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  • Tom Davidson-Marx
    “The ultimate point of view is that there is nothing to understand, so when we try to understand, we are only indulging in acrobatics of the mind. Whatever you have understood, you are not. Why are you getting
  • Tom Davidson-Marx
    A question that came in recently: “I can accept the moment is as its supposed to be but have issues with accepting things like the Rwanda genocide (and other human made atrocities) was it was supposed to be.”
  • Tom Davidson-Marx
    So many times we are advised to just let go. The whole meditation and spiritual endeavor seems to boil down to these three words–just let go. While undoubtedly well-intentioned, these three words could also be the three cruelest
  • Tom Davidson-Marx
    This whole thing is so simple. It’s our mind’s deeply entrenched habit to want to make this more complicated than it really is. And we get little help from many Buddhist scriptural and other tradition-bound sources–if anything, studying,
  • Tom
    With mindfulness we watch our thoughts, simply being with what is unfolding freshly, free of fear, or unbalanced excitement and agitation.   Rhonda Byrne’s ultra-bestselling 2006 self-help book, The Secret, which, sold over 19 million copies and has