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  1. radioman said,

    2009/04/16 at 23:05

    “We are just travelers; learning and experiencing from this beautiful place.”

  2. radioman said,

    2009/04/16 at 23:13

    “You will notice that the emotional/mental state of mind will be more balanced and more in harmony with nature its self. These are the things that will happen.”

  3. radioman said,

    2009/04/16 at 23:16

    …”clear the mind of all the clutter and begin to utilize the emptiness of the mind to realize the goal. To get there takes many years of effort. Constantly will the Will have to be used to rein in the mind and to focus the thoughts. What will be learned is not how to force the mind to stop, but instead, how to channel it the way we want it to go. The mind by its self is empty. All the thoughts are illusionary.”

  4. radioman said,

    2009/04/16 at 23:29

    “This might not be the goal or even the meaning of life, who knows, what it is, is a life that is happy and a life that does not make others unhappy. That is that. Life is Life.”

  5. radioman said,

    2009/04/16 at 23:35

    “By finding movement in stillness and silence in a battle.”

  6. radioman said,

    2009/04/16 at 23:38

    ‘The True is a Silent Sound found within the Chaos.”

  7. radioman said,

    2009/04/17 at 00:02

    “In the woods the thoughts become the distractions, the noises become the confusion, and the memories serve as the t.v. images of the past. Slowly the forest Yogi lets go of the senses, disattaches from the thoughts, and begins to harness the concentrative self. By this effort does the forest Yogi begin to meditate upon the pure principles of their practice. They start to cultivate pure morality, pure understanding, pure practice, emptiness of thoughts, and Yoking of the Goal.”

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