Two Wolves - A Sahaj Cherookee legend!23 July 2009

Often I visit a very well-written Sahaj blog, that’s full of street-wise wisdom, named Y’Dig? Which is beautiful slang for do you understand? Are you with me? With us? The writer is an old (well, not so old!) yogi who lives in New York, or New Jersey. But he’s in the US, and has written [...]

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Two Wolves - A Sahaj Cherookee tale23 July 2009

There is a very interesting Sahaj blog, called Y’Dig? which I visit often, for relaxing and for wisdom gathering. I came across this gem today, and take the liberty to share:

Two Wolves

An old Cherokee Indian chief was teaching his grandson about life…
“A fight is going on inside me,” he said to the boy.
“It is [...]

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What’s the most important thing you need to learn that they don’t teach you at school?18 July 2009

Answer: How to use your attention. For you what you become, what you make of your life will totally depend on what you do with your attention.
What is attention? A simple answer might be it’s what you use to focus with. But when you start to consider attention, it turns out to be rather complicated. [...]

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