Unedited notes from this week:

What is a barbarian… really?

Even physicist are essentially superstitious

Mapping versus superstition

Feeding crows on Saturday   

Cows reincarnate as prominence

 Commitment means no need for any options

when someone is yelling or raising their voice, be they right or wrong in their point, it is a certain sign that they are out of balance.

when in conflict, with this and that points are being made, the underlying main point is buried beneath them.  the underlying point is always how the person is feeling toward  the other.  the points are just rational-i-zations for the feeling.  And the feeling may or may not be valid at all.  Feelings rule… thoughts are often there just to justify how someone is feeling.

slipping into negative framing:

replace habitual collapsing into framing things in a negative light with habitual framing in positivity.  glass half full.  count your blessings.

the jyotish these days and for the next month and more is terrible.

Popularity is largely about meeting the people on the level they want to be met upon.  Truth, i.e. alignment with ones own true nature, on the other hand is something very different.  On rare occasion, they are one and the same.

In the podcast I respond to this email i received: What is the difference between soul and spirit? Regarding meditation, I’ve had spontaneous episodes of “no  mind”. Mental chatter was suddenly gone, I could think and function but my head was quiet. This lasted a couple of weeks and tthen slowly everything went back to how it used to be. And has never come back. It feels like it just happened no matter what I was doing, meditating or not. As a matter of fact the first time it happened I wasn’t even meditating yet. So why meditate? I know you’ve addressed this ad nauseum, but could you clarify some more? Do you think the creepy astral entities lie to us?


Addressed in podcast:  the various Gods like Zeus, etc.  Who are they really? Praying to God to win football game

“Patience and fortitude conquer all things.”
“Beware of overconcern for money, or position, or glory. Someday you will meet a man who cares for none of these things. Then you will know how poor you are.”
“All appears to change when we change.”

“In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing. The worst thing you can do is nothing.”


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