—The Practice of No-mind

The Practice of No-Mind is the third lesson in The Way of the Sage.  When the mind starts to busy itself crafting a story about how we’ve been wronged, or daydreaming about what our lives could be like if we could only find the right person or...

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From an engineering standpoint, stress can be defined as the amount of resistance a material offers to being reshaped and reformed. When you place a load on a steel beam, the beam resists, keeping the building from collapsing. If the load is great...

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—Understanding Nonlinear Time

Although we’ve come to believe that time is a physical reality that moves at a fixed speed, when we practice dreaming, time doesn’t have a direction. It doesn’t move along a straight line, as when we dream of a long-gone relative and then about our...

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