Reclaiming Wholeness




  1. Perfection of Values / Safety

    The Koan of Your Life

  • Please do this meditation for this month. (listen 1-2 times at minimum). Bringing awareness to patterns is always useful towards WHAT and HOW you are with your experiences now. Being with and knowing what’s “up” now is needed to condition how you want to be.

  • Take the 3 questions at the end of Anoja Seeks the Self koan and apply to one of your target issue. (To the target issue you most want to bring attention to during this course.)

    • What do you seek, truly? (— with or oppression target)

      • What did you lose? What felt like it was taken from you?

      • Which value(s) or PRECEPT(s) apply most with your target issue?

    • What are you willing to renounce for it?

      • What is no longer needed now? What’s more important now? —- And, therefore, can or needs to be let go (relinquish, eased, cared-for)?

    • Is it necessary to leave “your home” in order to find what is within you?

      • What patterns are familiar yet no longer needed? What feels like it “worked” or “helped” before yet is no longer useful or in-service of how you want to be now?

  • What aspect(s) of your target issue have been “the koan of your life”? — What themes keeps on surfacing; arising; presenting itself/themselves; maybe, even, insisting? Could be in terms of topic, people, energies, etc.

    • Thus far?

    • Now?

For WEB-MEETING on Wednesday, 11/14:

You & your kalyannamitra will together present each person’s reflection, or discoveries, from the above to the rest of us; including a KOAN if possible.

  • BOTH person presents some aspect of the other person’s stories/koans. —10 minutes for each person. (Yes, 20 minutes for each pair)

  • HOW you 2 want to do it is up to you. — ie: FORMAT is co-determined; break up the 10 minutes how you want.

HIGHLY ENCOURAGED: An in-person meeting with your kalyannamitra BEFORE web-meeting. Get to know each other thru the exploration of the stories of your life, including the one(s) that have become ”the koan(s) of your life”. — (1 is enough…And, if there’s really 2-3, ok.)