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23 May University of Philosophical Research Professor Frager Discusses Outer and Inner Practice



Dr. Robert Frager, from the University of Philosophical Research in Los Angeles, teaches the difference between inner and outer practice and it’s impact on happiness.

The judgmental ego gets in the way of our happiness, wanting more. If you choose to be unhappy, nobody and nothing can stop you. If you choose to be happy, nobody and nothing can stop you.

We uncover our soul “veil by veil.” Our self-love gets in the way of our understanding of our self. We starve ourselves to death from emotional nourishment because of our own interest in ourselves.

Serve other people more but love them through that service. Don’t serve out of a sense of duty but out of a sense of love.

The world is your spiritual friend if it reminds you of the divine. Most people live in a world of “I/It” relationships with others (treating others as objects). A real relationship consists of an I/Thou approach, where we see the divine in everyone that we interact with.

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  • El Soil
    Posted at 10:19h, 23 May

    The problem with Sufism is that you believe in Muhammad. If the hadiths are to be believed then Muhammad was a warlord, ordered torture, broke his promises, had slaves and sex slaves, etc. How can you possibly believe this man is the best example for mankind? I dig everything else about Sufism but this is a major issue. It's a serious question by the way.

  • Mai Cesar
    Posted at 10:19h, 23 May

    ….sublime…..!
    Thanks Prof….you remind me of my mother who used to say similar philosophical wordings to me…

  • tweety PREME
    Posted at 10:19h, 23 May

    n d pretty interesting thing is that the way prof is tryng to reveal his theme by telling a story that 'as long as if an ordinary man is capable of occyping his living dome with chicks, goats, and covz the man will survive under anyone's roof ' for REAL, but this policy doesn't suit in odd circumstances. you'v got it. Cuz brds in common love to break free.

  • tweety PREME
    Posted at 10:19h, 23 May

    ho! it looks as if prof s trayna wolverin to d studnt to get his gift , and wot does this fraud want from prof in return eh? is jus d status of being accepted by his poor bacground -faking hunt a wifi ha)). over chelsea's dead body ha))

  • N M T K
    Posted at 10:19h, 23 May

    I have some info I can give you on Bahi faith.

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