Memories Lie

I forget who it was who said something along the following:

“We spend most of our time thinking about sex, except for act itself, when our minds tend to wander.”

When we really pay attention to the moment by moment rising phenomena, what is true and real?  The following, as stated so well by Tracy, who passed this on to me, is “no great surprise to meditators, though apparently a shocking revelation to scientists.”

Read more on this here.

(Thanks, Tracy.)

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2 thoughts on “Memories Lie

  1. steve

    yes, see what is already there…I am so grateful for this opportunity of conditions to “wake up”…While science may prove it, they still need to do (feel) it fopr real. Without the balance of knowing and doing (feeling) one falls off the edge…

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