Thursday, January 9, 2014



You are not everywhere but everythere. Conciser it.

Where is "where"? it is questioning and not present.

"There" is direct and "there"

"I am everywhere", sounds meaningful and deep and wholesome.


"I am everythere" is truth.


In meditation try an English mantra. I don't use mantras normally but can occasionally find use in them. In developing single pointedness or concentration they can be a tool but what is the use of one that means nothing to you? Ok it may remove wasteful thoughts but the mantras are meaningful to those whos language they are born from.

Try: "Absent" "Absent" "Absent" "Absent"

or if it is generating too much negativity and you don't have the strength to get to the core;

Try: "There" "There" "There" "There" "Here" "Here" "Here" "Now" "Now"

"This" "This" "This"

and other words that draw you from the dual.

This post originally appeared on Ta-Wan's blog, Tao Wow.

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