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Remember, if you are wondering about anything, then you are not as clear as you could be. Therefore, do not make up your own mind about what to do or not do based on your current level of not being as clear as you could be. Instead, learn to mentally Google whatever you need to know. What you will discover is that your mind is connected to the Infinity of Mind. Then you'll get it. "Oh, wow, that's what Yoga IS!" It is the realization that your mind and Big Mind are one and the same.
At first, you will talk about it as though you are "connected," but then you will realize, "Wow, there's not enough of me — all by myself — to actually connect with anything." You are not actually connected! Rather, you ARE The All in specific and unique self-expression. Therefore, in a very practical everyday sense you ARE already wirelessly connected to the Infinity of Mind. You can therefore access more Knowing than you are currently accessing, if you just practice a little.
I find that by carrying a little tape-recorder around with me during the day it is a sign that I am ready to hear more. Mentally call out to the Universe whenever you need to know something. Deliberately start a conversation and then listen for Knowing. Invite the insight more, and more, and more, and more.
FSY Freeform Playlist from class:
- Kafez (Dusk Mix) ~ Nuria Lita ~ Marrakesh Chillout Lounge
- Being With You ~ Bahramji & Mashti ~ Bahramji & Mashti
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Explanation: It is a familiar sight to sky enthusiasts with even a small telescope. There is much more to the Ring Nebula (M57), however, than can be seen through a small telescope. The easily visible central ring is about one light-year across, but this remarkably deep exposure - a collaborative effort combining data from three different large telescopes - explores the looping filaments of glowing gas extending much farther from the nebula's central star. This remarkable composite image includes narrowband hydrogen image, visible light emission, and infrared light emission. Of course, in this well-studied example of a planetary nebula, the glowing material does not come from planets. Instead, the gaseous shroud represents outer layers expelled from a dying, sun-like star. The Ring Nebula is about 2,000 light-years away toward the musical constellation Lyra.