March 22, 2015 7:59 AM
Last night, I perused some of the Buddha at the Gas Pump interviews. In one, Rick mentions how most teachers are descriptive rather than prescriptive (theory versus application).
Synchronistically (of course), the following appeared in my news feed this morning:
All the time we spend inventing reasons is probably better spent responding to what occurs.
So much of what nondual teachers utter is theoretical (“inventing reasons”). I hope I don’t come across that way.
Granted, I’m full of theories, but I hope this diary provides transparent, real world examples of something far more important—far more practical: The challenges of living in harmony with your spiritual beliefs (“responding to what occurs”).
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