Most of us would agree that human beings are guided, controlled, dictated and governed by subconscious desires that we are â€˜more than likelyâ€™ unaware. Not only are we ignorant of the significance attached to â€˜all too obvious cluesâ€™, promptings, implications, distinctions, and surprising consequences but more importantly we, sometimes, [more often than not] ignore or deny much to our chagrin, those sensations which result in â€œweird feelingsâ€ as such, In other words, we discount the sensations without trusting our first instinct.
You might be uncomfortable to reveal how you truly feel to others but being vulnerable is the best way that you can show someone that you are open to establishing a deeper connection with him. Some people might have a different view about your vulnerability, but others will appreciate the fact that you are honest with your feelings.
Is it Possible to Live with Total Lucidity? J. Krishnamurti & Dr. Huston Smith Claremont College, California (1968) Conversation between Krishnamurti and Prof. Huston Smith, at the time, a professor of religion at MIT Prof. Smith begins the conversation with the question 'Is it Possible to Live with Total Lucidity?
There has never been any peace. There have been only two periods in history: the period we know as war, and the period we call peace, which is a cover-up – in reality, it should be called preparation for another war. The whole history consists only of two things: war and preparation for war.
Opus Dei has been described as the most controversial force within the Catholic Church. According to several journalists who researched Opus Dei separately. Criticism of Opus Dei has centered on allegations of secretiveness, controversial recruiting methods, strict rules governing members, elitism and misogyny, and support of or participation in authoritarian or right-wing governments, especially the Francoist Government of Spain until 1978.
When someone lacks self-respect, they live their life miserably. They shoulder the burdens of regret, shame, loathing and blame. They are prone to engaging themselves to self-destructive behavior because they have little value for themselves.
Satori is a glimpse of the ultimate… as if you are seeing the Himalayan peaks. But you are far away, you are not on the peaks, and you have not become the peaks. It is a beautiful experience, very enchanting, exciting, challenging. Perhaps it may lead you towards samadhi. Satori is a glimpse of samadhi