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Get Wiser on Twitter: "Buddha was asked: “What have you gained from meditation?” He replied: “Nothing! However, let me tell you what I have lost: Anger, anxiety, depression, insecurity, fear of old age and death.” - @Kpaxs"
Buddha was asked: “What have you gained from meditation?” He replied: “Nothing! However, let me tell you what I have lost: Anger, anxiety, depression, insecurity, fear of old age and death.” - @Kpaxs
buddha  meditation  gain  loss  lost  kpaxs  anger  anxiety  depression  insecurity  old  age  fear  death 
13 days ago by bekishore
How Can a Spiritual Seeker Stay Away from Distractions? | Sadhguru - YouTube
death is the one common denominator among all of us ... whether you are black blue ... whatever you may be

enemy ... wait ... one will die ( you or another ... )
enemy  wait  sadhguru  distraction  useful  important  spiritual  seeker  howto  how2  morbid  death  0 
19 days ago by bekishore
Truths - Siddha Performance
Then what should you do with your life:

See. Create. Then see. Then create. The seeing is for Understanding. The creating is for immersion.
death  birth  living  why  goal  love  samsara  life  disenchantment  prescription  prescriptions  ohoh  ouch  oops  raq  faq  q  pessimism  pessimistic  optimism  optimistic  social  socialization  wheel  karmatruth  truths  kapil  gupta  siddha  performance  00  000  2018-07-20  0 
july 2018 by bekishore
A Glimpse Of Death Opens A Man's Eyes - Siddha Performance
But occasionally something shakes him. A sudden death. A calamity of some sort brings things into sudden perspective. He is shaken from his complacency and he is forced to confront the moment. But eventually, the drama of the event fades, and so does he, back into his well-worn existence.
2018-07-16  kapil  gupta  death  glimpse  life  inertia  action  live  wow  000  !  @  #  @@@  >>>  0 
july 2018 by bekishore
A Quiet Conversation With A Young Prince - Siddha Performance
Me: Your suffering does not come from conquest. Your suffering comes from the significance that you attach to it.

You: Do you not believe conquest to be significant?

Me: Tell me, young prince. If you do not conquer, will you one day die?

You: Yes.

Me: If you succeed in conquering, will you one day die?

You: Yes.

Me: Then how can there be any significance?

...

Me: My dear prince, the bliss is in the conquering. Suffering is in the “having conquered.”

You: No significance.

Me: Indeed, young prince . . . Indeed.
significant  life  goal  success  failure  living  quiet  conversation  young  price  siddha  performance  kapil  gupta  conquest  adventure  courage  die  death  learn  learning  suffer  suffering  advice  truth 
july 2018 by bekishore
A Delicate Solution To The Pains And Sorrows Of Your Life - Siddha Performance
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There will come a day in the future that isn’t as distant as your mind tells you it is. A day will certainly come when you and I are no longer here. And though a select few humans in the world will cry that we are gone, they will once again return to their lives. The buses and the trains will continue to run. The stores will open at the same time they always have.

...

And on that day that you die, if you are lucky you will have a moment or two to look back upon the number of hours and days and years that you were allotted. And when you do, what will you feel? What will you have to say about it?

I’m not interested in what others will say about you when you are dead.

...

In the end, life is more verb than noun.

...
problem  joy  pain  sorrow  pleasure  life  siddha  performance  kapil  gupta  cheer  death  theend  end  clever  judgement  gentle  smile  fix  fixing  cheering  understand  anger  000  000000  000000000  0 
july 2018 by bekishore
The Place You So Desperately Want To Go - Siddha Performance
I will only say this, and I will say it with softness in my voice and sincerity in my heart:

What If There Was A Way Out Of All This?

Not happiness. Not meditation. Not mindfulness. Not positive thinking. Not yoga. Not retreats. Not motivation. Not prayer. Not incense. Not gratitude. Not anything that the feel-good, cosmetic, trite, insincere, derivative, impotent, and unoriginal society has told you.

...

If life has taught me anything, it is that there are no coincidences.

There is a cosmic and universal reason that I’ve spoken these words.

And more importantly, there is a cosmic and universal reason that of the 7.5 Billion people on Earth, I just happened to be speaking these words to YOU.
000  000000  000000000  whatif  way  path  journey  joke  cosmic  coincidence  serendipity  belief  doubt  unless  siddha  performance  kapil  gupta  misery  happiness  vision  goal  purpose  life  living  death  mind  fear  0 
july 2018 by bekishore
Life is Short
If you ask yourself what you spend your time on that's bullshit, you probably already know the answer. Unnecessary meetings, pointless disputes, bureaucracy, posturing, dealing with other people's mistakes, traffic jams, addictive but unrewarding pastimes.
death  die  matter  people  life  short  paul  graham  bullshit  bs  2018-04-25  2018-04  2018  time  attention  focus  seek  seeking  seeker  why  living  0 
april 2018 by bekishore
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