Tag Archives: oneness

Do You Really Need That Thought?

      We hold many of our beliefs to be sacred simply as compensation for being in a state of mental fragmentation. I am a kind and tolerant person. Why would one need that thought? Many people are good, benevolent, and kind without ever needing to define themselves that way. We hold a strong […]

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Feel Tension and Welcome It

      Here’s a passage from my book Leap Before You Look: Scan your body with awareness. Seek out a place of tension or discomfort, And rest there with your attention. Feel this place exactly as it is. Feel it, be with it, just as it is. Feel it not so that it will […]

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Sit In the Same Spot Every Day

Sit In the Same Spot Every Day

This is a practice from my 2008 book Leap Before You Look. Find a place in nature Where you can go every day. If you live in a city, It could be a park or even a flowerbed, But if you live near a forest, like we do, Step into the wild outdoors. Sit in […]

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The Deeper Love

The Deeper Love

For the last 8 years Chameli and I have been practicing and teaching an approach to intimate relationship which we call the Deeper Love. It has arisen one hundred percent out of our own personal experience, and our longing to bridge a schism which can often be confusing and painful. We have taught this as […]

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Other Realization

Other Realization

Here is a passage from my 2005 Bestseller, “The Translucent Revolution.” As a child, Michael Barnett went on vacation every year with his family to Broadstairs, on the southeast coast of England. On the beach, there was always a Punch and Judy show, a small tent with an opening like a stage at the top. […]

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