Colin Wilson and “The Robot” – by Gary Lachman

Wilson tells us he is often oblivious to the scenery because his robot has taken over the task of cutting out irrelevant details so he can get through a day’s work. Yet when his day is over and he wants to relax, he often finds that he can’t. His automatic pilot—the robot—is in gear and … Continue reading Colin Wilson and “The Robot” – by Gary Lachman

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Separating ourself from ourself | Jim Robinson

"...our first steps towards freedom require us to “remember ourselves” and in doing so “separate ourselves from ourselves”. As I understand it, this means in my psychological language to dis-identify with the reactive places we are caught in. In other words to make an object of the part of that is caught into whatever reaction … Continue reading Separating ourself from ourself | Jim Robinson

Who am I? The False Self and the True Self by Jaq White

Continuing on from my previous blog post Who Am I? All the World's a Stage and All the Men and Women Merely Players In the Natural World, we can observe a harmony that is at the same time both simple, and yet sophisticated.  We see different insects, plants, trees and creatures evolving into their own … Continue reading Who am I? The False Self and the True Self by Jaq White

The four faults of natural awareness from the Shangpa tradition

The Borscht of times, the Würste of times

The four faults of natural awareness from the Shangpa tradition

So close you can’t see it

So deep you can’t fathom it

So simple you can’t believe it

So good you can’t accept it

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Who am I? – All the World’s a Stage and All the Men and Women merely Players by Jaq White

All the World’s a Stage and All the Men and Women merely Players - Which part are you playing? - by Jaq White One of the questions many of us ask ourselves at some point in our lives is, “Who am I?" Throughout life, we take on many roles, each one relating to whichever situation … Continue reading Who am I? – All the World’s a Stage and All the Men and Women merely Players by Jaq White