Category Archives: About meditation

Meditation: the obvious and the subtle

One of the by-products of a meditation practice is that both the inner and the outer, the subtle and the obvious, become more apparent, and of course that would be so. If one is focusing on breathing, then the obvious … Continue reading

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Meditation: buddhi 10, simple and true

Here are five steps to establishing a state of concentration that is resonant with buddhi or supports the shift into an absorption that is resonant with buddhi. Whether or not it is actually buddhic would be anyone’s educated guess based … Continue reading

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Meditation: buddhi 9, Absorption

The term samadhi translates as absorption. It is a state of awareness-meditation that is pristine and pure, is dynamic with clarity and luminous transparency, and is simple simplicity. The meditator can experience these in any sensorial way, but all three … Continue reading

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Meditation: buddhi 6: non-dual presence

What are the characteristics of awareness? Awareness is cognizant, perceptive. Awareness is immediate thus present and in the present. Awareness is pure and unmarked by thoughts or beliefs or convictions. Awareness is spacious, unfettered, free (thus free of and free … Continue reading

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Meditation: Buddhi 5 – causes

It has been purposeful to not write much about buddhi thus far in to allow one to experience what he or she does without a predisposed mind. Simply experience, notice what is to be noticed, then understand that some of … Continue reading

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