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Self-Forgiveness Meditation – One Mind Dharma

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Self-Forgiveness Meditation (Last Updated On: April 19, 2019) This is a guided meditation on self forgiveness. Although not a traditional Buddhist heart practice, forgiveness is an important quality to cultivate. With forgiveness, we can free up space in our hearts for more responsiveness and less reactivity. We can live without …

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The Finders Course, Permanent Enlightenment, & Fundamental Wellbeing with Dr. Jeffery Martin

BIO: Dr. Jeffery Martin is a founder of the Transformative Technology space, serial entrepreneur and social scientist who researches personal transformation and the states of greatest human well-being. He spent the last 10 years conducting the largest international study on persistent non-symbolic experience (PNSE), which includes the types of consciousness commonly known as: …

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The Process of Forgiveness – One Mind Dharma

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The Process of Forgiveness (Last Updated On: April 16, 2019) Today’s topic is the practice and process of forgiveness. Matthew talks about self-forgiveness, forgiveness for others, and what it means to forgive. You can read our post at https://oneminddharma.com/forgiveness-exercises/ for some forgiveness exercises. Visit https://oneminddharma.com/podcasts/dharma-talk-2/ to subscribe, support, and learn …

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Letting Go In Meditation Isn’t As easy As It Sounds

Letting Go In Meditation Isn’t As easy As It Sounds

The profound opportunity of meditation is to completely let go of any adherence to your current interpretive framework. All of the experience we have, every sensation that runs through us passes through an elaborate and largely unconscious interpretive mechanism. Our experience doesn’t just show up. It shows up as something. It …

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Self-Regulation for the Modern Day Mystic

Self-Regulation for the Modern Day Mystic

In our modern era, it appears that stress and overwhelm have become a normalized baseline for most people. When we were younger, the majority of us probably received a particular roadmap for success. If you worked really hard, got into a good college, and found a good job that paid …

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Making Time for Practice – One Mind Dharma

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(Last Updated On: March 25, 2019) We’ve recently been answering questions on the new Dharma Talk podcast. In the last few weeks, a handful of people have asked the same question:  How do I find time for practice in my life? It’s a tricky one, as we all have different …

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Karma, the Law of Cause and Effect

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Karma, the Law of Cause and Effect (Last Updated On: March 25, 2019) Today I am talking a little bit about karma. This is an often misunderstood topic as far as dharma goes. I’ll cover a bit about traditional teachings, and then go on to investigate how we can use …

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How To Find The Therapy You Need

When readers leave comments here on Simple Mindfulness asking for help or advice, I do my best to share what I know that may help.  In some cases, that’s enough.  In others, it’s clear that the reader needs more in-depth help than I can offer in a comment.  In those …

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A Return to Innocence – About Meditation

A Return to Innocence

  I teach a form of meditation that can act as a leverage point to catapult you into a different reality. In order to open ourselves up to the profound spiritual transformation that meditation makes possible we must begin to realize that our perception of reality is made up of …

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