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    1. paarsurrey
      Thanks for rating my post as creative.
    2. stvdv
      Thank you for sharing the beautiful Buddhist Teaching. The best
    3. InChrist
      Thank you for the winner frubal. Have a good day.
    4. ChristineM
      Thanks for the frube on The Ukraine and Russia Thread
      1. ajay0 likes this.
    5. ChristineM
      Thanks for the useful frube on Rise in Psychosis cases in England linked with Stress of Pandemic
    6. ChristineM
      Thanks for liking Righteousness
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    7. Revoltingest
      Thanx for the field of study & profession frubal.
      And for flurballing the fancy birthday cake for Ashoka.
      And for the cheese filling of the Moon frubyl.
    8. paarsurrey
      Thanks for rating my post as useful.
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    9. ManSinha
      Thank you for the like in the thread Advaita questions.
    10. paarsurrey
      Thanks for rating my post as winner.
      1. ajay0
        Eloquently written. :)
        Oct 18, 2019
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    11. ameyAtmA
      PraNAm. Thanks for your ever-generous frubals/points/ratings.
      Also, please keep the vivek alive as you always do thru' your posts.
      1. ajay0
        You were worthy of it. :)
        Jul 25, 2019
    12. ChristineM
      Thanks for the winner frube on Remembering Niki Lauda
    13. Revoltingest
      Thanx for the birthday cake frubal.
      And for froobing the 53rd birthday cake.
    14. stvdv
      Thank you for the 2 "likes" and 1 "useful" in the thread "what do you know about meditation

      I will keep your below quote in mind ... when trying out this "imagination" exercise though

      "Your true nature is awareness and not what your mind is producing. - Burt Harding"
      1. ajay0
        Here's some more by Nisargadatta... : )

        We miss the real by lack of attention, and create the unreal by excess of imagination.

        Desire is the memory of pleasure and fear is the memory of pain. Both make the mind restless.

        Once you know with absolute certainty that nothing can trouble you but your own imagination, you come to disregard your desires and fears, concepts and ideas and live by truth alone.
        Jan 3, 2019
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      2. stvdv
        Thanks for sharing.

        Once I had a dream holding hands with Sai Baba on one side and Nisargadatta on the other side. The previous day I was in a detached cleanup mode throwing out all my books. One was from Nisargadatta. Very nice dream, very good lesson.

        Thanks for the valuable Nisargadatta verses. Peaceful mind is a great treasure.
        Jan 3, 2019
    15. vishnulakshmi
      Hello Ajay
      कल्कि जन्म ले चुके हैं
      kalki come in ww3 ,right :)
    16. ameyAtmA
      Hi Ajay
      Sorry for the delayed reply :
      LalitA SahasranAma
      shloka 1, nAma 4 of 1000: chidagni-kunDa-sambhUtA = One Who came out of the fire of Pure Consciousness i.e. Pure Consciousness Bramhan' is Her Source
      shloka 90, nAma 417 of 1000: chetanA-rupA = Pure Consciousness
      1. ameyAtmA
        shloka 160, nAma 861 of 1000: kAntyArdha-vigrahA = half the Person of Shiv
        and yet
        shloka 183, nAma 999 of 1000: shiva-shaktyaika-rUpiNi = the union of Shiv-Shakti

        Overlap of names between VishNusahasranAma and LalitAshasranAma :
        1. aprameya = immeasurable
        2. yadnya = VishNu
        3. Lakshmi, mahAlakshmI
        Nov 1, 2018
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      2. ameyAtmA
        sacchidAnanda-rUpAya vishwatpathyAdi hetave |
        tApatraya vinAshAya shri KRshNAya vayam numah: ||
        -- BhAgvat PurAN, mahAtmya , shloka 1
        || Shri KRshNArpaNamastu ||
        Nov 1, 2018
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    17. Marcion
      Thanks for fruballing How should we view Jesus in the Dharmic Religions?!
    18. Revoltingest
      Thanx for the cakie frubie!
      And for froobing the imagined chocolate birthday cake!
      And for the pre-Adam & pre-Eve frubal.
    19. ChristineM
      Thanks for fruballing Consciousness
    20. InChrist
      Thank you!
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