Qualifications + Karma Yoga + Guna Management = The Vedanta Three
Use the ‘Vedanta Three’ as a solid, stable foundation upon which to build a Householder Practice.
Whatever external circumstances occurs, bring attention back to the Vedanta Three – this is the point at which the doer seemingly acts….until you realize you’re the knower of the doer.
Either way, the stress and struggle evaporates.
It’s the end of the year, and all around me people are hell-bent on finding the joy…. in the food they eat, the drinks they consume, the shopping they do and the holidays they enjoy. All fun in the moment. But then what? In a week they go back to their regular lives, all the joys spent and over. Memories stored up and feasted on until 50 more weeks have passed and it can all be re-enacted.
‘After you have exhausted what there is in business, politics, conviviality, love, and so on — have found that none of these finally satisfy, or permanently wear — what remains?’ Walt Whitman
Continue reading “The joy really is not in the objects”
We tend to get into ruts where we keep telling the same story again and again. Instead ask ‘Why do I keep telling this story?’ Continue reading “Don’t believe your story”