"In the post-meditative experience become a child of illusion" is a slogan from the Tibetan mind training tradition. We engage the world as we experience it all the while realizing that reality is not as it seems to be.
Fabulous pic!! What a handsome cat Oscar is.Ellie, believe it or not, I didn't know you had a blog. I don't know how this escaped me exactly, but anyway, not only have you got a blog but it features cats! And God!! And socialism!!!! Brilliant. I'm bookmarking it right now!
Hello, Cathy. How wonderful to see you here!As it happens, I not only have a blog; I have THREE! This one is mainly devoted to politics. I also have one that is on meditation from an interfaith viewpoint:Meditation MattersAnd here's the more churchy spirituality blog:Does Not Wisdom Call?I would so love to have you visit any or all of them. I get more visitors than the comments would indicate. Maybe if you throw in some comments now and then it would stir things up a bit!
Three blogs!!! Even more fabulous! I am off home now from work but am going to put my feet up and have a good read of all three when I get home. Wonderful!!
I've only had time to update "Child of Illusion" so far today. Gotta work this afternoon.More later! :-)
Ellie, I check by all three every day even if I don't always comment. All of them give me food for thought.Since visiting Meditation Matters, I have begun attending a Centering Prayer group. I think it is going to be very helpful with my spiritual development.
Thank you, BooCat. I'm delighted to learn that you come by so often. And I'm REALLY pleased that you've taken up Centering Prayer.I don't mean to suggest that anyone needs to leave a comment if they don't have anything they particularly want to say. It's fine. I'm just aware that a lot more people read than comment. In fact, I do that a number of places myself.
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