A Course in Miracles provides the sine qua non for the treatment of anger, even if it’s received like a slap in the face: “I am never upset for the reason I think.”
It is impossible for the man who breathes diaphragmatically to have a problem.
When we’re moving, time exists. When stopped and still, there is no time.
You’ll notice the mind has its preoccupations. Fence them off. Savour the silence.
At the tip of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin’s ascending spiral: normalcy. At that point we are not interpreting what we are seeing, not liking or disliking.
“At the end of all our exploring. Will be to arrive where we started. And to know the place for the first time.”