Saturday Sermon

This week I was at my first "real" job interview.. felt really weird.. just, that I hadn't imagined I would be as much the interviewer as the interviewed.. there was always the idea in my mind that the one applying is getting interviewed so, it was a totally new experience. Similar to going to a … Continue reading Saturday Sermon

Writings partly inspired by Buddhism, talks from Jiddu Krishnamurti and videos by Leo Gura of actualized.org

How locked is the everyday mind into its usual habits that even the names of common objects pass by the consciousness unnoticed. There is nothing ordinary however about existence, it is ALWAYS here and ALWAYS unfathomably mysterious, ungraspable and infinite. History, culture and reasons, just faint patterns on the tapestry of a miniscule grain in … Continue reading Writings partly inspired by Buddhism, talks from Jiddu Krishnamurti and videos by Leo Gura of actualized.org

Throwback Tuesday

I began the morning reordering the joint bedroom and office for a more harmonious environment. Then I had this glorious breakfast color wheel! In the afternoon I began learning node.js and JavaScript in conjunction with finally getting my feet wet in the DaMP project! The first goal is be able to scrape a webpage without … Continue reading Throwback Tuesday

Digital Expansion: Food, Pumpkin-House, Poetry and Visions of a Better Future

This day I planned using a compressed version of this cool schedule/script I am working on called JSuSCH²R (name is just a coincidence, not deliberate AT ALL!!)  🤣 Even so, I am sure Jesus gives his blessings. Since I started at 11 A.M instead of at 7, all hours got compressed to 45 minutes. In … Continue reading Digital Expansion: Food, Pumpkin-House, Poetry and Visions of a Better Future

Become Buddha — Meditation practice with Visual Guide

The first step is to get rid of the 5 hindrances: Sensory attachments Ill-will Heaviness of body Restlessness and worry Doubt Their opposites are represented in the picture below A state of bliss is reached when the five hindrances are removed. This is the first jhana, or meditative state. Jhanas are sometimes called samadhi. The … Continue reading Become Buddha — Meditation practice with Visual Guide

Walk in Vallentuna

Two days ago I took a walk with my father in autumn colored Vallentuna. The weather was chilly and cloudy weather and the air clean and refreshing! First we got an errand dealt with; inscribing me in the Swedish social security, which has its office next to the town square Then we visited the local … Continue reading Walk in Vallentuna

Bring about a new world

My personal experiences confirms that at the core of all religions and all spiritual teachings as well as the latest results from science are pointers towards the same ultimate truth Consciousness as the totality of existance itself is unconditional love and is prior to anything manifested Consciousness is everyone and everything that ever existed and … Continue reading Bring about a new world

Enlightenment insights

While walking along the river today Truth of reality is accessed by reducing as much copied behaviours of the past reoccurring in the present as possible. This is what is referred to as subconscious. Since reality contains all possibilities, including everything that appears as paradox, a paradoxical way to access the truth is by very … Continue reading Enlightenment insights