Tag: mind-chatter

Why Do We Lie or Exaggerate?

Why do we Lie or Exaggerate? “How you see yourself is a key because that is what shapes and governs your reality. Not what other people think.” ~ Ralph Smart Question: Is my pretending or false self a cause of

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How Can We Stop the Mind-Chatter?

How Can the Mind-Chatter Phenomena be Stopped? Luke 9:58, Jesus replied, “Foxes have dens and birds have nests, but the Son of Man has no place to lay his head.” This quote came to mind today as I was looking

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When Meditating My Mind Starts Up

Question: “I’m new in meditation and this is what’s going on with me. When I follow my breathing and I am successful in not thinking, and am only observing the flow of breath – it’s that one moment when I

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How Exactly Does One Surrender?

How Exactly Does One Surrender? When you’re very still and quiet, then observe and notice how there is this nearly constant internal chatter going on — one is thinking. As one thinks certain things, this generates emotional energy in the

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Am I Crazy or Evil?

Question: I think I am so afraid of how awful both I and others are! I don’t know if that’s a fear thing, an unworthy thing, I truly want faith in a loving universe again, I bought into the “struggle

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Why Is Internal Dialog So Persistent? (Part 4 of 4)

Why Is Internal Dialog So Persistent? (Part 4 of 4): The reason underlying my persistent internal dialog. I found out the answer to my question a few days ago. A friend of mine said he had some tapes, which covered

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Why Is Internal Dialog So Persistent? (Part 3 of 4)

Why Is Internal Dialog So Persistent? (Part 3 of 4): How to Resolve the dialog. I don’t think I was clear enough in my previous articles regarding this subject about what kind of reaction I am observing. To make it

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Why is Internal Dialog so Persistent (Part 2 of 4)

Why is Internal Dialog so Persistent (Part 2 of 4): Why do we engage in Internal Dialogs? There is no doubt for me that these internal dialogs are the arising of the ego. There is also no doubt for me that

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Why Is Internal Dialog So Persistent? (Part 1 of 4)

Why Is Internal Dialog So Persistent? (Part 1 of 4) If your meditation has brought you to the point of being aware of your thinking process, then probably you have also noticed the ‘internal dialogs’ that go on inside your

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How to Stop Pretending to Be Alive

How to Stop Pretending to Be Alive BeiYin: “Yes, one can learn to withdraw energy from emotional reactions, but reactions are a symptom for an underlying cause. It’s more effective & creative to change the root cause. Not by manipulation.

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Why Is It So Difficult to Remain Present?

Question: “Even though we know the benefits of Being Present, why do you think our attention is constantly pulled out of the Now and into the Mind?” From my observation it is because I’m not tired enough yet of the

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Poem: Balance Happens By Itself

Poem: Balance Happens By Itself Balance existed while simply riding the bike euphoria arose when one forgot oneself like this, the bike and the rider are one. Attaching to sensation of euphoria wanting it to last forever – oneness dissolves

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Poem: Mind Voice

Mind Voice Separate thinking mind-voice created defensive world grown from my reactions so that I could see myself. These days I see you clearly going on by yourself, thinking that you’re alive turning around and around. Reacting chained thoughts triggering

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