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Meditation: A Process Of Retraining The Mind, by Bhante Gunaratna

FaceBook  On Dec 31, 2019 Patrick wrote:
For those of us who follow a “Christian” path, this is the contemplative way to become “en Christo”, one with Universal Christ. It is of course similar to states alluded to in other faith paths. }:- a.m. (anonemoose monk)

Opening Thy Palm, by Rabindranath Tagore

FaceBook  On Jul 23, 2019 Patrick Perching Eagle wrote:
“To give is perhaps the greatest gift we can receive.” }:- ♥️ anonemoose monk, proverbs on the hoof

Greatest Of All Religions, by Pir-o-Murshid Inayat Khan

FaceBook  On Jul 16, 2019 Patrick Perching Eagle wrote:
The greatest of all religions is of course not “religion” at all. And the “study” of life will always be ultimately about relationships, relationships of all kinds because everything is connected. }:- ♥️ anonemoose monk

Do You Direct Your Mind Or Does Your Mind Direct You?, by Yogi Bhajan

FaceBook  On May 14, 2019 Patrick Perching Eagle wrote:
If the mind controls the will and we have nothing else, we are in big trouble! But in “centering down” the mind into the “heart” we bring it under the influence of Divine LOVE. Therein the mind is informed, even transformed and thus the will. }:- ❤️🙏🏼 anonemoose monk

It Doesn't Matter If You Believe In It, by Kazu Haga

FaceBook  On Feb 19, 2019 Patrick Perching Eagle wrote:
At the Center of the Universe, of all things, is a Relationship — Divine LOVE, the Source of Beloved Community from which all things emanate. This is perennial Truth that mystics, indigenous people, and most faith traditions hold as common knowledge. }:- ❤️ anonemoose monk

No Rush, No Dawdle: The Secret Of Proper Timing, by Tom Maxwell

FaceBook  On Oct 30, 2018 Patrick wrote:

 “Mindfulness” is simply being present to what is. Not necessarily an easy state of mind and body to reach especially in our highly distracted technological and secular age.  The truth of mindfulness is a perennial truth that contemplatives have known for centuries and tried to “practiced”.  It is the emptying of nothingness of Buddhism, the “centering down” of Christianity, and other “practices” among the religious.


Bedrock On Which We All Stand, by J. Krishnamurti

FaceBook  On Aug 28, 2018 anonemoose monk wrote:

 "There are no perfect people or institutions, only the struggle to be whole."  Richard Rohr


If we can seek Divine LOVE (God by any other name), we may be enabled to rise above the brokenness and begin The Journey toward wholeness and Home.  }:- ❤️




"The Spirit of Truth can produce this kind of fruit in us: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control."  (from a letter to Galatia, a "moosage version")


It is increasingly sad how in this secular age we try to explain goodness aside from (God) Divine LOVE.  As if broken humanity has the capacity for goodness aside from inner healing by LOVE.  Yet, I do understand as religion has done much harm in the world.  }:- 💔>❤️



Communication As Mutual Entrainment, by Ursula LeGuin

FaceBook  On Jul 24, 2018 Patruck Watters wrote:

 Face to face dialog (listening) is the beginning of peace.  }:- ❤️ anonemoosecmonk and Thich Nhat Hanh too 😍


Somehow I'm Always Held, by Jeff Foster

FaceBook  On Jun 12, 2018 Patrick Watters wrote:

 "Somehow" yes, I have known this too.  Now closing in on 70 years, I have found deep Truth in some of the meditations of Richard Rohr, his book titled Falling Upward is applicable in a holy way.  }:- ❤️ Patrick Perching Eagle (aka anonemoose monk)