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    Posted: 24 weeks 3 days ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    What do you believe about your self and what do you actually have faith in— that is so much a part of you it’s invisible, hidden, yet constant like the air you breathe? You hardly perceive it but it’s your sense of self that gives you a life attitude like the scent of your body which life, people and dogs can smell. It follows you everywhere like your shadow determining how you think what you give energy to by attention. Coloring your outlook it’s what you project onto life like tinted,...
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    Posted: 24 weeks 5 days ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    Part 1: I wrote about the topic last night, and this morning during my reading and chanting, I gained insight and some clarity. One point is that within a problem is always the solution, if we don’t try too hard. Sometimes we have to let the answer come in its own time and take the time to be quiet, calm, relaxed, and wait with positive expectancy. For example, leaves fall in autumn on their natural internal schedule. The bulbs flower in the late winter when it is their time. The baby in the...
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    Posted: 25 weeks 1 day ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    THE IMPORTANCE OF COMBINING “HORIZONTAL” GROWTH WITH “VERTICAL,” OR SPIRITUAL, GROWTH: Much of what I write about could be called “horizontal” growth, or tools, thinking processes, angles of vision, or making the mind our friend, that while in of themselves are not counted as bhakti, they're essential for it, and to me, inseparable for remaining, or becoming, an enthusiastic devotee, and happy human being—the spiritual and material sides of life. Horizontal growth means in the broadest sense...
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    Posted: 25 weeks 5 days ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    HOW CAN WE USE OUR SORROW, PAIN OR GREAT LIFE REVERSES TO INVOKE GOD'S GRACE THAT IS HIDDEN BEHIND IT: To be human is to experience pain, betrayal, disappointment, and various kinds of suffering. We may ask, "Why me?" To which I would reply, "Why not you?" We all have our litany lists of wrongs done to us or to those we love. What do we do with this list? One natural tendency is that we would rather avoid pain than to experience happiness, so in the face of pain, violence, or loss, we tend to...
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    Posted: 26 weeks 10 hours ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    Poems share what we feel during a particular time or mood of the day from a breeze on our face. We can label it as good or harsh, bitter cold or stimulating, scented or a repelling stench. We give wings to our experience using word pictures to communicate the magic of connecting to the possibilities of the spirit. We can invest life in our words the nuances and flavors of being what’s ordinarily inexpressible incredible beyond reason. Though to some our subject, is ordinary, usual, every day....
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