Winnie-The-Pooh Wisdom

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The Taoist-Zen-Yoga of Winnie-The-Pooh

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14 thoughts on “Winnie-The-Pooh Wisdom

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  2. I so rarely give myself time to do nothing. I am always around people, doing something, planning something, thinking something. I should listen to sweet Pooh bear. ❤

    • Indeed! The same as the Yoga Sutras speaking of the choice-making movement of the mind subsiding – it doesn’t mean to not make choices anymore, but to be able to only choose when I want to and otherwise to be disentangled from the workings of the mind when not required for some functional aspect of life.

  3. As I literally am sitting a moment at the computer to assess a rare to do list that was so long that I had to write it down, I am LOVING this little pop into my reader box. Aaaahhhh… a few more errands and one bathroom to scrub and then I am planning an afternoon of just that…. nothing but sitting still. The presence of the peace within a nonthingness moment is one of the best gifts we can ever share with anyone who is coming to visit us.

    Clean house, cleaning the mind. -xou.M

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