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  1. iNapping (ages 0 andUp) – poem

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    May 12 by The Running Son

    http://www.cutestpaw.com/images/piglet-naptime/

    iNapping  (ages 0 andUp) – poem I nap. iNap InAp inapt inept except accept-ing-nep-tuning moon-mother kept easeing me lovely shine-lady …
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  2. We could meditate together

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    May 12 by The Running Son

    http://meditationauthority.org/mind/regular-meditation-easier-to-find-love/

        8 we could meditate together Sit here, with me. Now breath girl, and look deep in my eyes, …
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  3. The Present Moment

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    April 30 by The Running Son

    Michael at Will to Meaning reminds us this morning about the NOW, the present moment. Wise words.  ~Jim

  4. Transpersonal Tidbits: The Simile of the Tibetan Elephant Herder in 11 and 33 Stages |

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    April 18 by The Running Son

    The Simile of the Elephant Herder in 33 Stages Meditation Instruction: Calm Abiding Represented as a Painting Meditation Meditation Instructions …
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  5. BLOG Changes: …and words on general things & stuff. See it! feel it around you. RATE it!

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    April 17 by The Running Son

    Oh please nothing’s ending. I feel like an html expert. I’m not, I just learned how to use the wordpress …
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  6. Leiden University 2012 Study: Meditation Makes You More Creative |

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    April 14 by The Running Son

    Apr. 19, 2012 — Certain meditation techniques can promote creative thinking. This is the outcome of a study by cognitive …
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  7. HELP needed: When is it Necessary to start a Second blog? – by Jim Aldrich |

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    April 9 by The Running Son

    posted by Jim Aldrich Editor, the RunningFather blog . Something happened several days ago. I finally published posts I wrote …
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  8. Origins of Western Buddhism: Early Beginnings to 1960 – & mini-gallery |

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    March 24 by The Running Son

    Origins of Western Buddhism: Early Beginnings to 1960 Intro from http://www.wisdom-books.com Buddhism is commonly thought of as an eastern religion, …
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  9. Putting Attention on Awareness: the ‘Awareness Watching Awareness’ Method – by Tom Stine |

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    March 21 by The Running Son

    Putting Attention on Awareness: the ‘Awareness Watching Awareness’ Method by Tom Stine . Putting Attention on Awareness Written July 16, …
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  10. A Meditation Experience – by Tony Schwartz |

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    March 19 by The Running Son

     A Meditation Experience by Tony Schwartz Copyright (c) 1995 by Tony Schwartz Excerpt taken from What Really Matters: Searching for …
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  11. 5 Steps in Making the Ignatian Examen – by Ken Ireland |

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    March 17 by The Running Son

    Steps in Making the Ignatian Examen by Ken Ireland Visit Ken’s blog at: http://jesuskoan.blogspot.com In response to the request of …
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  12. Transpersonal Tidbits: FOUR Types of Yoga Practitioners |

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    March 10 by The Running Son

    FOUR Types of Yoga Practitioners • The Pragmatist • The Explorer • The Self-Helper • The Mystic The Pragmatist The …
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  13. Transpersonal Testimonies: Human Potential, Human Cruelty (Or: How Meditation and Behavioral Therapy Kept Me From A Killing Spree) by Random Smith, aka Depression Time |

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    March 10 by The Running Son

    Human Potential, Human Cruelty (Or: How Meditation and Behavioral Therapy Kept Me From A Killing Spree) by random smith, aka Depression …
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  14. Yoga for Self-Regulation of At-Risk Children: an Interview with Michelle Mitchell – by Rob Schware |

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    March 7 by The Running Son

    Yoga for Self-Regulation of At-Risk Children by Rob Schware, Executive Director, Give Back Yoga Foundation, President, Yoga Service Council Originally …
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  15. Traumatic Abuse in Cults: An Exploration of an Unfamiliar Social Problem by Daniel Shaw, C.S.W |

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    March 7 by The Running Son

    Traumatic Abuse in Cults: An Exploration of an Unfamiliar Social Problem by Daniel Shaw, C.S.W original source  (This essay uses …
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  16. RunningFather blog CALLOUT: Bring me your Transpersonal Tesitimonies/accounts of transformation! |

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    March 4 by The Running Son

    Tell me your story… _________________________________________________________ Links to Testimonies in response to the RFB Callout: The Running Son: Jim’s Story (installment …
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  17. Transpersonal Tidbits: Notes on Meditation Postures & Enneagram Types – by Claudio Naranjo (from ’97 workshop) |

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    March 3 by The Running Son

    Notes on Meditation Postures (from 1997 workshop with Claudio Naranjo) Meditation Postures by Enneagram Type: o  One (serenity) – Back …
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  18. Sufism and Psychology: Clinical Perspectives – by Julian Zanelli |

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    March 3 by The Running Son

    [ Repost from: http://analysis3.com/download.php?id=59498 ] Sufism and Psychology: Clinical Perspectives By Julian Zanelli (part 2) In part one of this article …
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  19. The Cultural Circuitry of Yoga in America: An Interview with Author Stefanie Syman |

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    March 2 by The Running Son

    [ Repost from: http://shiversupthespine.blogspot.com/2011/01/cultural-circuitry-of-yoga-in-america.html ] The Cultural Circuitry of Yoga in America: An Interview with Author Stefanie Syman Friday, January …
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  20. Neurotheology: Your Brain on Religion – Mystic visions or brain circuits at work? Newsweek May 7, 2001 |

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    March 2 by The Running Son

    [ Repost from: http://www.cognitiveliberty.org/neuro/neuronewswk.htm ] Your Brain on Religion:Mystic visions or brain circuits at work? By Sharon Begley, Newsweek, Copyright …
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  21. Death on the Path to Enlightenment: Inside the Rise of India Syndrome – By Scott Carney |

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    March 2 by The Running Son

    Death on the Path to Enlightenment: Inside the Rise of India Syndrome Every year thousands of westerners flock to India …
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  22. Yoga fakes & money spinners: 14 Indicators to avoid being had – by ‘yogalearner’ |

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    March 1 by The Running Son

    [ Reblog from: http://yogalearner.blogspot.com/2008/11/yoga-fakes-and-money-spinners.html ] Yoga fakes and money spinners I have already spoken my mind about the undesirable trend of …
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  23. The Role of Spiritual Teachers – by Nirmala, Advaita Teacher |

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    February 28 by The Running Son

    Role of Spiritual Teachers by Nirmala Nirmala . After a lifetime of spiritual seeking, Nirmala met his teacher, Neelam, a …
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  24. Mysticism as the Crossing of Ultimate Boundaries: A Theological Reflection – by Wayne Teasdale |

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    February 28 by The Running Son

    Mysticism as the Crossing of Ultimate Boundaries: A Theological Reflection by Wayne Teasdale ABSTRACT (click title above for FULL article) …
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  25. The Nature of Spiritual Transformation: A Review of the Literature – by Arthur J. Schwartz, Ed.D. |

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    February 28 by The Running Son

    The Nature of Spiritual Transformation: A Review of the Literature . (Introduction and T.O.C. excerpt included for preview below. Click …
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  26. Western Mysticism II: The Cloud of Unknowing – by Dr. Tan Kheng Khoo |

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    February 26 by The Running Son

    Western Mysticism II The Cloud of Unknowing By Dr. Tan Kheng Khoo  Voices and Visions This essay is the continuation …
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  27. Western Mysticism I: The Dark Night of the Soul – by Dr. Tan Kheng Khoo |

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    February 26 by The Running Son

    Western Mysticism I: The Dark Night of the Soul By Dr. Tan Kheng Khoo “That the mind itself has a …
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  28. Sufi services offer chance to learn about religions – 2/1/13 by Megan Quinn, dailycamera.com |

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    February 26 by The Running Son

    Sufi services offer chance to learn about religions By Megan Quinn, Camera Staff Writer http://www.dailycamera.com Posted:   02/01/2013 11:13:58 PM …
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  29. Charlatan Series: Secular fall of a non-guru yoga guru – by Terry Mattingly |

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    February 24 by The Running Son

    Secular fall of a non-guru yoga guru March 30, 2012 By tmatt (Terry Mattingly (editor of the http://www.patheos.com ‘GetReligion’ channel) …
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  30. Meditation: Pagan and Christian – Pastoral Conference, St. James Lutheran, Michigan, May 1976 |

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    February 24 by The Running Son

    Click Title below to view paper–> Meditation: Pagan and Christian by Frederick J. Toppe [Southwest Michigan Pastoral Conference, St. James …
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