Tag Archives: Philosophy

The Strength

The strength that’s inside of us, is made by courage, determination and resistance. There are moments in life when we need strength, power of for “a right action”, namely the activation of a tank of latent energy we have inside … Continue reading

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Beyond the appearances…while I am observing those persons

Maybe, we should have to take a look to what lies beyond the appearances. It’s there that we should learn to look. We are often, very often, stuck in a series of conditioning is that deny us to see, really … Continue reading

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Christmas: The Tree of Life

So, here we are: Christmas 2015! And, I’ll take this opportunity to speak about an object that is a symbol for such a festivity. Yes, I am speaking about the Christmas tree. Indeed, it’s not a secret that the tree … Continue reading

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Pondering: What about superficiality? Attitude and personal example.

It is no longer needed to write a post about the fact that, in the last few years, superficiality is climbing, diffused in the social tissue; superficial contents, often driven by ignorance, circulating with increasing frequency everywhere: yes, in the … Continue reading

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Towards an “Objective Reason”

How often are our acts freely chosen? Can we say we can perform an action without any kind of interference or intervention?  And what about the cause of the acts? It is not easy to define the word, “freedom”, beyond … Continue reading

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The Essene Version of the Lord’s Prayer

The many different interpretations of the various aspects of what is offered as foundational information about Jesus the Nazarene,  has always been of great interest – what he said and taught, and how translations over the centuries have changed dramatically, … Continue reading

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The Importance of Relaxation (with mp3 guided exercise)

Undervaluing the importance of relaxation is the most deleterious thing that a human being could do to himself. But it’s what humans usually do. They don’t deny only the possibility to be relaxed, but even to learn how to be … Continue reading

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The Practice of Yoga Nidra doesn’t imply the loss of will. Indeed!

What this author has written, is often resisted by some, when the practice of Yoga Nidra is proposed.  A resistance – meaning that there is a sort of fear to “let oneself go” completely, as if one may lose the … Continue reading

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The Hideaway of our Fears

Is there anything more paralyzing and more difficult to acknowledge, than our fears? We have specialized ourselves to hide our fears in such a way that, in order not to recognize them and admit their existence, we are able to … Continue reading

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The Awakening of an Understanding

There are times in our lives when we lose particularly special moments of which some of them could really change, in a radical way, the whole course of our lives, allowing us to experience new, unexpected possibilities. Possibilities that usually … Continue reading

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