Tag Archives: reason

Connecting With Instinct

When one reaches a point of frustration and feeling obstructed, primal mental activity is activated and a solution of sorts occurs. The feeling or urge is an inborn determination and power that is coupled with prior experience. You are able … Continue reading

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Heart To Heart

An ancient Eastern sage once said, “Human hearts are fields of blessings for the world, since this is where the path of reason originates.” Since we are taught that matters of the heart and subjects of reason are separate, this … Continue reading

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Intuitive

A flash of intuition can trigger action. It comes from deep within the mind to point the way to a solution or a new way of perception. An intuitive moment does not explain via logic, it’s more or less emotion … Continue reading

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Uncommon Sense

One of my old guru’s most memorable mind-bytes was his advice that we should have uncommon sense. He prefaced that by saying he was not making an error in speech; the teacher knew about common sense. What did he mean … Continue reading

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Neither Rhyme Nor Reason

“The eensy weensy spider climbed up the waterspout. Down came the rain and washed the spider out. Out came the Sun and dried up all the rain and the eensy weensy spider climbed up the spout again.” Do you remember … Continue reading

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Phenomena Are Indifferent

It’s very tempting to believe that when something happens, it does so as a way to reward or to punish people. We see this when someone claims that a hurricane destroyed a city because of “sinful people” living in that … Continue reading

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Credulity

Has someone pulled a prank on you today?  Maybe you’re the prankster and have graced someone’s life with a practical joke. Today is All Fools Day, a day dedicated to credulity.  Sure, we don’t usually express it this way, but … Continue reading

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