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    On Nov 2, 2012 Conrad P. Pritscher wrote:

     I do not experience it at the feeling level but I think I am born and I die each moment.  When we notice our present experience, we become more conscious.  When one is open one has a greater chance of noticing one's present experience.  The poet John Keats said we are open when we make up our mind about nothing. A personal experience where I felt I was giving birth to something sacred occurred the first time I sat to meditate.  Tears came to my eyes. I have since learned that everything I do, all of life, can be a meditation.

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