Comments on: sharing the light of the undivided mind the practical spirituality of unconditional love Tue, 27 Jul 2010 11:12:14 +0000 hourly 1 By: faheem Sat, 24 Dec 2005 20:39:36 +0000 Dear Stan, i have heard of the course of miracles, I thought that the attached link is to an article of an interview with modern-Day Taoist Wizard Peter Ragnar
by Andrew Cohen. thought it related very much to the way you are describing the ego’s sense of self an idea, and that if one were truly enlightened as Peter Ragnar… how is it possible to die. Peter’s aim is very specific – to live a very long time.. but again thought you may find it interesting to meditate upon. i look forward to your thoughts. All the best for 2006!

By: Stan Sun, 16 Jan 2005 13:56:30 +0000 Dear Joseph,

The ego is chaotic by nature, because it’s based on the belief that one can be separate from the perfect harmony that we really are.

The ego-mind wanders off constantly because, denying the only home where everyone belongs, it has no place to stay, no place to rest.

It’s no use trying to improve or correct the ego, because that would make it real in my mind. The ego is nothing and will disappear when I’ve seen it fully for what it is and do not identify myself with it anymore.

Peace cannot be attained, only constantly forgotten.

Every effort to find peace, is really an effort to ignore it.

Peace is what we are.

All the wisdom I need, is fully accessible through inner peace.

What I’ve come to learn here, is simple trust and acceptance. This means I shouldn’t try to be in control as One already is. The ego cannot let go, but I can, because I’m not my ego.



By: joseph wilson Sat, 15 Jan 2005 22:09:31 +0000 how do defaet the ego and the illution as a means of love as the mind often wonder off
is there a way to use my ego to my advatage and the wisdom gain as a teaching for others