Category Archives: About meditation

Online meditation resumes on Nov. 19

Hi everyone, I was optimistic in thinking that online meditations could continue through the traveling and vagaries of locations during the Autumn meditation retreats. It’s not happening! So, please keep meditating for the world, everyone around you, and yourself. See … Continue reading

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Meditation: awareness-being again

The linkage is straightforward. Become established in tranquility. By nature, tranquility is peaceful. Practice letting tranquility be. Experience its peacefulness and stability. Within that experience are a variety of qualities or attributes. Experience them while letting the labels of such … Continue reading

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Meditation: the field

Slowly, slowly, one’s practice reveals all manner of truths and realities. Sitting, just sitting, reveals for some all the mental, emotional, and ego-centered activity going on inside. Sitting can also reveal that peace and simplicity are already present within. Sitting, … Continue reading

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Meditation: Awareness-Being – and apology

The meditation on Saturday (this one) was as simple as they come. But, that’s the point, isn’t it. Whether from Patanjali or Buddha Shakyamuni or all the lineages that derive from them, the instructions in all levels of meditation are … Continue reading

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Meditation: innate, simple, universal

The quieter one gets mentally and emotionally, the simpler one becomes. This simpleness is, however, more wise and empathetic than the louder types of mental or emotional expression. The more settled one gets, the more pervasive one’s energies become. These … Continue reading

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