Blueprints for Awakening: Wisdom of the Masters looks interesting.
The author discusses Emil Post`s life and ideas about incompletness and insolvability which later became famous with Goedel and Turing`s work, and the differences between Post and Goedel.
Fascinating read (the parts that I understood :P).
When you get serious about your meditation practice you will surely encounter external interruptions you had never before imagined. Your first reaction will be frustration and anger at them. That is fine and it is normal. The fun comes when you take these interruptions as an opportunity for expansion.
Turn them into your practice. Take the critical phone call about the issue that everyone will forget tomorrow. Tell the kids playing in the hallway to have fun and to be careful not to trip. Come to think of it, those interruptions seem pretty typical. It is your reaction to it that is atypical; that is what contains the magic.
You are doing yoga when you start to notice truly astounding things that you would have never noticed for even a microsecond before you began practicing.
- 1 banana
- 1 cup of blueberries, frozen, organic
- 1 handful of spinach or kale or arugula (triple washed)
- 1 tbsp cinnamon
- 1 tbsp coconut oil
- 1 tbsp walnuts
- Blend with water or milk or almond milk or yogurt
- On high to get the greens really mashed
Thank you Blair!
“The wound is the place where the Light enters you.”
The luminosity in this poem is… I am speechless.
The expansiveness of it is just so beautiful.
Forgiveness is easily practiced.
For means to move forward. Give means to allow and enable.
Every single action, word, and movement are an opportunity for you to practice forgiveness.
That is very, very cool!
This post poses a seemingly very simple question:
“When is a number an integer?”
and very quickly evolves to provide a delightful exposition of what it means when someone answers with “it depends”.
My vote is that the most intuitive and least-surprising approach is