cmt saidSame mistake. Again this may not work as long it goes as a resolution! Helping others because of their need – differs a lot from making it as our decision / resolution or for our own bliss. We can’t decide ourselves as helpful to others. Situations will decide – we may need to be friendly with any situation.
... So go make some resolutions about helping others, it will make your life a bliss.
That is correct, thank you for noticing. I meant to express: Make your only resolution to do everything you want, with others’ happiness in mind.
No resolutions, just following my joy.
People continue to talk about gaining, yet they forget they will die – yes, you too, this body that you are seeing, you will be disconnected from. And why all this association with death being a bad experience?
Feeling scary or insecure? That’s because you thought it belongs to you. Nothing belongs to you, you are here to serve others, not gain things. Take a deep breath, let go of all fanatic thinking and feel the tranquility that requires nothing. So go make some resolutions about helping others, it will make your life a bliss.
Chrome, planning to switch to Tor.
Just ask the uploader.
At least once a week you can open up Photoshop and try to recreate one of your favorite web designs. Chis Coyer also gave this advice, there is also one interesting comment in this article. This will help you improve your technical speed of work, the flow of transferring ideas into designs.
As usual, I would also suggest to buy the books Don’t Make Me Think and Neuro Web Design – What Makes Them Click. These will help you get a deep understanding of what does and doesn’t work and why, thus helping you make quick decisions.
Here are some good advices for daily training. Also, I’ve always wanted to buy the book Creative Workshop: 80 Challenges to Sharpen Your Design Skills, but still haven’t – the feedback for it is great.
I think you can also work on your English grammar a bit, not that mine is any better.
Have a good day
Proportions, spacing, contrast in design – this is what I would learn more about if I were you. I hope this helps for the direction to look at.
Messages For the Ground Crew – for those who need it. If it doesn’t make sense, it’s not for you, don’t force yourself to read it.
And please, stop pushing those who don’t understand what is happening. It contradicts what you preach – unconditional love. There is a reason why it’s called unconditional. Leave everyone experience their own reality as they wish. Enough with the fear – that you so strongly claim to oppose, yet constantly feed others with.
The meditation instructions, teachings and all “religions” have been given for those who want to practice, not to create beliefs and movements out of them.
I’m not practicing Christianity, yet it’s even written in the Bible clearly enough:
For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened. — Mathew 7:8
With that being said, there are generally two kinds of people opening this thread – 1) to convince others in their belief and 2) to convince others in their belief. The 2010-2015 transition has nothing to do with beliefs.
Time for me to go into the wilderness. Don’t be afraid and don’t feel bad if you are. Don’t run away from your darkness (you can’t) – integrate it all and then make a choice. Forget everything that you’ve been told. Enjoy the energy.
May all be virtuous.
what you feel
This really varies from person to person, as there is said to be about 84,000 types of formations that one can experience during meditation, as many types of people there are on Earth. So knowing this can not be of any help, and can actually be detrimental if one starts comparing experiences.
The general experience I have, is of learning more and letting go.
When you wake up you feel like it was real but you notice odd things after thinking about it for a while.
It’s interesting that many people think this is the wake-up state, and that the “dream” is less valid than it. Yes, when you think about it, in other words when you kill your experience with your limited, externally conditioned logic. Robert Monroe has one of the most recommended books on lucid dreaming instructions, haven’t read it yet.
Our mind is very easily deceived to think some things are “real” (or that anything is “real”). Most of us are conditioned by it to an extreme.
NikolaSusa saidYou’ve come to a very important insight about reality – that the mind is uncontrollable, impermanent and non-self. That’s the nature of its existence, but some belief that you are holding, tells you that this is wrong. These wrong beliefs are exactly what causes suffering in life. In meditation we get to learn from direct experience.
Sadly i can’t..I find it hard(impossible) to ‘furn off’ my brain. That’s why i suffer from insomnia.
I’d like to share with you this video.