Could you talk more about what you mean by “in-joy-ment”?

In-joy-ment is the active finding of joy in what-is.  I find that an easily accessible doorway to joy of the moment is the appreciation of what-is.  Of course, in order to appreciate what-is, you have to have already allowed and accepted what-is.

As is often the case in nonduality and advaita, I noticed a certain dryness.  Some people into nonduality seem to become aloof…disengaged.  I have come to understand this is one of the traps of nondualism. Continue reading Could you talk more about what you mean by “in-joy-ment”?

What else have you learned through in-joy-ment and appreciation?

As I said in a prior blog post, in-joy-ment is the active finding of joy through appreciation for what-is and whatever is happening.  Appreciation is an easily accessible doorway to finding the joy of the moment.  Also, appreciation…embracing and finding value in what-is…goes beyond tolerance.  In a way, you could say there is no need for tolerance if you appreciate it.

In my experience with in-joy-ment and appreciation, I have also learned that there is no need for forgiveness if you appreciate it.  Also, appreciation opens the way to love.  Or said in another way, there is no love unless there is first appreciation for the person or thing as they are. Continue reading What else have you learned through in-joy-ment and appreciation?