blurb:   Enlightenment is the Easy Part. 

my unedited personal notes:

Opening Thoughts:  climate change, the mid ’70s and now, modern physics fiasco and the upcoming re-alignment, here we address delicate issues so the exploration is yours.

the key to integrated awareness…    culturing the awareness

Everything maps onto everything else.  It is all right there in ‘how to play the piano’

what they don’t tell you about liberation

body of mud, body of crystal

As in music: what key are you playing in? 

What is in harmony with nature and how to find it

you are unique, and there is mother nature

your truth or your ‘stuff’/issues

healthy relationship with learning to ride a bike

field theory and the key of the music

the formula and the dance on the scale

Culturing your groove.

modern times expanded sphere of influence.

can we play in all keys?  In other words: Who are you?

boat in the water, no water in the boat.

Cultured/Developed vs Narrow minded

What is freedom?

What are roots?

The Inner Grandmother:  What is the deeper meaning of:

A saint was asked: “My mother does not know about healthy food.  What should I eat?  

He answered: “Ask your grandmother”

Hint:  It is not about food, or your grandmother.

A great saint made a comment about a well-known spiritual figure:

“He is a young avatar… Stay away from him”

Liberation is the easy part, but you can start working on the hard part now.

This all relates to:

How to find your passion.

How to find your friends.

“Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people. “

The deeper meaning of the following quote:

“As for myself, I met with as much success as I ever could have wanted. 

In other words, I was enthusiastically run-down by every critic of the period.”

            Claude Monet

“When you have a dream, you’ve got to grab it and never let go.”
“Great dancers are not great because of their technique, they are great because of their passion.”

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