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Savitri, Bk 3, 3.4

00 PDF just the poem bk 3 c 3 sections 4 to the end

Remember to Be

 

 

Verses

 

Whatever the place you’re in

Whatever you feel

Whatever is going on

Remember to be

 

Let go of the future

Let go of the past

Set all your concerns aside

Remember to be

 

 

CHORUS

 

No matter the grief or pain

We still can be free

With just the most gentle shift

Remember to be….

Remember to be

 

 

VERSE

 

Whenever the stillness blooms

The heart can breathe free

the chains on our wings are broke

just ‘membering to be

 

Let go of the future

Let go of the past

Set all your concerns aside

Remember to be

 

CHORUS

No matter the grief or pain

We still can be free

With just the most gentle shift

Remember to be….

Remember to be

 

Now all can join hands and sing

We all can create

A world filled with joy and peace

Just ‘membering to be..

Remember to be

 

 

How to get to sleep

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integrated practice

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writings, integral world and more

August 10, 2018

 

I used to have about a dozen essays at http://www.infinityfoundation.com. If someone asked about one of them, I would just send them a link.  But Rajiv (the creator of that site) has taken down all the essays (mine and a few hundred more) he formerly hosted.

A few people in recent days have asked about various essays. I don’t have time to post them individually but I thought it might be nice to give links to essays that are still on various sites around the net.

Here are my essays from http://www.integralworld.net (a formerly pro-Ken Wilber site, now mostly a vociferous anti-Wilber and generally anti-integral site – very interesting place)

 

 

 

Here are my blog posts from the Indian Psychology Institute (if you have trouble accessing these, just go back to http://www.ipi.org.in, choose the pulldown menu on the right – “Forum” and choose “Blogs.”  Then scroll down and look on the right side where it says “Select Author” and choose my name and you’ll see all my blog posts.

Or just click this link: http://www.ipi.org.in/blogs/author/don/

 

Here’s another essay on the IPI site: http://ipi.org.in/texts/ip2/ip2-6.2-.php

 

That should be enough to keep y’all busy for a few centuries.  I have digital copies of all the essays that were at the Infinity Foundation site and hope to get them up at some point.

Thanks for reading and as always, please write if you have any comments or questions (perhaps the best way to reach me is on the contact page at http://www.remember-to-breathe.org)

 

 

 

 

 

Shaving Science With Ockham’s Razor

Click here for PDF file: Shaving Science With Ockham’s Razor

Please feel free to write me at donsalmon7@gmail.com with suggestions as to why the premise of this essay is wrong:

PREMISE: There are no scientific findings which preclude considering consciousness as a causal factor in the universe.  Nor are there findings in any area of science – including quantum physics, parapsychology or near-death experience research – which require the consideration of consciousness as a causal factor (both of these statements are in regard to current scientific methodology).

Our book, “Yoga Psychology and the Transformation of Consciousness: Seeing Through the Eyes of Infinity“, is available on Amazon.

There’s a 45 minute CD that comes along with the book.  We made the CD for two main reasons.  One was to help those who do not have a meditation practice develop one.  The first 5 tracks of the CD are brief guided meditations accompanied by music.  These include basic breathing exercises, relaxation and concentration practices, and meditations for refining awareness. They are basic meditative practices that can provide a solid foundation for whatever kind of meditation practice you may eventually wish to pursue.

The second reason we created the CD was to provide a contemplative, experiential version of the main themes of the book, including the ultimate causes of suffering, the means for developing a more enduring sense of joy, meaning and purpose, and the relationship between spirituality and social change.