These changes happen automatically. Meditators are bombarded with the joy of sensory happiness. Once you pay complete attention to the present moment and use that present moment awareness in your activity then every activity gets a new dimension. Dimensions and beauty you have not noticed in your day-to-day life. This is the reason why meditators develop child-like qualities. They began to see the joy in everything. It also slows them down automatically. It is not accidental that most of the meditation teachers move slowly and with twinkles in their eyes. It is because every moment is soaked in senses and absorbed. Invariably it makes you slow down. Slowing down is a good signpost of progress in meditation.Note 15: Sixth sense:Awareness
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These so called men sitting on leather Chairs hiding behind a mask 🎭 of fear stop sending your son’s and daughters to murder one another grabbing money to furnish their own coffers . When will YOU ever learn 😔
“Do not confuse a broken person for an evil person. 😌
A broken person can be fixed an evil person cannot. 😌
An evil person causes pain, they hurt others. 😌
They deliberately cause chaos. 😌
A broken person would never do any of those things because they know how it feels to be on the other side of those actions. 😌
Don’t confuse someone who can be saved with someone that you will need to be saved from.” 😌
So many people walk this earth,
With purpose in their eyes,
But in their heart of hearts they know,
What they’re living is a lie,
The alarm goes off at 6am,
Like every other day,
So they can walk into a job they hate,
Because they need the pay,
All time does is take from them,
But it never seems to give,
Always waiting for the day to come,
When they finally start to live,
I’m all too scared that one day soon,
I’ll become just like the rest,
Only walking with the crowd
Because my dreams have been oppressed,
That one day I’ll look back on life,
At the opportunities that I missed,
And realise I never truly lived,
All I did was just exist.
I love to sit in silence
Beneath the shady trees
And listen to the song of birds
And to the buzz of bees.
I love to sit in silence And watch the Clouds roll by Then read a book or sing a song And hear the wild bird cry.
I love to sit in silence When the day is almost done And see behind the distant hill The paint glow of the sun.
I love to sit in silence In the evening twilight And listen to the whippor-will Singing with all its might
I love to sit in silence
Beneath the Starry sky
And pray to all in earnest
To live in silence all the while.
There was once a monk who would carry a mirror where ever he went. A priest noticed this, and thought,
‘He must be so preoccupied with the way he looks that he has to carry that mirror all the time, he should not worry about the way he looks on the outside, it’s what’s the inside that counts’
So he went up to the monk and asked, ‘why do you always carry that mirror?’ Thinking for sure this would prove his guilt.
The monk pulled out the mirror and pointed it at the priest then he said, I look into it, and it shows me the source of problems, as well
“I use it in times of trouble,
as the solution to my problems”.😁
There is a beautiful story of a beggar who lived all of his life under one tree. Each day he would go out into the villages and beg for some dry bread crumbs to sustain his life. For forty years the beggar lived under the same tree, pleading with the people to give him some food. Day by day, he became weaker, and finally one day he passed quietly into death.
When the villagers found him, they decided to bury his ashes under the tree where he lived out his life. As they began to dig to the place of his ashes deep in the ground, they found a treasure chest – a chest full of gold, diamonds & jewels a mere six inches below the ground.
Too frequently in life we are also like this beggar – running here & there searching, begging for that which we need to fulfill our lives. We are searching and yearning for peace, happiness or God. We go here, we beg there. We search this place, we search that place. But, that priceless & crucial peace and happiness still elude us.
If only we would sit still for a moment and go deeper within and never forget that the treasure chest is inside of you, flowing through your veins. It is not some external “thing to be obtained or found. Rather, the divine joy is residing within you, in your heart, in your breath & in your blood.
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#AceBreakingNews – Myanmar (MNN) — Who are the unreached?In Myanmar, many people live in dense jungles or remote mountains, largely cut off from the outside world. Most of the population identifies as Buddhist and has not heard the story of Jesus by Kevin Zeller May.11, 2022
Greg Kelley with World Mission says, “They won’t pass a church during their commute. And they’ve never met a Christian. There’s no missionary, no pastors making them a priority, trying to take the good news there. There’s no access to the Gospel message.”
After the military seized power from Myanmar’s elected government in early 2021, they began attacking civilians. World Mission is caring for about 200 families who have been displaced from their homes. They have provided food, shelter, and the Gospel.
A Third of Us
But what about everybody else? Kelley says, “I think we need to go to all of our churches and talk to those influencers that are on missions committees. Or maybe if we have a missions pastor, we need to talk to them and make sure that we have advocacy for the third of the world that don’t have access to the Gospel.”
Did you know that a third of the world’s population is unreached? Join groups like World Mission on the International Day For the Unreached, Pentecost Sunday, June 5. You can find more ways to pray, get involved or just learn more about the prayer movement.
Pray many people would embrace Jesus in Myanmar and in other unreached areas of the world. Kelley says, “Who wants to go into a place where, a year ago, the military took over the country in a coup? I mean, it’s not a place we can really get into. So we need to align and partner with organizations like World Mission and many others who have expressions in those areas.”
“Because the fact that we can’t go there, or maybe don’t hear stories about it doesn’t take us off the hook.”
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Our strategy should be not only to confront the empire but to lay siege to it. To deprive it of oxygen. To shame it. To mock it. With our art, our music, our literature, our stubbornness, our joy, our brilliance, our sheer relentlessness – and our ability to tell our own stories. Stories that are different from the ones we’re being brainwashed to believe.
The corporate revolution will collapse if we refuse to buy what they are selling – their ideas, their version of history, their wars, their weapons, their notion of inevitability.
Remember this: We be many and they be few. They need us more than we need them.
Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing. 🌏🌞✨
😔 On his deathbed, Aldous Huxley reflected on his entire life’s learning and then summed it up in seven simple words:
"LET US BE KINDER TO ONE ANOTHER".
All too often we believe that to live a truly fulfilling life we must achieve some great act or grand feat that will put us on the front covers of magazines and newspapers.😔
Nothing could be further from the truth.😔
A meaningful life is made up of a series of daily acts of decency & kindness which adds up to something great throughout a lifetime. 😔
😔 Everyone who enters your life has a lesson to teach & a story to tell.
Every person you pass during the moments that make up your days represents an opportunity to show a little more of the compassion & courtesy that defines your humanity.😔
😔 Why not start being more of the person you truly are during your days & doing what you can to enrich the world around you?
In my mind, 😔
If you make even one 😔person smile during your day or brighten the mood of even one stranger, your day has been a worthwhile one.
😔 “kindness quite simply is the rent we must pay for the space we occupy on this planet ”
😔 Become more creative in the ways you show compassion to strangers.
😔 Paying the toll for the person in the car behind you, offering your seat on the subway, and being the first to say hello are great places to start.