Category Archives: Zen Insights

Constructive Thoughts – July 2018

The source of Liveliness depends on continuous self renewal.

Illusory liveliness is provided by external factors.

Self renewal requires to familiarize with the external Unknown.

Illusory liveliness depending on external factors, is the result of a personal conceptual 
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Liveliness is a daily effort to be part of the Grand Flux of Change.

Illusive liveliness leads to physical,emotional and energetic dependence. Continue reading

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Life Is…

Wavelike.
Particles.
Concrete matter.
Sensed Energy.
A black hole.
A Star.
A movement. Continue reading

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10 Ideas about Words for 2018.

It is better to talk less but say more. Continue reading

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Everyone and Everything in existence is unique and ephemeral

Thank you Dear friends, citizens of planet Earth, who hereby form a community who insists on not hating nor using the name of The Ineffable, The Non-definable to kill, abuse or underestimate. Have you thought that everyone and everything existing … Continue reading

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On Temperance, Humility, Self Responsibility, and The Futility of Self-Importance

Thoughts and Insights from our Facebook Page By Dr. Dorit kedar   On Temperance People tend to fluctuate between virtue and vice, ebb and flow, bad times and good times, love and hatred, the physical and the spiritual. Their angels … Continue reading

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The automatic self,the reflexive self and inner freedom

  On the automatic self, the reflexive self and inner freedom. In one of the films of Kung Fu Panda, Master Shifu tells Po the legend of The Dragon Scroll: The Dragon Warrior can hear the wings flap of a … Continue reading

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Sonia Natra – A multifaceted Artwork

About my dear friend, the person and artist Sonia Natra. By Dr. Dorit Kedar December 2016   Sonia Natra as: A classicist Assimilating the role of a Renaissance sculptor, able to recreate in stone, bronze, gypsum or marble the vivacity … Continue reading

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