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Naveen Wrote:
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> Poster Boy Wrote:
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> > Are you able to get yourself centered at this
> > level and maintain it without confining
>
> Hallo Mark,
>
> I understand what you’re asking. To do what you
> are describing I would have to have a very
> determined intention to do so. Normally I am like
> anybody else forgetting all about it and in a more
> or less automatic way doing my things. Especially
> when I am among or around other people, like going
> into town. Then sometimes, very unexpected, it can
> just “hit me” and then there I am observing
> the situation I find myself in at that particular
> moment. Sometimes very enlightening, sometimes
> very disturbing.
> These kind of experiences lead me to the
> conclusion, that enlightenment ( or what you
> called “to be centered at this level”) is not
> something to achieve or accomplish, but something
> that can and needs to be maintained or supported
> each and every single moment. At least that is the
> stage I find myself in in this period of my life
> (a kind of transition stage if you wish). It is
> not meant to say that it can never be a permanent
> state, but that is not where I am right now.
> Since you were asking this question: would you
> mind sharing your experience(s) in this respect?
>
> All the best,
> Naveen.


Naveen
I find your question to be instructive, I that it immediately shifted my mind to episodes that your own description here recalls. I must take my time in this one, but I will reply. Thanks for the answer and the question!

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