Jivanmukti?

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Unrealistic Offers Around Town

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Goddesses Around Town

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Kali Durga Namo Namah

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Statuary Around Town

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Saraswati namaha.

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Signs Around Town (Sthiram Sukham Asanam?)

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Advaita Vedanta?

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Found Objects Around Town

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Found Exhortation

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But then what do we do with some of the answers?

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How Appropo to My Current Situation

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Today’s puja card.

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Signs Around Town

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Thinking about Ferguson. Thinking about how there is still evident damage from the 1968 riots in DC, just north of my home and just blocks from the US Capitol.

Thinking about the yoga concept of samscara and the consistent and conscious and intentional efforts and practices it to create new and more life-affirming patterns when we’re stuck in an unhealthy groove.

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