machine.

3. Meditation is the daily investment in Higher Consciousness and independent, internally generated peace and happiness.

4. Older people who are mean, cruel, and condescending are just making a display of their own failures with themselves and being poor role models of empowerment to younger generations.

5. Some people mellow with age. Others expand in both directions of harder and softer and integrate more of the whole.

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6. The piece of carbon you are piloting is only a small part of the entirely of You. The body you see, the carbon you see, is but the tip of a multidimensional iceberg across space and time.

7. We're all tourists on a deeper level no matter where we are on the planet. Home is everywhere and nowhere at the same time.

8. People who believe and proclaim there are no Higher Truths use it as an excuse not to try or experience them and think they are undeserving. How many decades of research and traveling the world searching every corner have they accumulated to reach such a conclusion? Usually none. Higher Truths are unfamiliar territory outside their comfort zone. It is most often a statement of frustration and resignation with one's life.

9. The outer life won't change until the inner life does.

10. Gold is the gold in modern societies. Water and shade are the gold in a desert. Higher Consciousness is the gold everywhere.

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When In Doubt, Listen To Man With Longer Beard #8: Meditation, Aphorisms & Yoga Sage Brushes With Wisdom




What follows is a grocery list of things I’ve learned from life and various approaches to living exploring Creativity & Spirituality—being an artist, student of meditation, regular fasting & yoga, internal yearning towards higher consciousness and becoming a more creative being for positive transformation. These are general principles and observations I try to live by and navigate the wilderness of Maya with. Some are Confucius sounding hence the jest with the title if the long bearded Chinese sage wanted to narcissistically self–aggrandize himself.

Here’s the eighth batch of Zen BrowniesTasty, mouth–watering morsels to reduce consumption of bad karma and sweeten the recipe of your life:

 

1. Sometimes in life, someone has to go through hell to give someone else diamonds later on.

2. Don’t listen to birds who cannot fly.

3. Leave all your baggage on the Earth plane because the higher planes don’t accept carry–ons. You won’t be able to empty your karmic trash there.

4. As above, so below, as within, so without. Your outer reality is a mirror of your inner reality.

5. Merging with energies greater than oneself is something all the sad stuck egos on this planet will not know the joy of in this lifetime.




6. If the top 5 to 10 things people think are the answer in life and the purpose of life were true then this planet would have been crawling with Avatars by now.

7. Conscious periodic death and rebirth leads to growth like the cycles of nature. Unconscious life and death leads to repetition of the same patterns.

8. Energy is boss. The laws of energy trump all enculturation and social conventions.

9. There’s a way of living which reduces karma and there’s the common way which accumulates more of it.

10. Do you want to be loved as you are or continually be made better? That choice in life has led me to the feet of giants I cannot even fathom. There’s a difference between looking eye level with others and standing at the feet of giants.

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When In Doubt, Listen To Man With Longer Beard #5: Meditation, Aphorisms & Yoga Sage Brushes With Wisdom




What follows is a grocery list of things I've learned from life and various approaches to living exploring Creativity & Spirituality---being an artist, student of meditation, regular fasting & yoga, internal yearning towards higher consciousness and becoming a more creative being for positive transformation. These are general principles and observations I try to live by and navigate the wilderness of Maya with. Some are Confucius sounding hence the jest with the title if the long bearded Chinese sage wanted to narcissistically self--aggrandize himself.

Here's the fifth batch of Zen Brownies---Tasty, mouth--watering morsels to reduce consumption of bad karma and sweeten the recipe of your life:


1. Daily practice adds up to more than beliefs ever will.

2. The Cool Flame burns Eternal. Conserve your Life Energy, unplug from your senses, thoughts and emotions and turn inwards to meditation and stillness daily. No shortage of anything in this world like stillness...

3. Consciousness is the currency of the Universe not gold, money, or material things.

4. In Meditation, there is no "For better or worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health"---it's always better, richer, healthier...

5. One world's misfit is another world's Swan.

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6. Fame won't fill the holes in your Soul.

7. Nothing massages the mind like music and meditation.

8. The real gold in this Universe is working with higher forms of energy where a lot more can be done in a lot less time instead of being stuck in lethargic 3rd dimensional reality.

9. When you compare all the ways to get high, meditation has the best price.

10. It's all just a window through the train of time. Scenes pass, people get on, people get off. Few stay on for the duration to the final destination because they can't see it's even there. What they see are only the heads of the people in front of them and the faces of those behind them. At every stop, passengers get off to join crowds at different life stations for momentary laughs and smiles. But the few in the back who've rode the train for aeons whispered to me, "Let them go...they're not like you...just don't get off the train early."

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When In Doubt, Listen To Man With Longer Beard #4: Meditation, Aphorisms & Yoga Sage Brushes With Wisdom




What follows is a grocery list of things I’ve learned from life and various approaches to living exploring Creativity & Spirituality—being an artist, student of meditation, regular fasting & yoga, internal yearning towards higher consciousness and becoming a more creative being for positive transformation. These are general principles and observations I try to live by and navigate the wilderness of Maya with. Some are Confucius sounding hence the jest with the title if the long bearded Chinese sage wanted to narcissistically self–aggrandize himself.

Here’s the fourth batch of Zen BrowniesTasty, mouth–watering morsels to reduce consumption of bad karma and sweeten the recipe of your life:

 

1. Resonance is a better matchmaker than trial and error social norms like dating. Become a radio tower and listeners will tune into you.

2. A hundred people will do or not do the same thing or say or not say the same thing. Be interested in the person who differs. Find those who can swim upstream. They’re worth knowing.

3. There’s no shortage of learned ignoramuses blowing the expert trumpet on the planet.

4. At times people will do things you won’t think was the best decision. Accept that’s how people are and realize they made the decision based on where they are on their fear scale and level of consciousness.

5. When your feet get too big for the human experience, there’s still art and meditation.

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6. The pictures, patterns, and scripts people go after in life are not a substitute for genuine substance and authentic deep connections. People overhype the former when they don’t have the latter. Something truly deep and meaningful won’t need or look like the former.

7. If you are a piece of the Creator at the deepest level, how are you half of anything?

8. Intellect is often an agent of the ego that fails to comprehend and recognize forms of consciousness greater than itself.

9. What people think life is really about depends on their level of consciousness.

10. Court the Flame, the Life Force itself and you just may receive the kiss of wisdom.

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When In Doubt, Listen To Man With Longer Beard #3: Meditation, Aphorisms & Yoga Sage Brushes With Wisdom




What follows is a grocery list of things I’ve learned from life and various approaches to living exploring Creativity & Spirituality—being an artist, student of meditation, regular fasting & yoga, internal yearning towards higher consciousness and becoming a more creative being for positive transformation. These are general principles and observations I try to live by and navigate the wilderness of Maya with. Some are Confucius sounding hence the jest with the title if the long bearded Chinese sage wanted to narcissistically self–aggrandize himself.

Here’s the third batch of Zen BrowniesTasty, mouth–watering morsels to reduce consumption of bad karma and sweeten the recipe of your life:

 

1. Spirituality is about becoming the song itself not squabbling over different editions of sheet music.

2. Learn the art of non–attachment and not having expectations outside oneself. Then everything’s a gift instead of a disappointment.

3. There is no greater joy in existence than to keep connecting to higher and higher consciousness.

4. Your decisions not only affect others. They also indicate about what you think of yourself. If your decisions do not say you deserve better ask yourself why not. Fear will always rope you into settling for less.

5. Don’t wait for a license to enjoy life from someone else or for external circumstances to magically change.

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6. Realize you’ll grow more by being with and around people more advanced than you. If you’re intimidated, not comfortable being around them or feel you don’t deserve to be, you’ll slow your own growth.

7. Poverty begins when one forgets the experience of feeling joy for no external reason.

8. Inspiration is better than envy. Be inspired by people better, smarter, more talented than you and don’t think you don’t deserve to be around them. Envy and fear will prevent your further growth.

9. Divine beings aren’t going to shout louder than your thoughts, senses, and emotions. You have to learn how to turn these off through meditation.

10. There’s grades above what all formal schooling can teach you. It’s up to you if you want to stay in school or not. Ask the question, “What comes after normal adulthood?” and the Universe will widen it’s smile at you.

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When In Doubt, Listen To Man With Longer Beard #2: Meditation, Aphorisms & Yoga Sage Brushes With Wisdom




What follows is a grocery list of things I’ve learned from life and various approaches to living exploring Creativity & Spirituality—being an artist, student of meditation, regular fasting & yoga, internal yearning towards higher consciousness and becoming a more creative being for positive transformation. These are general principles and observations I try to live by and navigate the wilderness of Maya with. Some are Confucius sounding hence the jest with the title if the long bearded Chinese sage wanted to narcissistically self–aggrandize himself.

Here’s the second batch of Zen BrowniesTasty, mouth–watering morsels to reduce consumption of bad karma and sweeten the recipe of your life:

 

1. Competition and jealousy will never give you happiness. Unless you want only one kind of everything on the planet, learn the capacity to admire and appreciate others for their talents and contributions.

2. This is linear time and existence—it’s imperfect by it’s nature and more mistakes happen than the best highest choices so learn non–attachment from this to avoid further suffering.

3. Gifts are nice but compliments aren’t made in a factory. People will own the genuine compliments given to them forever and they appreciate in value over time.

4. Grow as fast and as much as you can and don’t settle for less. Initial happiness may result with gaining status quo things but time will show you it is temporary and introduce you to a roommate named regret.

5. Wanting and needing things outside oneself begins when the original joy of existence is forgotten.

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6. Courage doesn’t hide behind norms or social conventions. Learn to exercise your courage muscles by standing up from behind the hedges of your little self.

7. I spend time around and learning from advanced Yogis. I’m a joke compared to them. I’m not a joke because I show up. And the shelf life on my jokedom will have a shorter expiration date because of it.

8. Put your foot down early and you won’t have to raise your voice or fists later.

9. If someone doesn’t care enough about their own spiritual evolution, don’t expect them to respect yours. Personal relationships with such people will not be beneficial to either party. Little selves at the wheel never exceed the speed limit. They’ll also slow you down.

10. Love is blind. Wisdom isn’t. Aim with wisdom and love goes to the right places for the right reasons.

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When In Doubt, Listen To Man With Longer Beard #1: Meditation, Aphorisms & Yoga Sage Brushes With Wisdom

What follows is a grocery list of things I’ve learned from life and various approaches to living exploring Creativity & Spirituality—being an artist, student of meditation, regular fasting & yoga, internal yearning towards higher consciousness and becoming a more creative being for positive transformation. These are general principles and observations I try to live by and navigate the wilderness of Maya with. Some are Confucius sounding hence the jest with the title if the long bearded Chinese sage wanted to narcissistically self–aggrandize himself.

 

Here’s the first batch of Zen Brownies—Tasty, mouth–watering morsels to reduce consumption of bad karma and sweeten the recipe of your life:

 

1. Avoid creating bad karma. It’s a spring–loaded door. You may not only get hit but locked out.

2. Don’t think you’re better than anyone else or compare yourself to others. Are you getting better than YOU is the question that matters.

3. Give to people and share your experience, talents and knowledge. Why not water as many flowers in life as you can? You’ll make more beautiful scenery for yourself too.

4. If people really want to know you they will. You can’t force people into your life or try to keep them there.

5. Who you are is where you are in terms of consciousness regarding the choices you make.

 

6. Don’t pretend to be someone or something you’re not unless it’s an acting gig.

7. Give friendship without expecting anything in return but friendship.

8. Fear contracts, love expands, and love is really about taking risks, stepping outside your comfort level, doing things different from and outside social norms and the status quo.

9. When people are ready to know you, they’ll come into your life or come closer to you. Trying to convince or impress people is inauthentic and a waste of life energy.

10. Never tell yourself you have arrived. Your Soul will starve at the price of feeding lesser temporary needs.

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