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Enlightenment in the East: Misunderstood & Misinterpreted

Enlightenment in the East: Misunderstood & Misinterpreted

Enlightenment in the East is often misunderstood and misinterpreted. It is completely different from the philosophical movement known as “the Enlightenment” in Europe during the 18th century. Eastern enlightenment is often studied but never experienced. It is usually viewed through our Western and modern linear view of life. Yet the…

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Humility: A Sage’s Ultimate Reality

Humility: A Sage’s Ultimate Reality

The effortless universal virtue of humility is what evokes enlightenment in life. The big problem with this mystical virtue is generally we only have fleeting moments of its power, as we constantly get sucked back into the subjective dramas of the world in our mind. As a result, we revere…

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The Trap of Devotion to God and Guru

The Trap of Devotion to God and Guru

We fear nothing more than being truly independent. True independence does not mean in the social context in regards to individual job titles, nor does it mean in the collective sphere of nationalistic independence, though both may be derivatives. Real independence is spiritual sovereignty, meaning the individual truly lives psychologically…

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